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408ci/N2O Street beast for sale CHEAP!! 850hp on pump gas!!! Vids and Pics inside!!!

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Old 08-15-2012, 10:33 PM   #1
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Year: 1998
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Price: $13500
Mileage: 140000
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): TX
Color: Red
Transmission: Manual
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive

NITROUS FIXED!!! PRICE REDUCED!!! $13,500.00!

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Ready to jump up a few links on the street food chain? This is the car for you!!! I am going to be paying for a wedding and building a house in the next 6-10 months, so my baby has to go. My loss is your gain. It's got almost $30k worth of parts on it alone. 140k miles on the odometer. Mileage estimates: 20k on the rear end, 10k on the motor/suspension, 2k on the clutch. It's had about 5 10lb bottles run through it, always on a SUPER conservative tune with TR7 plugs.

This car has been 10.6@135 with about 500psi in the bottle (out of an ice chest, into the car) bottoming out the AFR at 9.x:1. It's easily a 9 second car at 140mph+ with the right tires and a warm bottle. Close the cutout and it is barely louder than stock with the SLP cat back. Open it up for beast mode.

$13,500.00 OBO. At this price you can part this car out, put it back to stock, and have cash in your pocket. I would do it myself but I don't have the time!!!


Exterior Modifications ($1950)
· American Racing Torq-Thrust II wheels (17x11 and 17x9.5) $950
· Nitto 555r Drag Radials (ar17) rears with 25% tread $350
· Nitto 555 (275/40/r17) fronts new (100 miles) $300
· Lowered approximately 1.5"
· Chrome Halo headlights $250
· Power antenna (wired to switch) $100
· California Car Cover

Engine ($12050)
· LME (Late Model Enignes) built 408" $9600 (I have all the paperwork)
· Approximately 530-550rwhp (620-650bhp) N/A (never seen a dyno)
· 11.5:1 compression
· Callies H-beam rods
· Wiseco pistons
· Eagle crank
· Trickflow/TEA 225cc heads
· Jesel SS Shaft Rocker Arms
· Smith Brothers custom pushrods
· Patrick G Custom Camshaft (242/246 .620/.620 112LSA) $400
· Ported oil pump
· ARP studs throughout
· Double roller timing chain
· Cometic MLS head gaskets
· ASP underdrive pulley with ARP bolt $250
· FAST 90mm intake manifold (ported) $750
· Nick Williams 90mm TB $400
· K&N filter $50
· SLP lid $100
· MAF delete tube (SD tune)
· Fabricated aluminum valve covers $300
· -10an breather with Stef’s breather tank $100
· Coil pack relocation kit (fabricated) $100
· Approximately 10,000 miles on engine

Exhaust ($1570)
· Kooks 1-7/8" stainless LT headers $800
· Kooks 3" to 4" stainless y-pipe $250
· 4" Dynomax bullet in I pipe $40
· 3" QTP electric cutout (recently installed) $180
· Console switch for cutout
· 4”x3” reducer
· SLP Dual/Dual stainless catback $300

Fuel System ($1670)
· SVO 42# Injectors $300
· Nasty Performance billet fuel rails $150
· Dual Walbro 255lph fuel pumps $250
· Dual 10awg hotwire kits with dual relays wired to alternator $60
· Custom return style fuel system $600
· Dual –6an fuel outputs
· 2x-6an x –8an wye block
· -8an fuel feed line
· Magnafuel –8an filter (cleanable) $100
· Fuelabs regulator (stock feed as return line) $180
· Fuel pressure gauge $30

Nitrous System ($1770)
· NitrousOutlet.com 90mm plate kit $800
· 860 Combination Bottle bracket/heater $200
· NX Bottle Blanket $50
· Nitrous Outlet 4 button ashtray control panel $70
· Functions: arm, 1st gear lockout, heater, purge
· Nitrous Outlet purge kit $100
· Nitrous Outlet aluminum tunnel bottle mount kit $80
· Custom –8an braided blowdown $150
· FJO Mini-progressive nitrous controller (laptop programmable, in glovebox) $200
· Dynotune automatic lean-shutdown switch $120

Suspension/Chassis ($2380)
· HAL QA1 double adjustable front shocks $650
· HAL QA1 single adjustable rear shocks $300
· HAL QA1 300lb front springs $90
· BMR Subframe connectors $180
· BMR Adjustable panhard rod $100
· Spohn fully adjustable control arms (poly/rod end) $215
· Spohn adjustable LCA brackets $80
· Spohn 1" rear swaybar $140
· Spohn swaybar mount $75
· Spohn fully adjustable body-mount torque arm $550

Drivetrain ($6400)
· Moser 12-bolt with 3.73 gears $2500
· Eaton HD posi, 33-spine axles, aluminum girdle cover
· PST 3.5" Aluminum driveshaft w/ 1350 U-joints $400
· Textralia Exo-Skel twin-disk clutch (approximately 2000 miles) $1250
· Pro 5.0 shifter with Hurst **** $200
· Six Speeds Inc. fully built/micronited T-56 with full upgraded internals $1500
· Quicktime steel bellhousing $550
· Drilled/slotted/zinc'd rotors
· Morse Ceramic Pads

Electronics ($840)
· iPod-2-car interface with 2002 Camaro head unit $250
· Dynotune LC-1 wideband w/ square LED guage (lean switch) $270
· Matt Harlan LED shift light $50
· Self tuned with HP tuners, motor tune and nitrous tune to be provided
· Lingenfelter Launch Controller wired to clutch pedal $270

Total Modifications: $28,630

The Issues
· AC system has been removed (compressor, condenser, dryer, lines, bracket), but all parts are here and it can be re-installed
· 3rd gear sometimes complains if you shift it REALLY hard (WOT SHIFT), but it drives around with no problems (every other gear you can cram as hard as you want)
· Paint defects on driver fender, bumper cover, and a few other spots
· Dash pad is cracked
· 2-step’s timing retard function was acting up (stuttering at WOT), so I unplugged the timing retard feature and pulled the timing out of the tune

EDIT: I've gotten a few questions about the transmission, here is my response...
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If you try to WOT shift 3rd gear, it SOMETIMES grinds. It just needs a new 3rd gear syncro (cheap), or don't shift it as hard. I just do not have time to pull it out and jack with it anymore. The rest of the tranny works flawless and it is totally built. It has all upgraded internals (see below). It was built by T56 Rebuilds, name changed to Six Speeds Inc (after lawsuit threats from Tremec) when it was still in business (the former owner works for LMR now). I traded my stocker for it plus $1500 to a former moderator on here back in 2007. He paid $2,250.00 for the rebuild job.

It had 300 miles on it when I purchased it, and I've only put about 10,000 more on since then (when I put the motor in).

This is from the ad that I bought it from...

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T56 rebuilds stage 4 6 speed. Parts are: New 1-2 Slider, New 3-4 Slider, New 5/6 Slider, New Reverse Slider, New Mainshaft, New 1-6 Gears (Depending on Core Condition), Carbon Fiber Synchros, 3-4 Billet Keys, New Mikronite Finishing on 1-4 Gear (Mikronite extends the life of the transmission by more than double), Mikronite Finishing on 1-2 Slider and 3-4 Slider, Steel 3-4 Fork, Bronze Fork Pads 1-4 forks, New Bearing and Labor.....$2250.00 (21 day lead time for Mikronite finishing) $1500 but I need your working 6 speed
Itimized part out list..

Fuel/Nitrous system writeup here...
My nitrous/fuel system! Pics galore!

Exhaust system information here...
3" ORY to 4" I-pipe, Cutout, into SLP Dual/Dual pics!

Me vs. 10.3 second mustang
Jon's Mustang - H/C built 4.6L 3V GT w/ 2.8KB Mammoth + Mickey Thompson ET Street drag radials (735rwhp)
Casey's Camaro (Camera Car) - H/C 408ci LS1 w/ 200 shot + Nitto drag radials(unknown rwhp)

Me vs. R1 (low bottle pressure < 800psi)
Even lower bottle pressure (<600psi). You can see the AFR gauge running 9.x in the video.


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If you try to WOT shift 3rd gear, it SOMETIMES grinds. It just needs a new 3rd gear syncro (cheap), or don't shift it as hard. I just do not have time to pull it out and jack with it anymore. The rest of the tranny works flawless and it is totally built. It has all upgraded internals (see below). It was built by T56 Rebuilds, name changed to Six Speeds Inc (after lawsuit threats from Tremec) when it was still in business (the former owner works for LMR now). I traded my stocker for it plus $1500 to a former moderator on here back in 2007. He paid $2,250.00 for the rebuild job.

It had 300 miles on it when I purchased it, and I've only put about 10,000 more on since then (when I put the motor in).

This is from the ad that I bought it from...

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T56 rebuilds stage 4 6 speed. Parts are: New 1-2 Slider, New 3-4 Slider, New 5/6 Slider, New Reverse Slider, New Mainshaft, New 1-6 Gears (Depending on Core Condition), Carbon Fiber Synchros, 3-4 Billet Keys, New Mikronite Finishing on 1-4 Gear (Mikronite extends the life of the transmission by more than double), Mikronite Finishing on 1-2 Slider and 3-4 Slider, Steel 3-4 Fork, Bronze Fork Pads 1-4 forks, New Bearing and Labor.....$2250.00 (21 day lead time for Mikronite finishing) $1500 but I need your working 6 speed
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