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My car is a 1998 Camaro Z/28.
Originally it was a 6 speed car, but now it has a TH350 with a high stall converter.
Here is a rundown of most of my mods:

6.0L iron truck block bored .030 over, line honed, and decked. (408 cubic inches)
Eagle 4340 forged 4.00" stroke crackshaft.
Eagle 4340 forged H beam connecting rods with ARP rod bolts.
Diamond forged 11.1 to 1 flattop pistons with 2cc valve releifs, and Diamond rings.
Competition Products Pro Magnum ("R") lifters.
Competition Products chrome moly push rods.
6.0L Truck heads, decked .030, stage II port job (2.08/1.60 valves) flow 310+ at 550 lift.
ARP head stud kit.
MTI R1 cam (235/238/580/585/114).
Cometic head gaskets (Will order when I figure out the quench, and how thick I need them).
Clevite 77 race bearings.
Rollmaster double roller timing chain.
Holley/Lingenfelter intake manifold, port matched and ported.
Whisper carbon fiber air lid.
Holley air filter.
Hypertech 160 deg thermostat.
SS Power steering cooler.
SLP manual fan switch.
Nitrous Express MAF system (the prototype).
Free ram air mod (FRA).
Throttle Body Bypass mod (TBB).
Wide Open Throttle mod (WOT).
Removed EGR system.
Removed AIR system.
LS1 Edit program.
Harlan window switch.
Harlan shift light (Blue).
Harlan 2 step.
Powerbond 10% underdrive billet SFI spec harmonic ballancer pulley.
Pacesetter ceramic coated long tube headers, 1 3/4 primaries.
24" O2 sensor extensions .
Pacestter Y pipe.
Magnaflow catback.
Inline bullet muffler.
Cutout just behind bullet in Y pipe where it comes into one pipe.
Katek Belt tensioner.
TH350 Proffesionally race built (Need to modify cross member for the TH350).
Yank 3000 stall torque converter.
B&M Pro Ratchet shifter.
B&M Super Cooler tranny cooler.
Dual A pillar guage pod.
Auto Meter Ultra light N2O pressure gauge.
Auto Meter Ultra light fuel pressure gauge.
SFI spec tranny sheild.
Denny's Nitrous Ready drive shaft.
Moser 12 bolt with 33 spline axles, Eaton posi, 3.73 gears, T/A cover.
Prothane poly motor mounts.
BMR Lower Control Arms (LCAs).
Muscle Car Technologies Sub Frame Connectors (Weld in) (SFCs).
Muscle Car Technologies Adjustable Pan Hard Bar (APHB).
Spohn Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets (RBs).
Jegs drive shaft saftey loop.
Eibach Pro Kit springs (1.5 inch drop).
I Rotors ventilated and cross drilled front & rear rotors.
AFS Z06 17X9.5 wheels (Silver).
Silver/Blue gauges w/ Trans Am guage bezel.
Camaro caliper decals.
Tint 35% all around.
Z/28, ZO6 replica badges.
 

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Damn thats alot of stuff. :eek: That car must be fun.
 

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Well, the motor is together, but not in the car yet. It will be up and running soon. Then I will post #s, and track times.
I am guessing around 500 rwhp NA, and 700 rwhp with N2O.
It should run 10s on the motor.
 

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Yes, it should be very nice. It has taken me 2 years to get to this point, (The Navy does not pay alot) and not being able to drive it is driving me crazy.
 

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Damn thats alot of mods :cheers:
 
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