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But he still lost the race. ;)
 

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Can't outrun ugly. Just sayin' :SM145:

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Wow that is gotta be some strong cv joints if the axles just broke in the middle like that. Not to mention alot of power.

Every axle I have broken has been in the bearing race or CV joint, but that was a 400hp SRT-4.:guiness:
 

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Pretty worked over is an understatement...
Cool vid
Quite a mod list - cool that they list it all out. an LS9 platform with enhanced cooling on the blower and some big juice, and then all the stuff to service it and get it to the ground.


Lingenfelter LS9 2010 Camaro SS drag car specifications (as of 21 November 2010)
  • Engine
    • 377 CID/6.2L LS9 engine
      • 8.5:1 compression ratio with forged JE pistons
      • Production GM LS9 crankshaft and titanium connecting rods
      • LPE CNC ported LS9 cylinder heads with OEM titanium intake valves and sodium filled hollow stem exhaust valves
      • Lingenfelter GT9 supercharger camshaft
      • Comp Cams 26918 valve springs
    • GM LS9 Eaton TVS2300 supercharger
    • Lingenfelter custom fabricated double stacked LS9 intercooler upper manifold
    • LS9 Corvette accessory drive
    • LS9 dry sump oiling system with custom front mounted dry sump tank
    • Lingenfelter LS9 14% overdrive damper kit
    • Lingenfelter high-flow LS9 supercharger front cover
      • ported to accept 102 mm throttle body
    • 102 mm billet throttle body
    • Lingenfelter 2.38” supercharger pulley
    • Lingenfelter 160 thermostat
    • American Racing 2” primary headers
  • Two stage dry nitrous system with progressive nitrous controller
    • Lingenfelter RPM-002 switch used as nitrous window switch
    • Accelerator pedal mounted WOT switch for nitrous enable
    • Nitrous solenoid capable of flowing 450 hp of nitrous
  • Lingenfelter Camaro SS twin pump fuel system, mechanical regulator version
    • 20 volt Dual Boost-A-Pump fuel pump voltage booster
    • Vacuum/boost referenced Weldon fuel pressure regulator
  • All fuel supplied to the engine is delivered by the in-tank Lingenfelter twin fuel pump system and the 8 high flow Bosch Motorsports injectors in the LS9 manifold
    • No auxiliary fuel system
  • LPE LNC-003 2-step
    • Programmable clutch switch used to activate 2-step (NO-00-6102)
    • Lingenfelter STOV-001 MPH switch used to deactivate 2-step
  • Lingenfelter RPM-002 switch controlled 7 LED shift light
  • RPS Billet Triple Carbon clutch
  • Prototype Lingenfelter Camaro clutch pedal return kit
  • RPM transmissions prepared TR6060 transmission, stock 2010 Camaro gear sets (stock ratios)
  • Short throw shifter and Momo shift knob
  • Prototype 9.5” billet differential case with 4.10:1 ring and pinion
  • Heavy duty Driveshaft Shop halfshafts
  • Custom driveshaft
  • BMR driveshaft loop
  • GM V6 Camaro brakes front and rear
  • SJM line lock
  • LPE TVS diodes on line lock and nitrous solenoids
  • Open exhaust (custom fabricated exhaust with underbody located turn downs)
  • Lingenfelter adjustable rear trailing arms
  • Lingenfelter adjustable rear tie rods
  • Lingenfelter adjustable rear stabilizer bar end links
  • Pedder’s double adjustable front and rear shocks with drag race springs
  • Hotchkis Chassis Max subframe brace
  • Front sway bar removed
  • Hotchkis rear anti-sway bar
  • Solid subframe bushings
  • Custom fabricated Delrin differential bushings
  • Lingenfelter Camaro SS body package components including:
    • LPE slotted high rise hood
    • LPE rear wing
  • Prototype Lingenfelter Camaro gauge pod with Auto Meter memory boost gauge
  • Kirkey racing seat with custom fabricated seat rails (still functioning power seat)
  • Rear mounted high capacity intercooler reservoir
  • High flow DC brushless intercooler fluid pump
  • Wheels and tires
    • Bogart 16 x 4.5 front wheels with M&H 4.5/27-16 front runner tires
    • CCW 16 x 10 rear wheels with M&H 12.00-16 Racemaster tires with tubes
  • NHRA legal 10 point roll cage, certified to 8.50
  • NHRA legal parachute
  • Racelogic VBox III GPS data logging
  • EFILive V2 Scan & Tune cable for calibration and in vehicle “black box” data logging
  • Roughly 4075 lbs race weight with driver (52.5% front weight bias)
Other notes:
  • VP Motorsports 109 unleaded race fuel
  • Functioning (and stock) radio
  • Functioning (and stock) air conditioning
  • 2400 rpm launch setting on 2-step
  • 1srt stage of nitrous triggered at roughly 4000 rpm in 1st gear
  • Best quarter mile to date:
    • 8.997 seconds at 158.80 mph (21 November 2010 at MIR)
    • 1.384 60’ time (best 60’ to date of 1.377 seconds)
    • Jon Ebert driver
 

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that's quite a list of kit, but impressive nonetheless. it takes more than $ to get a car going that fast.
 

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Wow that is gotta be some strong cv joints if the axles just broke in the middle like that. Not to mention alot of power.

Every axle I have broken has been in the bearing race or CV joint, but that was a 400hp SRT-4.:guiness:
yep been there done that here's my latest passanger side...
 

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that's quite a list of kit, but impressive nonetheless. it takes more than $ to get a car going that fast.

Yeah but it still takes alot of money to go fast.... "Speeds expensive, how fast you wanna go?" :browsmiley:
 

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They also have the advantage of an engine thats basically been on the market twice as long as ours.
 
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