As is well known, Detroit Speed specializes in turning muscle cars into thoroughbred sports cars. In vehicles that can keep up with modern Porsche and McLaren cars on the racetrack, and in some cases even surpass them. And it goes without saying that company founder Kyle Tucker owns his own race car for the track. And that's a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro with a GM LS7-V8 under the long hood. Tuckers has owned the Camaro for about 16 years and the vehicle has built pretty much everything the Detroit Speed catalog has to offer. From the company's own front subframe to the QuadraLink rear suspension and the new chassis, everything is included. In the wheel arches, 18 × 12 inch wide aluminum rims from Forgeline with sticky BF Goodrich tires rotate. And the classic is decelerated appropriately with a Baer disc brake system at the front and rear.
GM 7.0L LS7-V8 Power
But as already indicated, the absolute highlight is under the hood. A GM 7.0L LS7-V8 from the company's Black Label line, built by Mast Motorsports, is at work here. Thanks to the new camshaft and cylinder head from Mast, the crankshaft has an impressive 700 hp. There was also a six-speed manual gearbox with Centerforce clutch, which distributes the power of the engine exclusively to the rear wheels. Other important components are Recaro bucket seats with Schroth belts, an OMP suede steering wheel and a Racepak dashboard. The YouTubers from AutotopiaLA recently visited Tucker at Charlotte Motor Speedway where he drove his 1970 Chevrolet Camaro around the infield road circuit on the famous NASCAR oval for a day. Have fun with the video!
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1970 Chevrolet Camaro with GM 7.0L LS7-V8 Power!
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