“LT5”


Introducing my current project called Camaro LT5. This should be a cool build. Love the GM crate motors. I’m going to lean on this one a bit because I know we can make 900 hp easy. You can follow along on Lateral-G.net.

TECH info by All Chevy Performance

OWNER: Mark Stielow
Milford, Michigan
VEHICLE: 1969 Chevy CamaroEngine

TYPE: Chevrolet LT5
DISPLACEMENT: 376 ci
COMPRESSION RATIO: 9:1
BORE: 4.070 inches
STROKE: 3.622 inches
CYLINDER HEADS: Stock CNC-ported
ROTATING ASSEMBLY: GM LT5 forged crankshaft, Carrillo connecting rods, and Diamond forged pistons
VALVETRAIN: Stock GM LT5
CAMSHAFT: Katech hydraulic roller (0.658/0.660-inch lift, 274/303 deg. duration at 0.050, 120-deg. lobe separation angle)
INDUCTION: LT5 “2650” supercharger, GM-based direct-injection fuel system
ASSEMBLY: Katech
EXHAUST: Hooker BlackHeart 1-7/8-inch headers and BlackHeart 3-inch exhaust system
ANCILLARIES: Holley accessory drive with power steering pump, Earl’s Performance hoses, C&R engine radiator and supercharger heat exchanger, and dry-sump oiling system
OUTPUT: 915 hp at 6,400 rpm, 850 lb-ft at 5,400 rpmDrivetrain

TRANSMISSION: TREMEC Magnum T56 six-speed manual prepared by D&D Performance
REAR AXLE: GearFX 9-inch with limited-slip differential, 3.54 gear ratios, 31-spline axles, Stielow Engineering axle end with C6 Corvette bearings for ABSChassis

FRONT SUSPENSION: Detroit Speed coilover conversion (on Detroit Speed subframe), QA1 double-adjustable dampers, stabilizer bar
REAR SUSPENSION: Detroit Speed QUADRALink with Panhard bar, QA1 adjustable dampers, stabilizer bar
BRAKES: Brembo four-wheel disc; 390mm slotted, two-piece front rotors with six-piston calipers; 340mm slotted, two-piece rear rotors with four-piston calipersWheels & Tires

WHEELS: Finspeed EVO forged aluminum; 18×10.3 front, 18×12 rear
TIRES: BFGoodrich gForce Rival; 275/35R18 front, 335/30R18 rearInterior

UPHOLSTERY: Black loop carpet
SEATS: Recaro with red houndstooth trim
STEERING: 1969 Camaro steering column with MOMO steering wheel
SHIFTER: Custom-made shifter with Michigan Metal Worx boot ring
DASH: Detroit Speed dash insert with custom trim
INSTRUMENTATION: Dakota Digital with Michigan Metal Worx bezel
HVAC: Vintage Air
ROLLCAGE: Four-point, 4130 steelExterior

BODYWORK AND PAINT: Sled Alley (metalwork and fab) and Dutchboys Hotrods (surface prep and paint)
PAINT: Cortina White (Volkswagen)
HOOD: Carbon fiber, vented cowl-induction; designed by Mark Stielow
GRILLE: Stock
BUMPERS: Front Marquez Endura Rear Stock but Shaved and Tucked