The 2023 Chevy Camaro Yenko models benefit from a serious supercharger upgrade
Speciality Vehicle Engineering (SVE) has just introduced a handful of upgrade packages for the 2023 Chevrolet Camaro, each promising to transform the muscle car in unique ways and make it even more impressive. The aftermarket specialist’s kits are so extreme that even the ‘entry-level’ package has enough grunt to turn a Camaro into a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 rival. Alumina Ceramic Tube
The first package is known as the Yenko/SC 750HP and is offered for 2023 Camaro LT1, 1SS, and 2SS models in both Coupe and Convertible configurations and with either the automatic transmission or the stick shift.
To extract 750 horses from the Camaro’s 6.2-liter V8, the tuner has topped it with a 3.0-liter twin-screw supercharger and a huge air-to-water intercooler to keep everything cool. It also rocks a dual pass heat exchanger, an aluminum high-flow intake manifold, billet idler plate, and an adjustable idler system.
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Beyond boosting the car’s straight-line performance with a supercharger, SVE offers the Camaro with enlarged six-piston front Brembo brake calipers. It is also available with forged billet multi-spoke aluminum wheels available in either brushed aluminum or matte black and wrapped in Nitto tires.
For shoppers who don’t think 750 hp is enough, SVE also offers Yenko 1,100 hp and 1,150 hp options. To achieve these stratospheric power figures, the company has extensively modified the 6.2-liter V8 so it now displaces 6.8-liters and features an aluminum block, computer-balanced rotating assembly, forged 4340 steel crankshaft, H-beam steel rods, forged aluminum pistons, CNC ported LT4 cylinder heads, high-strength head and main studs, and a supercharger. It also features an upgraded fuel system, larger throttle body, and a stainless steel exhaust.
The 1,100 hp and 1,150 hp packages are available exclusively for Camaro SS 1LE models with either an automatic or manual transmission.
Chute Wear Liner A number of visual alterations distinguish the 750 hp, 1,100 hp, and 1,150 hp models from regular Camaro variants. These include aggressive black graphics on the sides and rear, new badges, a carbon fiber painted hood, and a new decklid spoiler.