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Old 07-06-2015   #18
tehehodi
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Re: Project... Im back in the game

Andrew put this in the SB

http://www.corvetteforum.com/forums/...rivetrain.html

Incase it gets closed down for some reason:

2006 Corvette 3LT Black/Black/Black
44.5k Miles on the car
1200 miles on new engine, clutch/flywheel, transmission, and torque tube (just broken in)

Performance
- 427 forged stroked LS3 shortblock (Eagle rods/crank, Mahle pistons, details and receipts available), 11.5:1 cr
- FAST 102 intake
- LS3 heads
- PatrickG Custom grind cam (239/247, .610/.632, 114+2)
- Comp chrome moly 7.425 pushrods
- TEA dual valvesprings w/ ti retainers
- LS7 lifters
- SLP underdrive pulley
- Monster Stage 4 Clutch w/ Lightweight Billet Flywheel and Remote Bleeder
- Built T56 (Doug Rippie Motorsports, details and receipts available)
- Rebuilt torque tube
- Z06 engine oil cooler
- Dewitts heavy duty radiator
- OBX 1 3/4" stainless Headers/Midpipes
- Corsa Sport axleback
- K&N CAI
- Tuned by Carl @ CJ Tunes
- Z06 fuel pump assembly
- 57LB FAST injectors
- Planned to tune for E85, hence the fuel pump upgrade - haven't yet (weather's just getting warm here), but will soon unless buyer prefers otherwise
- Stainless brake lines (Doug Rippie Motorsports)
- Extra set of Hawk pads

Exterior
- IForged TE10 18x9.5, 19x11 wheels
- Nitto Invo 275 front, 305 rear
- 30% tint
- RPI Designs Taillight and Sidemarker blackout kit (can remove if buyer prefers)
- Extra set of 4 C5Z rear wheels w/ Pirelli slicks
- Lowering bolts installed front and rear, lowered a bit
- Transparent roof

Interior
- 3LT (dual zone climate, seat warmers, etc)
- HUD

It was built to be a rock solid daily driver and track day car. The new engine and drivetrain is just broken in, running fantastic. I will have exact dyno numbers soon (very soon if there's interest), but it should be a good bit over 500rwhp and around 500rwtq. I put a lot of time and money into the car, especially this past winter, and was looking forward to enjoying it, but the wife is looking at a career change, and this would facilitate her taking time off to study for a while.
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