Our friends over at Lingenfelter Performance Engineering recently announced their October Super Sale, which covers over 150 features items on their website. Not only do they have the featured items on sale, but every order over $250 gets free – yes, absolutely free – shipping.
Items on sale include a Corsa 2012-13 Camaro ZL1 stainless steel exhaust system, complete with stainless tips, going for the rock-bottom price of $1,399 – $400 off the regular price. It’s in stock and ready to be delivered, to improve your Camaro’s exhaust airflow and sound using Corsa’s patented RSC technology.
How about a set of headers for the 2001-04 LS1/LS6 C5 Corvette from Kooks Custom Headers? These sell for $934.13 and give you a $50 coupon good for a future order in the process.
The headers are built from T-304 stainless steel and include oxygen sensor extensions along with gaskets.
Kooks’ headers are engineered for improved performance and sound, and will give you that extra performance boost you’re looking for.
They’ve also got Brembo cross-drilled Sport Disc Brake Rotors for your 2005-13 C6 Corvette offered up at only $225 for the pair – a great deal for improving braking performance if we ever saw one. They are forged from high-carbon cast iron that’s designed to evacuate heat and refresh the brake pad surfaces to give your pads better bite when the chips are down. The drilled surface also improves wet braking capabilities by wicking the water from the rotor surface.
Lingenfelter is also offering their own CNC-ported, 11.0:1 compression LS3 complete cylinder head assemblies for the super-low price of only $1,225 for the pair!
These cylinder heads are ported in-house on Lingenfelter’s own equipment and will work on 2008-12 6.2L Corvettes and various ’07-’12 L92/L76 6.2L and 6.0L GM trucks.
They offer 275cc intake runners and 93cc exhaust runners and include 2.165-inch hollow-stem intake valves, 1.59-inch Inconel exhaust valves, premium dual valve springs, and lightweight spring retainers. They are designed for a maximum lift of .675-inch and need at least a 4.000-inch bore to operate properly.