Powering the Nickey 427 Stage III Super Camaro is a Carl Wegner Motorsports-prepared GM LS7 aluminum alloy engine which produces 7076 HP @ 6800 RPM and 595 lb/ft. of torque @ 5600 RPM. Internally this modern day big block - 4.125-inch bore and 4.00-inch stroke, - features steel six-bolt main bearing caps, and a Calles forged-steel crank, a set of Howard's connecting rods, and a set of Wegner Motorsports-designed 11.0:1 compression JE pistons. A Nickey design, Competition Cams roller cam is also used. Those Wegner-CNC-ported "specific pattern" LS7 cylinder heads feature 2.20-inch diameter Del West titanium intake, and 1.61-inch diameter Del West titanium exhaust valves along with CHR 1.75-ratio roller rockers, Manley valve springs and keepers, and a set of "Nickey Chicago" CNC valve covers. The composite intake is one of F.A.S.T's soon-to-be-released "LSX" in takes with 90mmj F.A.SD.T. Drive by wire electronic throttle body. The headers and exhaust system are by American Racing Headers.