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17 Aug 2018
Time has come to move on. Car has been good to me but I think it's time to go the C5 route. I daily drove this a good amount and locally autocrossed 4-5 times a season.

Engine/Drivetrain/Interior:
-TorqHead 24x Ignition conversion
-GM E85 flex fuel sensor (first TorqHead LT1 E85 capable car)
-Racetronix 255lph fuel pump with upgraded wiring harness
-DeatschWerks 50lb injectors
-ATI aluminum 10% UD crank damper

-LUK clutch with Fidanza Aluminum FW
-MGW shifter
-4” CAI on Speed density
-58mm Throttle Body with ported stock intake opening
-Pacesetter LT’s, catless Y pipe, Vibrant 3” muffler
-PSC deflowed PS pump with B&M stacked plate PS cooler and Redline PS fluid
-Griffin universal aluminum radiator with OEM fans
-SLP manual fan switch
-New upper and lower radiator hoses
-160* thermostat
-Meziere electric water pump with LED warning light
-Driven 330mm suede steering wheel and retains horn function (stock wheel + airbag included)
-SpeedHut Revolution series (built in warning light) Oil Pressure/Oil Temp and Water Temp gauges
-Raptor Shift Light in dash (programmable)
-LS1 front brake swap, Brake Motive rotors with HP+ front pads and SS braided lines. Stock rear brakes/pads
-Prothane poly motor mounts
-Eaton TrueTrac differential
-Camaro SS 10 spoke wheels with 275/40/17
-Heater core has been replaced due to small leak
-Heat works, AC removed (still have parts) Power windows/locks all work.
-Cruise control removed (still have parts)
-Interior is in great shape (dash pad is cracked though)
-Aftermarket single din CD player
-MustangDyno Tune at Skaats Precision Motorsports 311hp/340tq

Suspension:
[b]-UMI/AFCO coilovers with Hyperco 850/250 springs
-Suspension Technique 35mm solid front sway bar and end links
-Hellwig 22mm solid 3 way adjustable rear sway bar with custom adjustable end links.
-Fays 2 Watts Link[/b]
-UMI rod end rear LAC’s
-Rear LCA relocation brackets welded
-Sub frame connectors
-Front strut bar
-Unbalanced Engineering Decoupled Torque Arm
-Strano brake master cylinder brace
-SKF Race hubs with Eibach spacers

The “bad”
-Dash is cracked due to sun/heat cycles.
-Rear spoiler is OEM red Z28 one but is vinyl wrapped. Car came with a “whale tale” RK Sport spoiler that was quickly removed. Because of poor spoiler fitment it rubbed the paint off in small areas on rear trunk lid.

Extras
-A custom harness bar with a Corbeau Forza seat, matching Corbeau double slider track and outdated 5 pt harness can go with the car if desired. I only locally autocrossed.
-Stock steering wheel will go with the car
-Spare almost brand new PSC PS pump can go with the car

Comments:
-Flag decals on the sides are only a sticker and can be removed. I hand drew them then had them digitized and cut by a local shop.
-Hood is vinyl wrapped and can be removed. I did it for looks, not to cover up any issue.

Asking $9000 OBO. I bought the car at 50k mi and have done everything listed above. I have an Excel file of all mods with a corresponding date and mileage. Any questions let me know!

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14 Aug 2018
Lloyd Elliott LE2 package
-Ported stock intake with dual 58mm TB openings $200 from LE
-Ported stock heads with new/larger valves, new springs, new seals, new retainers.
-COMP custom cam spec'd by Lloyd
-$1600 from LE

Additonal parts BNIB
-COMP studs COM4506-16
-COMP guide plates COM4835-8
-COMP lifters COM875-16
-COMP 1.6 rockers COM1605-16
-ARP head bolt kit ARP134-3601
-Cloys adjustable timing set CLO9-3157
-.026" Head gaskets MRG5716G
-AC Delco stem vent gaskets
-$850 from Summit

Only parts you need to complete:
-Push rods - after you measure for them
-Header gaskets - or reuse old ones if you can
-WP gaskets

Everything is NEW never installed. Total $2650 as it stands I would let everything go for $2450 shipped OBO (could be less depending on where it gets shipped to. This saves you some money and not waiting on machining time. I prefer to keep this all together as a package first.

I will work on getting pictures up tonight of cam specs etc to a hosting site.
15 May 2018
I'm wondering what some of you may have done for thermal barriers in your cars. I have removed my AC in the name of weight reduction. The AC never worked very well anyways (would need it on HIGH for 15min to even break the heat off of you).

Car is in CAMC and full interior (without back seat) 95 Z28. I like to drive it a lot on the street and the heat is what will be a killer. Heat and interior cabin noise is a recipe for headaches (for me) after only 10min of driving. Plus my wife won't come with me anywhere (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif) and I like her so....I'd like for her not to complain.

SO, I've been looking around and it seems there are either tar-like material that are peel and stick, there are loose mats you lay down with foil backings and there are some you spray down. I'd prefer to avoid the spray on and peel/stick version since that crap gets messy.

Ideally I find some stuff I can put under my carpet that just lays there to help keep heat out.

Anyone have suggestions/products to look into? I assume some of you get hot on the road course.

Peel and Stick: Dynomat-ish products
Spray on: LizardSkin...Eastwood has a version as well
Loose mats: Not sure of the product being used https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFIfnA08--g
14 Oct 2017
Bought lightly used from a member here. Never installed it myself. Comes with all mounting hardware.

Selling for what I paid
$650 plus shipping.
18 Aug 2017
Looking to see if anyone is interested in a Strano/Koni setup.

Just replaced front upper mounts with MOOG units and new mount inserts less than 500 miles on them.

Shocks/springs have roughly 12,500mi on them (I recored dates and miles when I modify the car)

Parts have not been removed yet since I drive the car fairly often.

Located 20min south of Cincy Oh. New from Strano is $1170 without shipping.

Asking $650. Can work something out to meet someone in person to save on shipping. Willing to work with buyer on adding shipping cost.
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Thanks!
Dean
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