1999 Camaro SS race car ready to go!! Custom built Texas Speed 408 ci stroker with D1SC Procharger supercharger and 50 shot nitrous compucar set up. LQ9 gen III block, Lunati crank , Lunati rods, all ARP hardware throughout. Clevite bearings, Weisco 4.030-32cc pistons with steel top ring, 9:1 compression ratio gapped for boost. Comp Cams custom order cam 227/235 .614/.621. 114+3 LSA, Fast 102 cathedral port intake manifold, Fast fuel rails and manifold gasket kit, Fast 102mm throttle body. closes hex.adjust dual roller timing set. trunnion upgraded LS1 rocker arm package. Dynoed at 650 motor and 750-800 on bottle. Two bottles included. Remote bottle opener and warming blanket, billet bottle bracket.10 point custom moly cage with swing outs, nicely done through dash. Full gauge package including fuel pressure, brake pressure,temp boost, nitrous pressure. Gauge pod and hanging from cage. Moser 12 bolt rear, Eaton posi, 3.73 Motive gears. Long studs on wheels NHRA. Custom wing and front lip,carbon fiber sail panel and cage covers.New Hoosier rear slicks and set of road wheels/tires.Custom drive shaft and hoop. Dual fuel pumps with return 10 AN and 8 AN, subframe connectors SLP, new BMR suspension, Wilwood brakes and rotors front and rear. battery in trunk with cut off switch. Push button start, camera fixed to roll cage. Still AC car, no emissions and will not pass Delaware inspection since too loud and no third brake light. Kooks custom headers and exhaust system. Sparco racing seats with 6 pt harnesses, Sparco removable steering wheel, new RPM T 56 Magnum 6 speed transmission, SFI bell housing, B&M shifter with line lock. Car is immaculate and not raced on new drivetrain. Body perfect hood pins. Light pewter metallic. Original interior included with sale . Serious inquiries only. Over $80,000 invested. Selling for health reasons. Buyer responsible for all transportation arrangements and costs. No warranties written or implied. This is a serious machine and not good on the road. Seller not responsible for improper use of vehicle.
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