“This prototype engine is effectively a stock headed LS1 with four more cylinders and a mild cam,” Matt Corish, one of the engine’s birthers, explained. “As such, it features a very low dynamic compression ratio. We couldn’t be happier with the 717 horsepower it produced, and with the addition of an upgraded intake manifold and an exhaust system, we expect even greater numbers.”
The first engine has already been shipped to the United States, and will find a home in a Chevrolet Camaro built by Quality Custom Rides. The Camaro will make its way to the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, following by a business launch shortly after.
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