Ringbrothers 1969 Chevy Camaro 'Valkyrja' ready to take SEMA to Belgium
890 hp of custom American muscle to rumble the land of chocolate and waffles A Belgian shopper commissioned Ringbrothers to build the Valkyrja, perhaps after seeing the restomodder's work on other Camaros like the 510-hp Razor from 2008 or the 1,000-hp G-Code in 2016. Wegner Motorsports serves up the meat on the dish, in the form of a 416-cubic-inch LS3 V8 assisted by a 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger. Considering the four-figure builds Wegner's known for, the Valkyrja hews to the mild side with 'just' 890 horsepower.
The Ringbrothers turned their hands to another Camaro —and the magnificent result packs 890 horsepower and is headed for a lucky customer in Europe.
It has been outfitted with a 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger that enables the mill to produce 890 hp (664 kW / 902 PS). Ringbrothers didn’t say how fast the Camaro is , but confirmed the Valkyrja has a John’s Industries 9-inch rear end as well as a chassis and suspension from Detroit Speed Engineering.
Break out the earplugs, Belgians—as soon as SEMA wraps up,creation will be stalking the streets of your fair country. As part of its , the ultra-high-end custom and hot rod shop unveiled its newest Camaro creation, and it's soon to be an import to Europe.
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A Belgian shopper commissioned Ringbrothers to build the Valkyrja, perhaps after seeing the restomodder's work on other Camaros . Ringbrothers 1969 Chevy Camaro 'Valkyrja' ready to take SEMA to Belgium . 890 hp of custom American muscle to rumble the land of chocolate and waffles.
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It's called the Valkyrja—an Old Norse translation of "valkyrie"—and despite the open-book nature of Ringbrothers' past projects, we know very little about this build. What we do know is tantalizing, though. A mighty 890 horsepower comes from a Wegner Motorsports 6.8-liter LS3-based V-8, fed by a massive 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger. As is the case with most high-power builds, a heavily modified six-speed Tremec routs the power to the rear wheels through a beefy carbon-fiber driveshaft.
The car also has Baer brakes, HRE wheels, Michelin tires, a Detroit Speed suspension, and a Flowmaster exhaust system, but that's all we know about the mechanicals at this point. Visually, it's more of the same Ringbrothers goodness we've come to expect, incorporating an incredible amount of carbon fiber, milled aluminum, and 3D-printed components. To top it off, it's coated from bumper to bumper in a subtle brownish, greenish paint called TOTOPKG Green. Dig it.
Custom 1969 Chevy Camaro “Tri-Tip” To Be Auctioned Without Reserve During SEMA .
The '69 Camaro that invented Pro-Touring will be up for bids through Hemmings Online Auction without reserve from November 4-13, 2019. Car enthusiasts may recognize this car, a custom 1969 Chevrolet Camaro known as "Tri-Tip". This classic Camaro has also been referred to as "The White One" and the "One Lap of America Camaro". This custom car was built and raced by Mark Stielow, a GM Engineer for over 30 years. This well-known vintage Camaro will be up for auction without reserve through the Hemmings Online Auction from November 4-13, 2019.