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Old 03-13-2011, 01:00 PM   #1
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Default New LT1 ignition parts and LH intake elbow

I have for sale a few LT1 parts, very low miles and excellent condition. Parts are a little dusty from sitting in garage, but all pictures are high resolution so you can zoom in really close to inspect them. All years/models are based off of the Advance Auto website, please double check before you buy.

Ignition coil (less than 2500 miles) 93-97 camaro/firebird; 92-96 Corvette; 94-97 Caprice/Roadmaster/Fleetwood Brougham : Paid $27, looking for $20 plus shipping

ignition control module (less than 2500 miles) 94/95 Camaro/Firebird; 95 vette; 94/95 Caprice/Roadmaster/Fleetwood Brougham CDE44P (pictured): Paid $91, looking for $75 plus shipping

ignition control module (less than 3000 miles) 93 Camaro/Firebird; 92-94 Corvette CBE30P: Paid $113, looking for $90 plus shipping

LT1 ignition module/coil plate with heat sink : Looking for $25 plus shipping

Will do 92/93 complete 3 piece combo for $110 plus shipping, and a 94-97 complete 3 piece combo for $100 plus shipping

85-97 TPI/LT1 intake elbow for driver side applications $15 plus shipping






Did LT1 swap in my car...had an erratic tach, was recommended a new ICM, bought a 93 because that's what the motor was, didn't think twice about it being different because my engine was wired for '94/95. Maintained same problem, so later I tried a new 94/95 module, again to no avail. Finally pulled my dash and tried cluster in buddies car, and everything works perfectly, so tach was fine the entire time . Soon after discovering that, almost got stuck 400 miles away from home due to opti failure , but I made it home, and parked the car while a LTCC kit was acquired. So now running LS1 coils and have no need for this coil/ICMs anymore.

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Old 03-22-2011, 08:52 PM   #2
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Any interest? TTT
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I may be interested in the elbow.
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need an exact zip code if interested in shipping. I have one other person interested, but you messaged me first, so you get first dibs. Anything else, if my prices are absurd, throw me a bone, lets see if we can do something. Thanks.

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bump, need zip code for shipping quote
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Bump, make offers if I'm out of line. Thanks for looking!
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