Three tuners namely Nelson Racing Engines, eGarage and Roadster Shop teamed up some time back and built an astonishing 2,000hp 1969 Camaro. This was possible through the utilization of NRE’s Billet Blackout Series twin-turbo intercooled 572 cubic inch Big Block Chevy crate engine mated to a twin 10.5 inch dual disc clutch and modified viper six-speed transmission.

The power is taken to the ground by a Strange nine-inch rear with nodular case and 35 spline axles. The exhaust system features a full 304 stainless NRE exhaust with x-pipe while the cooling comes from an aluminum dual row dual pass aluminum radiator with twin high output electric fans.

The Camaro has dual fuel injectors per cylinder utilizing “Octane on Demand” while automatically injecting race gas in the secondary injector under boost-only conditions and driving around on 91 octane. The suspension system features Detroit Speed upper and lower arms along with adjustable coil over shocks in the front and adjustable konis in all four corners.

HRE wheels were used together with Drag Radial tires while electrically assisted four wheel disc brakes were installed as part of the braking system. A midnight black theme was fitted on the body while the interior boasts of leather upholstery, 1,000 watts sound system and a vintage air conditioning system.

You can check a video of the 2,000hp Twin Turbo 1969 Camaro by Nelson Racing Engines right here!

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