Montreal-Based ACS Composites Teamed Up With Lingenfelter For SEMA Show

Montreal-Based ACS Composites Teamed Up With Lingenfelter For SEMA Show

Montreal-based ACS Composites teamed up with world-renowned tuner Lingenfelter to build two stunning Corvettes which were on display at the SEMA show earlier this month.

Mechanically speaking both 2014 Chevrolet C7 Corvette Stingrays are the same and both are equipped with a range of RTM and carbon fiber parts to boost performance and style. Both cars have also been through the Lingenfelter mill receiving one heck of an engine upgrade as detailed below.

Lingenfelter C7 Corvette Stingray 378 CID Edelbrock E Force TVS2300 Supercharged LT1 700 Horsepower Engine Package

This engine upgrade gives each C7 700 HP and 665 FT LBS of Torque. When you consider that even the basic Stingray C7 is one heck of a performance car, this is more than enough to excite even the most demanding performance car enthusiast. This is the second level of a range of three packages (the third offers 750 HP!) and it starts with the supercharger, adding CNC ported cylinder heads along with a custom camshaft which combined elevates the LT1 up to 700 horsepower.

The details are as follows:

Edelbrock E-Force TVS2300 intercooled supercharger system
Lingenfelter CNC ported LT1 Cylinder Heads
Lingenfelter dual valve springs, titanium retainers
10 degree locks
Lingenfelter supercharger camshaft by Competition Cams
High Flow Green Air Filter
Lingenfelter badges
Plus a range of other enhancements
The package for this Lingenfelter package comes to just under $15,000 – unsurprising when you consider the quality and sheer power that it offers and a 3 year (36,000 mile) warranty comes as standard.

The ACS contribution is substantial and outlined below:

ACS Zero7 Exposed Carbon Hood 45-8-009
ACS Five1 Front Fascia Grill 45-4-017
ACS Zero7 Side Rockers 45-8-001 and 45-4-001
(Exposed Carbon, and Carbon Flash Paint)
ACS Front Splitter with front wheel deflectors 45-8-005 and 45-4-005
(Exposed Carbon, and Carbon Flash Paint)
ACS Rear quarter inlet on the red Stingray. 45-4-011

Both cars are equipped with a Corsa Performance cat-back exhaust while the wheels were provided by Forgeline Motorsports wrapped in  Continental tires.

Discussion: http://www.montrealracing.com/forums/showthread.php?879744-Lingenfelter-Stingray-C7s-Steal-SEMA-2014

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