Tag: SEMA 2013

2500 hp? Chevy Performance Has It

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Chevrolet has been building crate motors for racers and enthusiasts for over 40 years. But in 2007, they released an engine that truly changed the game: the LSX. What’s so special about it? Well, it can be had with a big-block’s displacement (one of the more popular sizes is the 454) but it only occupies […] More »

  Comments | By - November 12, 2013

SEMA Update: HRE and the Corvette C7

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HRE showed this Corvette Stingray with two sets of beautiful, forged rims, one set on each side. Oh and check out the custom white pearl paint on the car… Chevy: this color should be optional!

  Comments | By - November 7, 2013

SEMA Update: Not all Corvettes are C7s…

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We spotted this super clean 1958 Corvette in Legacy Innovations’ SEMA booth. It began life in red-with-white-coves and had Cragar SS rims when it was brought into Legacy Innovations, a Pennsylvania based builder. The rear fenders had to be replaced, along with the top and Legacy fabricated many custom suspension and frame mods to replace […] More »

  Comments | By - November 7, 2013

SEMA Update: Chatting with Racer Lou Gigliotti about his LG Motorsports C7

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Yesterday, we had the chance to catch up with Mr. Lou Gigliotti for a moment and learn a bit more about the sharp LG Motorsports C7 Corvette Stingray. In case your memory is a bit rusty, Lou is a national racing champion who built LG Motorsports and developed Corvette performance parts based on his track […] More »

  Comments | By - November 6, 2013

SEMA Update: Chevy debuts C7 Pacific Concept

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As a counterpart to the Atlantic conept, Chevy debuted the racing inspired C7 Pacific concept. In particular it is targeted towards the weekend racer that likes to race or blast around California’s mountain roads. Much like the Atlantic, it’s mostly an appearance package. However, the Pacific features Torch Red paint and calipers, the now-usual carbon […] More »

  Comments | By - November 6, 2013

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