2001 Camaro SS is Ready to Buy and Go Racing
Camaro SS has a 410-cubic inch LS-based V8, a beefed-up driveline and drag race-ready suspension bits.
If you have been shopping for a clean LS1 Camaro that has been modified to be a better drag strip machine, this 2001 SS in the LS1Tech Marketplace might be your next dream car. Posted by “ponyhater27”, this car looks like your average Camaro with aftermarket wheels, but the entire drivetrain is built, as is the suspension, so this car will definitely surprise some people at the track.
When the OP posted his clean 2001 Camaro SS for sale, he included a quick rundown on the details, along with a few pictures.
2001 Camaro SS
Pewter, hardtop, cloth interior, does have power windows and locks, no traction control
Clean clear title
410 Cubic inch iron block
Less than 5k on the build
ARP Main studs and head studs
Callies Compstar crank and rods
Racetec Pistons with -3cc Valve relief
AFR 230 V2 heads
247/251 .624/.624 cam
Vengeance ported FAST 102
FAST 57lb injectors
Nick Williams 102 throttle body
Texas speed 1 7/8″ headers, 3″ exhaust with a xpipe and dynomax race bullets.
Monster stage 3 clutch with ARP flywheel and pressure plate bolts, does have a Tick master cylinder on it and a speed bleeder.
Strange 3″ chromoly driveshaft
Midwest Chassis Fabricated 9″ stock length with Moser 31 spline axles, Yukon through bolt aluminum center section with full spool and strange 4.57 gear. Short torque arm setup from MWC. I also have MWC subframe connectors but haven’t put them on it yet. It has 3″ wheel studs all around.
It has Viking coilovers in the front and Comp 3 ways shocks in the rear with the stock spring with 1 full coil cut off.
15″ dark stars with Mickey Thompson tires with only 10 passes on them.
The car was tuned by James Short.
I’m in Lewisport, KY.
We would always like to see more pictures, but we get a shot of the exterior, the undercarriage, the cockpit and the engine bay of this mild-looking Camaro SS.
Ready to Go Racing
Unfortunately, there are no track times mentioned for this Camaro SS, but it is clear that the seller built it to tear down the drag strip. We don’t have power numbers, so we don’t know what kinds of times this car would run, but the built engine, transmission and suspension coupled with the Viking suspension and the sticky rear tires should make for a solid track car.
Click here for a closer look at the for sale thread.