Ever since the muscle car debuted back in 1967, the Chevrolet Camaro has been used as the basis for a great many drag-racing builds. While you’re likely to see at least a few Camaros out at the local drag strip, we can promise that you have never experienced one quite like this. Borowski Race Engines have just created what could be the most powerful LS-powered Chevy Camaro out there, with damn near 3,000 horsepower.
Well, technically this 427-cubic-inch LSX motor is only pumping out 2,740 horsepower at its rear wheels. For those of you keeping score at home, that is 1,900 more horsepower that the Dodge Demon’s supercharged Hemi produces. In order to achieve this feat, the Joliet, Illinois-based team at Borowski Race Engines started with a water-jacketed Dart LS Next2 block and topped it with All Pro heads. Then, a pair of massive 83-millimeter Bullseye Power turbos feed the motor with a whopping 44 lbs of boost. We don’t have many more details about the build, but we do have a video clip of it making a dyno pull, via The Drive.
Before anyone cries foul, it is damn near impossible to test a car of this level on a standard rolling dyno. That is why Borowski Race Engines had to bolt this Camaro up to a hub dyno, which the muscle damn near flies off of due to the amount of power. When was the last time you saw a car lift up like that from the force of its own engine?
While we cannot confirm whether or not this is the most powerful LS-powered Camaro out there, it might very well be in the running for the most powerful LS-engine in existence. What we do know is that we cannot wait to see this muscle car dip deep into the single digits out on the drag strip. Good on the team over at Borowski Race Engines for making this monster.