That thing sounds badazz!! Your jeep pulled nicely though! how fast did you get up to?
It would take a hell of a lot more than a tune to run down that Vette, or any Vette for that matter. But tunes should be ready by 2015.Cant wait for an aftermarket and tuning for WK2 SRTs, then its back to dusting everything on the road!
Well that my be the case but they do sell several bolt ons for his car. LPE CAI, LPE programming, Headers, Exhaust, Thermostat and Flywheel. I realize some of those are not LPE brand products but he purchased those items from LPE. That is the info that I got from my friend anyway, but maybe he is wrong about what he bought and who he bought it from?Lingenfelter doesnt do "just bolt ons" h&c is minimum. Blower is next as far as "bolt ins" go.
Wonder how you would know so much about them Lingenfelter cars.Buying parts from Lingenfelter doesn't make it a Lingenfelter Corvette. A Lingenfelter Corvette has a package that is installed and tuned is at Lingenfelter. Alot of people have tried to pass off bogus cars as Lingenfelter built cars just because they bought some parts from them. That's why you can't buy Lingenfelter badges. They only come on cars that are built by them. A true Lingenfelter built car has a higher retail value then a standard Corvette and that's usually why guys try to pass them off as Lingenfelter built cars.
Im not trying to be a dick. Its just a little misleading since there is a level of performance that is expected from a Lingenfelter built car. I don't say I have an Edelbrock 68 Coronet because I have an Edelbrock Carb on it. Or a Foose car because I bought his wheels. Its a 68 Coronet with mods.