2000 Camaro is Stroked, Blown and Available for Sale
ProCharger F1A, a 408-cubic inch LQ9, a Strange rear end and suspension upgrades make one quick Camaro.
If you have been dreaming of a streetable fourth generation Camaro with a monster supercharged engine and the supporting upgrades to use loads of power, but you don’t have the time, abilities or connections to build such a car, you are in luck. While flipping through the most recently-listed cars in the LS1Tech Marketplace, we came across this 2000 Chevrolet Camaro. This ProCharged beast was posted to the forum by “GarzaZ-28” and it is everything that you want in a built fourth gen F-body, packing big power, a built drivetrain and a long list of chassis upgrades.
Most importantly, this Chevy muscle car has a solid price for what should be a street-friendly, nine-second car, listed for $18,000.
When the OP first posted this 2000 Camaro for sale, no background on the car was included, but we do get a length mod list. We have broken the list down for easier reading.
LQ408 eagle. 10,000 miles on motor
F1A procharger (750rwhp on 9 psi)
LS 3 top end ported n polished COMP Trunion
EDELBROCK Victor jr
FAST 102 TB
JMS custom intercooler
JMS custom piping
4 core radiator
FIC 2000 injectors
Raduim external pump 450 triple
JMS custom fuel 450 pump
ATI 8 rib balancer
10000 miles motor
500 miles on procharger set up
Car has lot more HP if you need it .
RPM LVL 6 T56 cryo upgrade. 1000hp rated
Mcleod street twin 1400 hp rated
Strange dana s60. Wavetrac. 35 spline
UMI sub frame welded
UMI Trans mount
UMi torque arm
UMI lower rear control arm
Stock front suspension
Billet specialties F17x 9 R 15×10 single beadlocks
Custom front seats
Dash and pad have cracked, But I have a new replacement to go with
The OP also included a spread of pictures of the car inside, outside and under the hood, and it looks great from every angle.
Nine-Second Street Car
Unfortunately, there is no mention of track times, but with 750 rear wheel horsepower, this Camaro should be capable of running in the nine-second range. Based on the build details it also seems like a car that you could drive on the street without problem, stomping just about everything that foolishly lines up.
If nothing else, the car packs big power and the supporting upgrades to run nine-second quarter miles while also looking wicked, so even if you aren’t a track racer, this 2000 Camaro is surely one hell of a fun street car.