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Pics of anything upon request! :D

USED Mickey Thomson 26x10.5.15 ET Radials down to the wear marks: $50 for the set

Lunati 60512 camshaft: $225 PENDING
  • 232/238 .599/.601 113LSA

Big ported 241 heads: $700 plus shipping PENDING
  • comes with flow bench paperwork and receipts
  • flow better than stock 243s and similar to AFR 205s! Find more flow data here: CLICKY
  • 290.4cfm intake
  • 204cfm exhaust
  • Patriot Gold .650 springs, new in June 09
  • New 2.02 1.57 stainless valves in June 09

Kooks 1 7/8 to 2" stepped headers: $800 shipped SOLD
  • very few miles on these $1200+ headers
  • ~1/8" EGT holes have been drilled in 2 primaries and will need to be filled/welded
  • 3.5" collector tube!

Eibach Sportline spring kit with KYB/AGX front adjustable shocks: $250 SOLD
  • This will drop your fbody about 2" total
  • ~5k miles on the setup, no problems at all
  • my loss, your gain!

Flowmaster catback: $75!! Come get this thing outta my sight!

85mm C5Z06 MAF: $75

Stock 78mm MAF: $50

More parts to come soon!
 
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nah..he's converting it to a show-car for this year.
20" wheels, complete sound system, lots of chrome & flames in the engine bay
 

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10sec may be interested in that MAF...
 

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what kind of mufflers are on that flowmaster cat back? measurements on the mufflers like the diameter of the inlet
 
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On the TA, its a classic 1-in 2-out flowmaster. Not sure on the pipe sizes...

I've also got a 70 series truck flowmaster...

and two flowmasters that I took off the GTP with cast alum tips molded onto the outlets.
 

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On the TA, its a classic 1-in 2-out flowmaster. Not sure on the pipe sizes...

I've also got a 70 series truck flowmaster...

and two flowmasters that I took off the GTP with cast alum tips molded onto the outlets.
how much for just the two flow masters from the gtp?
 
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I can find that for ya when I move the TA over to the 2 car side of the garage here in the next few days.
 
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The nitrous isn't up for sale yet... he could use that ;)

He has stock 241s on his car now? If so, these would be a big step up and would save him the cash of buying new .650 springs for his cam upgrade! :D
 

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Those heads would be a nice addition an ls1 gto............
 

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Im not sure about his springs. And yeah, the heads would be dynamite. I think the engine is going to be solid for the time being actually. Maby some suspension and clutch work would be a little more wise :dunno:
 
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Yep, probably right about that!

Nitrous will be up for grabs soon! :hsugh:
 
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Not if its tuned for it... :D

LS motors LOVE spray. You just have to do it RIGHT. Simple precautions and tuning will allow you to spray 150 at a stock motor without issue. Especially with the exhaust opened up like your bro will have soon.
 

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I heard you should get the button installed. Then you can "warm up" the car by pressing the button for a few seconds while in neutral. :hsughwiggle:
 
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Uh, thats what you DONT want to do. LOL
 

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