If you have Dodge Demons
roaming your neighborhood, the only logical solution is to bring in an Exorcist
. Clergy and laypeople alike will jump for joy because your Camaro has been blessed by the best. John Hennessey and his team enjoy pushing the limits of automotive engineering.
Staring at the solid foundation of the Camaro ZL1
, your car will arrive in Sealy, Texas with 650 horsepower and torque. From there, the team begins disassembly. After protecting all painted surfaces, the technicians remove the cooling system, intake, supercharger, intercoolers, and the exhaust. The heads are removed and ported by hand to make use of more boost, and a top-secret camshaft is installed. Larger intake valves take orders from upgraded lifters and hardened pushrods. [soliloquy id="115441"] To see what all is involved, HPE uploaded a time-lapse transformation video to Facebook last night. As you can see, the new supercharger requires more cooling capacity. Full-length stainless headers make sure the exhaust doesn't choke the system, and finally, the computer is calibrated to deliver 1,000 reliable horsepower. Like all Hennessey builds, it is backed by a 2-year warranty. Only 100 examples will be produced, and each one has serialized badges along with a dyno sheet attesting to its power. If you are interested, click on the link below and stay with us for all your HPE updates.