Year: 2001 Make: Chevrolet Model: Camaro Price: $10900 Mileage: 85883 Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing Location (State): KY Color: Black Transmission: Manual Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive LS Engine?: Car has LS engine
Since I have purchased a C6, the Camaro must go. Here are the details:
Located in Lexington, KY
2001 Z28 M6, clean/clear title
85,xxx miles on body
1000 miles on engine and clutch
4000 miles on built T56
Forged 347ci built by Late Model Engines (LME) in Houston
Texas Speed Ported 243 heads with dual valve springs, 60cc chambers
Patrick G spec'ed cam 236/242 on a 110LSA
Brand new TSP Y pipe with true merge and brand new Magnaflow catback
FAST fuel rails, full braided lines from tank to rails, all AN fittings
RAM Powergrip HD clutch
Built T56 by 6 Speed Inc.
Pro 5.0 shifter
3.5" 1000hp capable aluminum driveshaft
Stock 10 bolt...3.42 gears
UMI tubular K member
UMI tubular upper and lower control arms
UMI chromoly lower control arms and panhard bar
Midwest Chassis Works chromoly adjustable chassis mount torque arm
Strange rear drag shocks
Front: 18x9.5 deep dish C5 replicas Nitto NT05's
Rear: 18x10.5 deep dish C5 replicas 305 MT DR's
Probably lots of other little stuff that I am forgetting. Car is in very good shape. It's not perfect but most 12 year old cars arent. I have owned it for 6 years and its been garage kept that entire time.
Motor has about 1000 miles on it and roughly 15 track passes. It made 430who on Bluecats dyno and ran a best of 11.78 @ 120 with a pretty terrible 1.9 60' (car did have a 9" at the time but it has been removed).
Price is $10,900. I would entertain reasonable offers, however.
Motor is a 347ci LS6 block (new block for the build)
Callies forged rods and crank
ARP 2000 rod and main bolts
ARP head studs
Wiseco -2cc dish pistons (compression with the 60cc heads is 11.5:1 static and about 8.9:1 dynamic)
Top rings are set up for up to 250 hit of nitrous (motor has never seen the bottle and I dont have nitrous on it)
Fully balanced and blueprinted
Has 42cc Racetronix injectors as well as the racetronic in take fuel pump kit (Walbro 255)
I will post some pics of the suspension tonight. The tubular k member is awesome for working on stuff, lots more room than the stock junk.