View Full Version : 99 M6 Black Trans AM TTOP Not Stock 66k

08-05-2011, 12:13 AM
-Stock except sway bar is removed

- MS4 Cam (239/242, .649"/.609", 111 LSA)
-Comp Cams push rods
-Aftermarket oil pump
-MSD wires
-Air System removed
-Urethane motor mounts
-SLP lid with K&N drop in
-Ported, Polished, Powder coated throttle body
-Ice Cold air conditioning

-1 3/4 inch primary full length stainless steel headers
-3 inch stainless steel ORY witha manual cutout
-After cutout there is a Loudmouth 2 muffler and then a turndown
-Do have rest of Loudmouth exhaust and tips to go out all the way just have to unbolt turn down and bolt on on the rest of the Loudmouth exhaust.

-Complete Monster Clutch Kit Stage 3
-Tick Performance Adjustable Clutch Master Cylinder Kit
-Tick Performance Remote Clutch SPEEDbleeder Line
-GM Style Slave Cylinder (F-Body Type)
-Throwout Bearing
-Pilot Bearing
-Clutch Alignment Tool
-18LB Lightweight Flywheel
-ARP Flywheel & Pressure Plate Bolts
-Tick Transmission Stage 2 Rebuild Parts
-Bronze 1-2 Fork Pads
-Bronze 3-4 Fork Pads
-OEM 5-6 Fork Pads
-OEM Reverse Fork Pads
-Billet 3-4 Synchronizer Keys (with upgraded springs)
-Carbon Fiber Synchronizer (blocker) Rings
-Steel 3-4 Shift Fork
-New 1-2 Synchronizer Assembly
-New 3-4 Synchronizer Assembly
-New Front Seal
-New Rear Seal
-Viper 2nd Gear
-3rd Gear (37 Teeth)
-Input Shaft/4th Gear (26 Spline, 31 Teeth)
-Prothane Transmission Mount

-12 bolt Moser rear end was rebuilt around 3,000 miles ago
-4 channel
-3:73's with a eaton posi
-Stock brakes
-Aluminum rear cover
-LCA relocation brackets
-Still has E-Brake
-33 spline
-PST aluminum drive shaft 1000 HP rated

-Spohn pro series torque arm
-Spohn tubular LCA
-QA1 adjustable coilovers
-TRZ drag bar

-Stock 16 inch trans am rims
-Front 245 wide street tires have around 11,000 miles on them
-Rear under 1000 miles on them 255/50/16 Mickey Thompson Drag Radials

Looks exactly like it does in the video only difference is exhaust is dumped before the 12 bolt. All you would have to do if you wanted the exhaust to come to rear is unbolt turn down and bolt on on the over axle pipe and dual pipes. (Sounds quieter with turn down and saves a few pounds)

-Driver side window motor is toasted
-Typical cracked door panels
-Typical 12 bolt gear whine at around 50 mph don't really hear it at any other speed
-Boot around shifter needs to be replaced

I haven't brought it to the track and don't race it much, but I know people will ask how fast it is. So if I was to guess I would say around a 11.9 to 12.1 at around 115 mph with a 1.5 to 1.6 sixty foot. Would Gain a lot by upgrading the LS1 intake manifold and 853 heads.

Have some stock parts that go along with the car.

$11,000 Jason (608)235-4327 Near Madison WI

08-07-2011, 09:26 AM
Bump for the morning...

08-08-2011, 12:18 AM
To the Top

08-08-2011, 01:17 PM
any trades????

08-09-2011, 10:56 PM
Not right now, but who knows if for some reason I still have it in a couple months...

08-09-2011, 11:24 PM
MS4 is a big cam for a 6 speed, how does it drive?

08-09-2011, 11:59 PM
Drive's perfect now that I have 3:73's. When there were 4:10's in the stock rear end in 6th gear cruisin at 65 it would be around 1600 to 1800 rpm and it liked to buck at those RPM's. Now with the 3:73's its just under 1600 rpms and is fine. It doesn't do it except for right around those couple 100 rpms...

08-10-2011, 01:04 AM
yeah my buddy had a formula with an MS4 6 speed and it was rough, stalled at lights a lot but he ran 11.50s I wanna say with the 6 speed at 118 i think? stock heads, If you were interested in keeping the car a set of any heads flowing at 300cfm or better and a nice tire will make a world of difference on that car. I think you would enjoy it more.

08-10-2011, 07:10 AM
Oh mine has never stalled at a light on me ... Right now it isn't about enjoying it more. You are right about the heads though, it will really make this car a beast.

08-11-2011, 04:58 PM
Up to the top

08-11-2011, 06:21 PM
my cars for sale!! haha bump. i wish i could offload my evo right now and id buy it back

08-14-2011, 09:39 PM
TTT again

08-25-2011, 10:09 PM