600 HP 2000 SS Camaro with the RIGHT Stuff $16,800
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11-07-2014, 08:14 AM #1
600 HP 2000 SS Camaro with the RIGHT Stuff $23,000
2000 Z28 SS Camaro, Artic White, Ebony Interior (Genuine SS, 1-Owner Vehicle)
more pictures located here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/2000-Chevrol...vip=true&rt=nc
OEM Leather Seats, Power Windows, Door Locks, & Driver Seat, OEM T-Tops w/New Shades
OEM 240-Watt RMS 8-Speaker Monsoon Stereo Radio/CD System (front door speakers replaced with OEM new)
Body repainted Apr 2014; AC compressor & Drier, Power Steering Pump & Rack replaced 2014
12,000 miles on motor and 6,000 miles on transmission; functional RAM Air (hood sealed to air box)
MOTOR: ($13,500 new)
600 HP, 408 CID LQ9 custom built by Texas Speed & Performance (Nov 2013)
WiseCo 4.030 -8cc Pistons, Lunati Rods, 24x Lunati Crank
199-AsCast, Precision Race Components cathedral cylinder heads 68cc; 10.7:1
TSP Custom Order Comp Cams: 227/235 .614/.621 on 112LSA (optimal street/strip)
GM LS7 hydraulic lifters; 1.7 ratio GM shaft rocker arms with trunion upgrade
PTM 102mm Throttle Body; Fast Toys 104mm Air Cleaner Lid
FAST 102mm Cathedral-Port Intake Manifold (146302)
TSP 100mm MAF, 2006+ Corvette Z06 GM MAF Sensor
MOTOR ACCESSORIES: ($4,500 new)
2000 Camaro OEM PCM (GM service code 09354896)
Bosch 41.7 lb/hr at 4 bar fuel injectors #0280155811
Kooks Long-Tube headers with Y-pipe, CATs removed
GZ Motorsports LSX Series Sportsman Crankcase Vacuum Pump Kit (sealed crankcase)
(10 to 12 inch Hg vacuum at WOT; increases HP, improves ring seal, eliminates leaks)
Griffin GRI-6-598AE-JXX Aluminum Radiator & Meziere 680-WP319S Electric Water Pump
Racetronix Fuel Pump (255L/Hr integral Walbro pump) with Wiring Harness Upgrade
Solid, Polyurethane Motor Mounts (custom fabrication required)
TRANS & REAR-END: ($10,500 new)
RPM Transmissions built 4L65E Level 5 Transmission with $500 billet output shaft upgrade (June, 2014)
SONNAX SMART TECH INPUT DRUM-SHAFT KIT; Billet output shaft, 19X five-pinion rear planet
Proprietary 6-pinion E-Gear front planetary (close ratio 1st and 2nd gears: 2.84 and 1.56)
B&M ProStick Plus for both Manual & Automatic Shift (custom mounted in OEM center console)
2400 RPM Billet Stall Converter; Custom-Built balanced HD aluminum driveshaft
Dual HD Transmission Coolers in Series (maintain 50 to 25 degrees below Engine temp)
12-Bolt Moser Rear End, 33 spline axles, Detroit True-Trac Diff, 3.73:1 Motive Gears
INSTRUMENTATION: ($2,000 New)
DashDaq OBDII Port real-time monitor & logger
Zeitronix Wide-Band O2 Sensor & Controller (permanent install)
HP Tuners Pro Software & Cables (real-time tuning enabled)
(wide-band reads out on both DashDaq and HP Tuners logger)
0-30 Inches Hg Analog Vacuum Gauge for Crankcase (window-column mounted)
OTHER FEATURES: ($8,500 new)
Wilwood Brakes: 6-piston front & 4-piston rear calipers with 13-inch slotted, vented rotors
Retained OEM 4-channel ABS & Traction Control
OEM 35th Anniversary 17 inch by 9.5 inch Camaro Wheels
SLP "SS Camaro" Ebroidered Floor & Trunk Mats, and SLP "SS" Front Grill
BMR Subframe Connectors, Torque Bar, Transmission Crossmember, Rear Lower Control Arms, Panhard Bar
Xenon HID Low Beam & LED High Beam Headlights
Power Master High Performance Starter
Bilstein Shocks and Struts
REPLACED WITH NEW PARTS: (OEM when available)
Front seat covers, seat belts, center console, tee-top shades, windshield, sun visors, dash & top dash panel, thottle position
sensor, idle air control motor, front headlight and foglight assemblies, rear spoiler brake light, front air dam panel, starter,
alternator, flexplate, window-tinting, front door speakers, front wheel hubs, heater blower motor & resistor, & trim items.
SPARE PARTS INCLUDED: ($2,800 cost)
New OEM leather steering wheel (rare), 4 new reproduction 35th anniversary wheels (identical to those on the car), 4 OEM 35th Anniversary wheel center caps, used complete dash assembly (excellent shape, no cracks) from Hawks 3rd Generation, complete set of new OEM electrical window, side mirror and door lock switches and switch covers, new OEM center console top panel and console lid-arm rest, new front air dam panel/spoiler, used Monsoon CD/radio player, new OEM rear view mirror, AC/heater vents including center vents and trim panel, electric latch for rear hatch, new OEM rear SS spoiler brake light, used dash glove box door, and various other interior parts and trim items.
Motor, transmission, rear-end, cooling systems, brakes, steering, sound system, AC & heat, and all other components perform flawlessly. Guarantee no defects in parts & workmanship and absolutely no oil, transmission or other fluid leaks; body & interior are immaculate. Documentation for motor, transmission, rear-end & gears, paint, performance and replacement parts provided to buyer with car.
I have over $40,000 invested in this vehicle, in addition to the original $30,000 purchase price February, 2000
Includes high quality, urethane-coated polyester SLP car cover (SLP 08960); used when car put in storage each winter.
Tilt mechanism in steering column has been rebuilt with new OEM parts. Switches in steering column and turn-signal
lever have been replaced with new OEM.
Just FYI, this car is tuned as well as a factory car from GM; it will start up in cold weather, no matter how cold, and hot weather with just the turn of the key. I have spent nearly a year (since the new motor was installed) tuning starting air, base running airflow, base spark tables (park and in gear), idle RPM verses ECT, and PID idle adapt settings to dial them in perfectly for all combinations of ambient air and engine coolant temperatures. Power Enrichment (PE) is set at 12.8 AFR and volumetric efficiencies (VE) have been dialed in with precision. There is absolutely nothing to do to this vehicle other than to climb in and drive.
Will consider selling for $20,000 without the spare parts and without the HP Tuners software and cables if
the 2012 Dodge Challenger I want is still for sale.
Last edited by sscamaro2000; 11-20-2014 at 05:00 PM.
11-07-2014, 01:11 PM #2
- Join Date
- Oct 2008
- Wherever life takes me
- 02 35th LE Camaro SS
Willing to sell just the 35th LE wheels? Also, willing to separate them not buying all (4)?
11-13-2014, 07:22 AM #3
No sir because I will use them myself if the car does not sell.
11-13-2014, 08:18 AM #4
- Join Date
- Oct 2008
- Wherever life takes me
- 02 35th LE Camaro SS
I figured, but thought I'd ask anyway. GLWS!It's stock.
11-14-2014, 09:19 PM #5
- Join Date
- Mar 2006
- 04 2500 4x4 crew cab
11-15-2014, 05:04 AM #6
Good looking car! GLWS. Seems like a more than fair asking price for what seems to be a mostly complete new car.1998 Pontiac TA, stock heads, FAST 90, FAST 90 TB, FLP LT, off road y-pipe with cat delete, flow master muffler, comp cams 54-457-11 223/231-610/617-112 LSA, Pro charger D1SC with FMIC @ 8psi, FROST tune, VIG 3200 stall, built 4l60e, snow meth kit, MOSER 12 bolt 373 gears, Derale 13900 trans cooler.
11-20-2014, 04:50 PM #7
I have ordered some new staggered chrome ZR1 replica wheels and the rears will be 11 inches wide so that I can fit 315/35/17 tires on the rear of the car.
The front rims will be 9.5 inches wide.
Now that I no longer need spare 35th Anniversary reproduction wheels, I will sell the four as a set for $600 plus shipping.
I will sell the four OEM center caps for the 35th Anniversary wheels as a set for $200 which includes shipping. I know this is lot to pay for these, however they are very difficult to find.
Anyone who really needs these and believes I'm asking too much, please let me know what you would be willing to pay and I will check around and see if I'm really asking too much, and if so lower my price.
Last edited by sscamaro2000; 11-20-2014 at 05:04 PM.
11-20-2014, 04:59 PM #8
I edited the for sale post to add more information about the car, and I stated I will consider taking $20K for the car without the spare parts and without HP tuners.
Now that I am putting brand new rims and Mickey Thompson Street Comp tires on the car this is really a great deal. The rims are Detroit Wheels chrome ZR1 Corvette 17 inch diameter, 11 inch wide rear, 9.5 inch wide front. Total cost of new wheels and tires ran a little over $1,600 if you add in cost of chrome lug nuts.
Last edited by sscamaro2000; 11-20-2014 at 05:05 PM.
11-22-2014, 04:39 AM #9
I personally LOVE the way a white car looks with the chrome ZR1 wheels, but its really just a personal preference. Not a big fan of what seems to be the on going most recent trend of black wheels on everything.
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