2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS
READY FOR STREET OUTLAWS! BUILT LS3 V8, TH400, OVER $50K SPENT ON BUILD, MEAN!
Whether you are looking for a car to take to the next level and compete with the guys on Street Outlaws or are looking for that perfect summer time street/strip car, this 2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS can take whatever you are ready to throw at it. Already having close to $50,000 invested in the build, this is one mean machine!
Just listen to this engine build! It starts with a brand new LS3 block bored and stroked to a 427ci V8. From there it received a K1 crank, 4.100 stroke, K1 rods with a 6.125 length, Mahle 4.070 flat top pistons, Clevite Calico coated standard rod and main bearings, Melling M295 Oil Pump, LS1 oil pan and pickup, ARP main studs, LS3 CNC then hand finished heads, LS3 rockers with comptruniun kit, LS7 GM performance lifters, BTR .660 lift dual valve spring kit with titanium retainers, BTR Stroker cam, SA gear double timing set, Holley 92mm Hi Ram Intake, Nick Williams 92mm Throttle Body, Fast 36lbs injectors and Holley Valve covers to finish off the look. All of that combines to a documented 490hp at the rear wheels!
With a build like that, you have to have a transmission to gear that is beefed up to handle it, and this Camaro does. Gone is the original tranny and instead you have a built TH400 with a TCI Transbrake reverse valve body, RevMax 4200 stall billet converter and a custom driveshaft. All of that sends the power to a Strange S60 Rear end with All Moser Engineering internals including 35 spline axles, sealed bearings, motive 3.73 posi gear. At the corners, you'll find adjustable QA1 coilover shocks.
As far as the body, the original Camaro hood is included in the sale, although the LS3 with the hi-rise intake means that some fab work would need to be done to the hood to get it to fit. Beyond that, you'll see the custom exhaust and the exit behind the rear tire. Ready for the street or the strip, this is the perfect Camaro to enjoy as is or take to the next level! Call Today!
NEW LS3 BLOCK
Built Turbo 400 with a reverse manual valve body Max Rev 4200 Stall
Strange Engineering Rear end with 35 spline axles
3.73 gear with all Moser internals
Drilled and slotted brake rotors
New Holley LS3 Hi-Ram Intake Manifold kit
ARP Rod Bolts
Ultrabell Bell Housing
UMI Adjustable Panhard bar
BMR Subframe Connectors
BMR F-body A-arms
BMR Tubular K-member
BMR Xtreme Rear Anti-Roll bar
QA1 Rear Coil-over kit
QA1 Front Coil-over kit
Strange Engineering Driveshaft
LINGENFELTER LNC-2000 Launch Control Module
New Champion bead lock rims
Well over $50k invested in build
Stock SS Camaro Hood included in sale.
Receipts that document build
DOES IT WORK?
Air Conditioning NO
Oil PSI Gauge YES
Temperature Gauge YES
Fuel Gauge YES
Tail Lights YES
Brake Lights YES
Reverse Lights NO
Turn Signals YES
Emergency Brake NO
Keys – Ignition, Door & Trunk YES
Runs & Drives YES
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- LS3 V8
- Fuel Specification
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- Body Style
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- Interior Color
- Secondary Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
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