Tag: Lingenfelter

Lingenfelter’s Chief Engineer to Speak at Corvette Museum’s C4/ZR-1 Gathering

Enthusiasts at the 2013 Corvette Museum C4 ZR1 gathering that starts today and runs through Sunday in Bowling Green, Kentucky will have a chance to see and hear inside information about their cars. Lingenfelter Performance Engineering’s Chief Engineer, Graham Behan, will make two presentations during the annual event. The first will feature John Lingenfelter and

  Comments | By - May 16, 2013

Ken Lingenfelter: Interview Exclusive

Over 40 years ago a talented gearhead and gifted driver by the name of John Lingenfelter founded Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. He saw a need for quality, reliable, go-fast parts and performance cars. John rose to the challenge and created a company that would one day achieve legendary status.

  Comments | By - May 10, 2013

Lingenfelter: Corvette’s New LT1 Engine Will Challenge Tuners

Tuners have had a field day with the LS family of V8 engines from General Motors, improving their performance levels to pull upwards of an amazing 1,000-hp from them in some cases. Now that the LT1 motor has upped the ante to at least 450-hp in the base Stingray for the 2014 model year, tuners

  Comments | By - February 20, 2013

Don’t Forget Dad: Corvette Forum’s Father’s Day Gift Guide!

Father’s Day is June 17th, and if you’re like most guys, you haven’t even thought about it. But not to fear! We’ve assembled a great list of gifts for the Vette-loving Dad. From a battery charger to keep his toys ready to rock, to a ferocious supercharger, to a book that’ll make him love his […] More »

  Comments | By - June 7, 2012

Lingenfelter ZR1 Goes Ferrari Hunting

How do you think a stock Ferrari 458 Italia would fare against three other supercars? Well, the Russian website Drag Times Info recently decided to find out by running the Ferrari in a mile drag race against an Audi RS6 Evotech Stage 2 Gran Turismo, a Nissan GT-R MK.1 AMS Stage 1, and a Corvette

  Comments | By - February 24, 2012

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