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92 383 500hp Built right.

Hammer

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Ok, I'm finally putting it up for sale. Here are the details.

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None of the modification are older than a year and a half!

All pictures are from April and May 2005.


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I'm selling my 1992 Highly Modified Corvette, just about everything you can think of has been upgraded. The 383 was built with the intention of spraying a 200 shot of nitrous quite often
(I haven't sprayed it once since the 383 was built, not even on the dyno)


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Motor
Motor built by Race Prep in California See the Receipt
Scat forged rotating assembly, H beam rods, forged crank, and SRP Pistons.
425 rwhp (500 at the crank)
383 ($12-$13k spent on motor alone, have receipts, it's built right, you'll see from the receipt)
AFR 220 heads (flow sheet show ~330 intake 226 exhaust cfm)
Port matched, ported LT4 intake
AFR Rev Kit
Competition Cams 230/245 @ 050” lift is .622/.640 w/1.6 and a 114 lsa
Comp Cams Pro Magnum stainless 1.6 roller rockers
Cloyes timing chain
Meizere HD water pump
Canton oil pan
High rise valve covers.
MSD 6A
42 lb injectors (may be 40, I forget the exact number)
ASM billet 54 mm throttle body (This is a very hot, and expensive piece)
NX nitrous kit, purge, heater, 10lb bottle, all safety systems. Never sprayed on new motor, I never tested it, so I can't say if it works.
High flow fuel pump
Ron Davis radiator with built in oil cooler.
ZR 1 Gauge cluster Includes original cluster.
Includes Original Block, Head and Intake!!!
Photos available of engine buildup upon request.
Programable Harlan shift light & Line lock are plug in and removable.

Rear & Tranny
Dana 44
Completely rebuilt with 4.09's
ZF Doc H Beam Plates - $180
B&M Ripper Shifter (and stock shifter)

Exhaust
TPIS Long tube headers
2 Random Tech High Flow cats (not on car, but comes with it.)
Borla mufflers on now
2nd Exhaust system included: DR Gas X Pipe and straight pipes to the stock LT1 tips.

Computer
DFI 7 ($2,400 with everything below plus install) receipt
LT1 Harness from Fast Track Performance
Nitrous harness, engages a different tune when nitrous is activated!
Wide band o2 sensors

Brakes
Baer Eradispeed rotors (upgraded to ZR1 & Grandsport size)
Ceramix brake pads
Grand sport brake calipers
Stainless steel brake lines
DRM bias ply spring

Suspension
QA1 adjustable shocks - $550
RD Racing Camber Brace - $250
Rims & Tires
AFS ZR1 (Grand sport offset) 5 star rims (315 rear)
Rear 315/35/17
Front 275/45/17
Also includes the original rims with Nitto drag radials on the back.

Factory Options (see original sticker on website)
Dual power seats
Automatic air (just recharged)
Bose system, The driver speaker started going this winter.
Blue removable top (I have two, one has a 3 inch crack in it)
General
NO LEAKS
Door & roof weather stripping is in new condition, about 3 years old.
Hatch weather stripping has just been replaced.
Never painted
Never smoked in
Dual gauge pod.
New floor mats, the carpet is worn down where the heal of your foot rests.
The front left side of the hood has a small crack, the first day I moved into my new house (3 years ago) I was pulling out of my new garage and rubbed against the wall.
The passenger seat has a very small burn in it, from one of those air pump you plug in the cigarette lighter. The one I was using had a small flash light built in, Years ago I left the light on, face down it killed the battery and burned a hole in the seat.
The rear right has a small crack also, backing up out of my driveway one night (old house this time) I didn't see my sister in laws altima next to me (limo tint) and rubbed along her bumper.
The car has only been serviced and tuned by the Vette Doctors since new (even before they were the Vette Doctors).

The car is worth $10k, the mods cost well over $20k, and were only done 18 months ago (about 3,000 miles). I'm looking to sell for $20k, I'm slightly flexible, but I won't give it away. No harm in making me an offer.

If I can't sell it this spring, I will go straight axle, auto, full race motor and make it a track car.

Jim
 

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