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98 Z28 Camaro
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03-16-2011, 10:16 AM #1
- Join Date
- Jun 2010
- Denton, TX
- 1998 Z28 Camaro
98 Z28 Camaro
Mostly I am selling the engine, the car just comes with it.
The car is 160000 miles. The engine is brand new with 3000 miles at most.
The car you can see from the pics. It has no rear seat, no carpet, I ripped them out to replace, but never got around to finishing it. The dash is a cracked also.
I have a new RAM clutch for since the old one is slipping since the engine makes so much more power now. Has BMR suspension rear and subframe connectors. And BMR springs for a lower feel, 1 inch. Has a cowl hood aftermarket by VFN.
Corvette Rims, see pics. 17x11 rears, 17x9.5 front - black
Transmission was replaced at 65k miles, so it is newer than rest of car.
Now for the motor. THe motor was built by Golen. http://www.golenengineservice.com/
It was crated to me and installed locally.
The engine is
402 cid / estimated @580HP at flywheel
Block: GM LS2 Aluminum Block
Cam: Comp cams Hyd Roller
Intake – 236 degrees @ .050”
Exhaust – 244 degrees @ .050”
Intake - .602”
Exhaust - .610”
Lobe Separation - 112 degrees
Heads: L92 GM Heads
Aluminum, Bowl Ported, 3 angle performance valve job, 64cc Combustion Chambers
Manley Stainless Steel 2.19”
Manley Stainless Steel 1.59”
Intake: L76 GM Intake
Throttle Body: Nick Williams 92mm
Fuel Injectors: Delphi/lucas 42 lb/hr high-impedence
Exhaust: QTP Long Tube Headers w/ off road y-pipe (no cats)
currently the starter died and I just decided that I do not want a project car, which is bad timing since I just spent a fortune on the new engine! but I want a bike, so if anyone wants a great engine making 500 rear wheel horse power, all cam then take this car off my hands.
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