-LS1 and T56 (6-speed) from a 2002 Camaro SS (Stock Internals) (Mounted with JCI conversion parts) about 60k on the engine and tranny
-Complete stainless steel mandrel bent, TIG welded, duel exhaust system with headers, X-pipe and Borla mufflers.
-Performance ECU tune (works with 91 Octane or higher)
-Stand alone engine harness
-Aluminum JTR radiator
-160 degree thermostat
-Black Magic Cooling Fan (Rated at 3,000 cfm)
-Summit Racing fuel cell
-Aeromotive fuel pump
-Aeromotive adjustable fuel regulator
-8AN Braided supply lines from fuel cell to engine
-F.A.S.T. fuel rails
-The entire fuel system is built to handle up to 700hp
-300ZX Twin Turbo LSD differential (3.69 ratio) (Mounted with Modern Motorsports conversion parts)
-Diff was installed with new seals
-Mosler 39 spline half-shafts
-Billet stub axles (cryogenically hardened)
-Eibach progressive rate springs
-Urethane suspension bushings
-New rear wheel bearings
-I have yet to see one of these rear ends break
-Custom done body work
-IMSA style fender flares (molded on)
-IMSA style 3-piece spoiler (molded on) (this spoiler is no longer made and hard to come by).
-Shaved side markers
-Shaved the rear bumper
-Set the exhaust tips in the rear valance (Gibson polished stainless steel tips)
-Corvette style vents (hand built from steel and welded in)
-Custom Rota Wheels built specifically for the 240Z (8 spoke Watanabe style) (17x9.5 for the rear and 17x9 for the front) never installed on the car other than a test fit and still in the boxes: These will fill out the fender flares quiet nicely!
-Hand built fiberglass dash and console
-Autometer Phantom electronic gauges (Speedo, Tach, Oil Pressure, Water Temp, Fuel Level, Voltmeter, Fuel Pressure)
-Aftermarket retractable seatbelts from Motorsport Auto
-Completely PROPERLY re-wired chassis. I am an electronic tech for the military and I personally rewired the entire car using a universal chassis harness as my base. I soldered and heat shrunk EVERY connection and mapped out the entire wire diagram for future reference. I have over 1,000 miles on the car since I rewired it and have had no problems since.
-Receipts for every part purchased
This car is FAST and built very well. I did not skimp on anything. The body is rust free (California car). The only rust is in the driver’s side door; the drain holes in the bottom of the door got clogged up and caused the inside of the door to rust before I got it. The hood should be replaced as well due to some minor damage. All the car needs is a little body work (ie - new seals, new door, primer) to prep for paint and some interior work and this car will be gorgeous. This car put down 300hp and 320ft/lbs trq on the dyno at the wheels at about 5,000 feet altitude and weighs less than a Honda Civic! I put close to $25,000 into this car to do it right and have every receipt to prove it.
I am selling this car because I will be moving to Germany soon and need to part with some of my toys
Many of you have used my write-up on how to install an LS1 into a 240Z so you know it is done right! (http://forums.hybrid...ad.php?t=123533)
If interested, pm me or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I am located in Sierra Vista, AZ (about 45 minutes south of Tucson).
Dyno video: (the writing has been removed from the door, lol)
Lots more pics and videos available upon request.