636HP Camaro Z/28 by Hennessey Performance

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The most track-focused muscle car in the American auto industry, Camaro Z/28 was designed to tear up tracks like Nürburgring where it crosses the finish line in just 7:37.47. This Chevy is already a force to be reckoned with, but now with the help of the new Hennessey Performance HPE600 upgrade it becomes simply a beast.
The team at Hennessey Performance focused mainly on the 7.0 naturally-aspirated V8 engine. They upgraded the internals with ported cylinder heads, new valvetrain parts, custom HPE camshafts, and a Redline Water Weter. The backpressure is optimized with the help of a set of stainless steel longtube headers.

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After the Hennessey HPE600 performance upgrade the Camaro throws down an impressive 636 bhp at 7,000 rpm, that is an 131 horsepower increase from the stock model. Increased power coupled with a downforce-inducing aerodynamic kit, 300 lbs. of wieght reduction, Brembo brakes, and some other mods make the HPE600 Camaro z/28 a powerhouse on the racetrack.

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In order to keep it special untill the end the guys from Hennessey also gave the car a set of premium foor mats, carbon fiber door sills, exterior badging and serial numbered dashboard and engine plaques.

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Below you can read the full contents of the HPE600 Performance Upgrade:
-Ported Cylinder Heads
-Upgraded Valvetrain Parts
-Custom HPE Camshaft
-Stainless Steel Longtube Headers
-Redline Water Weter
-Professional Installation
-HPE Engine Management Calibration
-Dyno Tuning & Road Testing
-Hennessey Premium Floormats
-Hennessey Carbon Fiber Door Sills
-Serial-Numbered Dash & Engine Plaques
-Hennessey Exterior Badging
-3 Year / 36,000 Mile Limited Warranty

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