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Modifications (Interior & Exterior): Z06 Rear Quarter Panels, custom Strasse Forged rims with new tires and TPMS sensors, K40 Calibre Radar detector with front and rear scramblers, JL Audio subwoofer in Stealthbox, Rockford Fosgate Amp, Custom A-Pillar dual gauge pod with Defi Boost and Fuel Pressure Gauges, Defi-Link Control Unit II (located in Glove Box), 20% window tint. ZR1 Carbon fiber splitter, side skirts, and spoiler. Also installed black out kit for all the lights.
Modifications (Engine Specific): Cylinders finished at 4.007", Callies Crank (magnafluxed and polished with Clevite H Main and rod bearings), Custom Diamond Racing Pistons with a 1/16 ,1/16 , and 3/16 ring pack, and a set of blower wrist pins. Piston to wall clearance set at .004. Custom set of Total Seal Zero gap rings installed with .028 on the top ring, and .022 on the second ring. Oliver rods, Lingenfelter Cam, Mellings High Volume oil pump.
I bought this car with a Lingenfelter 403, and recently upgraded to the 406 . The 403 was good for maybe 12lbs of boost where the 406 is good for 25psi. I've only ever had the 4" pulley that's on the car now and it makes approximately 12psi.
Everything ever done to this car was absolutely top notch and to perfection. $43k obo (757) 302-3220
This car is listed as obo, but I don't really need to sell it. All offers considered, but please no low ballers or tire kickers.
Last edited by ultraspeed; 07-08-2012 at 05:42 PM.
It's over 700. I do not have a dyno sheet. I am with holding information, and was going to share if anyone contacted me being serious, but I will share it now with everyone. When the new motor got done I took it to ED to get the tune done(he did the previous tune before the 406 got put in). During the tuning process at around 5200, the injectors are running out of fuel at 88% due to the map sensor. The original plan(which is still in effect) was to get some ID850's new map sensor and lower the pully to a 3.5 and retune it. I was just saving up some coin before I did it because I didn't want to put it on a credit card. He assured me that the car is fine to drive and to not take it above 5200rpm, which i complied with 100%. I have spoken to ED recently and we are going to get that straighten out now that I have the spare cash for it. Ultimatly I was going to give the customer the choice if i was unable to get it done before anyone was serious, that I get it straight before delivery or I would knock the amount of money off the car and they can take it and get there own mechanic and tuner that they prefered.
I spoke to ED today and the plan he wants to do is get it straight on monday. I have to get my schedule straight since next week I have to go on leave to attend a wedding for my sister in law. But I remember him telling me the car made over 700 and his exact words were this thing is making tons of power. I didn't care to ask for a dyno sheet because it wasn't the final numbers. I am not a snake or trying to rip someone of there hard earned money. Lord knows i had to bust my *** and do multiple deployments to the middle east before I was able to get all this done. Ed is on the forum and I am sure if I asked he would come in here and confirm all this. Any questions please feel free to ask and i will do my best to answer it.