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    Smile my new 97 camaro ss pretty quick!!!

    Prestine 1997 Camaro SS. Car has all SLP documentation in owners manual supplement, door jams etc. Car has been garage kept its entire life. Paint is flawless (with the exception of some rock chips and a small area on front bumper (under license plate frame)), it doesn’t even look like its over 10 years old. Silver stripes are custom painted using a matte finish. Interior is in perfect shape, no cuts tears or rips in any of the seats. The back seats have probably seen use once or twice in their lifetime. Engine is a custom 391 cu in LT1 built by Midwest Engine Tech in IL and installed and tuned by FLP in Naperville IL. On Midwest Engine Tech’s Dyno, the engine made 500.5 hp and a nice flat torque curve with a max 460.9 ft/lbs of torque. Attached is the dyno chart from Midwest Engine Tech. Car also chassis dyno’d 410hp/400tq N/A and 518hp/558tq on the 100 shot and 600hp/583tq on a 200 shot. Car has never been raced or even seen the track. It made the trip on Power Tour with zero hitches. This car fires up and drives like stock. Any questions please feel free to ask. Thanks.

    1997 Camaro
    Chassis Miles: 70,126
    Engine Miles: 8,000
    Engine:
    Displacement: 391 ci LT1 (4.01 bore x 3.875 stroke)
    Block: GM with the following machining operations performed – Bore and hone w/ torque plate, splayed 4 bolt conversion, line hone, deck block, new freeze and oil plugs, and new cam bearings installation.
    Main Caps: Splayed billet 4 bolt main caps
    Crankshaft: Eagle Forged 3.875” stroke
    Rods: Eagle forged H-beam
    Pistons: JE custom forged
    Heads: AFR LT4 210cc Race Ready – Hand finished (see attached picture for flow data)
    Camshaft: Custom Hydraulic Roller Comp Cams (specs @ .050: 244/250 .611/.577 112+4)
    Springs: Comp Cams 987-16
    Rockers: Comp Magnum Roller Rockers
    Timing Chain: Cloyes double roller
    Additional valvetrain parts: AFR Hydra-Rev kit
    Intake: LT4 portmatched to AFR heads
    Throttle Body: Holley 58mm matched to Intake
    Ignition: New GM Opti-Spark, MSD Digital 6 box, MSD custom length wires, NGK plugs
    Oiling: Canton baffled oil pan, Melling HV pump and pick up
    Cooling: New GM water pump, New GM hoses throughout
    A/C: New GM compressor, New GM seals and gaskets, Freshly recharged
    Nitrous: Single nozzle jetted for 150 shot w/ progressive controller
    Injectors: 42lb/hr Racetronix injectors
    Fuel Pump: 255lph Racetronix intank pump
    Fuel System: Custom -8AN hose w/ front mount adjustable fuel pressure regulator and modified fuel rails
    Exhaust: Hooker long tube headers, custom y-pipe, Magnaflow catback
    Intake: Moroso CAI, Trick Flow elbow
    Valve Covers: Canton Fabbed Aluminum
    Alternator: New GM
    Driveline:
    Transmission: Rockland Standard Gear T-56 six speed manual
    Clutch: Center Force Dual Friction
    Flywheel: Billet Steel
    Fasteners: ARP
    Driveshaft: Inland Empire nitrous ready
    Rear End: GM 10 bolt w/ 4.11 gears
    Wheels/Tires:
    Front: SS 17x9.5 w/ Futura tires
    Rear: SS 17x11 w/ 315/35R-17 Nitto Drag Radials
    Panhard Bar: BMR Double Adjustable
    Subframe Connectors: SLP
    Stereo:
    Head Unit: Eclipse CD player
    Sub: Xtant mounted in cubby hole
    Amplifiers: Xtant x2
    Speakers: Boston Accoustics
    Gauges:
    Tach/shiftlight: Stewart Warner 2 1/16 mounted in pillar
    Fuel Pressure: Autometer carbon fiber 2 1/16 mounted in pillar
    Nitrous Pressure: Autometer carbon fiber 2 1/16 mounted in pillar













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    Long Live the F-Body !

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    Wink

    Those heads are the ticket.

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    nice......

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    Very nice ... I put a set of AFR heads on a tubbed 71 Camaro I had ... really woke it up.

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    Sweet car. I love body style and it looks real clean. Just no leather interior...I just dont get that.

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    Nice 4th Gen SS bud. Have a full custom one myself.










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    Cool

    Damn,,,,,you destroyed that mutha phuca. You lost me at,,,hello.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOSS View Post
    Damn,,,,,you destroyed that mutha phuca. You lost me at,,,hello.
    +1

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    Nice clean LT-1 SS, very nice laundry list of mods too Car should be good for mid-high 11's on nuts and go well into the 10's on the sauce. I had a heads/cam 1996 Grandsport vette that went [email protected] on motor and [email protected] on a 150 shot (on a drag radial).

    Congrats on your new ride

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