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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-28-2010, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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1994 Formula -Turbo! SOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Up for sale is my 1994 Firebird Formula

This car is clean for its age, fast, and runs/drives great. It’s got an LT1 350 with an automatic trans. It’s a rare and desirable hard top car and the body is very straight. It’s a Canadian car so all gauges are metric. I forget exactly how many kilometers are on this car but it’s got the equivalent of under 80k miles on it. The title is clean with no leans.

I bought this car as a rear mounted turbo project car. It comes with a bunch of modifications already installed, tons of spare stock/performance parts, and an almost complete rear mounted turbo kit capable of supporting well over 500whp.

Installed Modifications:
Manual fan switch
Low temp thermostat
Line lock
3:73 gears
Rear end girdle
Traction bars
Aluminum driveshaft
Cold air intake
Throttle body airfoil/coolant line bypass
Under drive crank pulley
A/C delete kit
MSD coil
MSD wires
Flow Master cat back
High flow cat
It’s custom tuned for the current setup and comes with the TunerCat tuning software package and cable.

The car comes with a ton of spare parts:

Turbo system parts:
Full custom exhaust (headers/mid pipe/rear section) for the rear mount turbo setup
Box of 4” mandrel bends for turbo dump pipe
New Holset H1E turbo (capable of flowing 700 lb/minute)
Blow off valve
4” Vband clamp
Roll of black exhaust wrap

The only parts needed to complete the rear mount turbo setup are: oil scavenge pump/lines, cold side charge piping, and a 4” Vband flange.

Uninstalled/Spare Performance Parts:
Accel 48lb injectors
Walbro 255 fuel pump already mounted in modified replacement bucket assembly
Accel 9000 high temp wires
Big aftermarket trans cooler
Extra under drive pulley
Over drive alternator pulley
Spare tubular rear lower control arms
Extra low temp thermostat
Brand new in box high flow high volume oil pump
Trunk mount battery kit
Ported stock throttle body
Grant steering wheel with adapter

Stock replacement parts:
Brand new in box windshield (windshield on the car is fine)
Complete disassembled LT1 350
(block on stand, intake manifold, heads, pistons, rods, crank, cam, everything)
Spare working 4L60E/torque converter
140amp alternator
Valve covers
Mass air flow sensor
Stock crank pulley
Brand new in box Moog tie rod ends
Brand new in box oil pan

3 complete sets of rims/tires:

16x9 Gotti replicas with polished lips. 27x10.5 Micky Thompson ET streets on 2 wheels and brand new Pirelli 245/35/16 tires mounted on the other 2 rims. (2 extra brand new Pirellis are included as well)

15” Weld Skinnies with MT front runners and big rubber on 15x9 Welds in the rear (In pics)

Set of steelies with winter tires (for rollers)

Bad things about the car: it has some checking in the paint, paint on the mirrors is worn, battery is beat from the underdrive pulley but comes with spare battery (and a larger alternator/overdrive pulley for alternator), has typical LT1 oil leak at the back of the intake manifold, back seats are out of a Camaro and don’t match, no trunk carpet/spare/jack.

I’ve been putting this project together for over 2 years and hate to see it go but I’m moving soon and it doesn’t make sense for me to haul it across the country. If you do the math I’m actually selling this car for less than what I have in performance parts for it.

I’m asking SOLD! for everything. I’ll consider trades for all kinds of motorcycles or anything else that’s easier for me to move across the country.

If you're interested PM me your number/email.

Thanks for looking!

Last edited by B4Cya; 04-30-2010 at 07:59 AM.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-30-2010, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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The car is gone! (Traded for a ZX9R) Thanks for all of your interest!
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