The present-generation Chevrolet Blazer would not have the off-road functionality of its predecessors, so Lingenfelter Efficiency Engineering determined to give attention to horsepower when it got here to tuning the car. The Normal Motors-centric tuner is now providing a supercharger equipment that ought to make this Blazer actually blaze.
First noticed by Muscle Cars & Trucks, the package deal provides an Edelbrock TVS1740 supercharger to the inventory 3.6-liter V-6 engine. Specs have not been finalized, however the blower is anticipated to spice up output by 40% over the inventory 308 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque. That equates to round 431 hp and 378 lb-ft.
Lingenfelter launched images displaying some refined visible modifications, together with stripes and “supercharged” lettering on the hood, however total the modified Blazer appears to be like principally inventory.
Lingenfelter supercharged Chevrolet Blazer
The corporate hasn’t mentioned any upgrades past the supercharger and graphics package deal, however suspension and brake upgrades look like a good suggestion to deal with the additional energy.
Pricing data hasn’t been launched both, however Muscle Automobiles & Vans famous that Lingenfelter gives an identical equipment for the Chevrolet Colorado (which makes use of the identical V-6 engine), priced from $5,550 for the standalone equipment, or $6,995 with set up and dyno testing.
Lingenfelter may even shoehorn a 6.2-liter LT4 V-8 into the Colorado’s engine bay. Usually discovered within the Camaro ZL1 (and the discontinued C7 Corvette Z06 and Cadillac CTS-V), the supercharged LT4 develops 650 hp from the manufacturing facility, however Lingenfelter can improve it to 720 hp with an non-compulsory pulley equipment. That swap can be way more tough within the Blazer, due to its transverse engine format, however we are able to dream, proper?
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