Nelson Racing Engines gives 1969 Chevy Camaro a crazy 2,000 hp

Nelson Racing Engines teamed up with Roadster Shop and eGarage to create one of the most impressive custom tuning packages we’ve seen yet.

The subject of this project is a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro who’s engine has been replaced with an NRE Billet Blackout Series twin-turbo intercooled 572 cubic inch Big Block Chevy crate engine. A 6-speed transmission and twin 10.5-inch dual disc clutch has been mated to the motor.

Helping to kick out its jaw-dropping 2,000hp is a Strange 9-inch rear with nodular case and 35 spline axels. Other mods include an aluminum dual-row dual-pass radiator with twin high output electric fans, dual-fule injectors for each cylinder with “octane on demand” that automatically pushes in racing fuel when boost is engaged and a 304 stainless NRE exhaust with and x-pipe.

Sticking it to the pavement is a set of Drag Radial tires that surround a set of HRE wheels. Electrically-assisted four wheel disc brakes have been added, as well.

Hit the jump to check out the video of this tough-to-top tuning package.

By: Alexandra Koken

Source: WorldCarFans