Black 1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 850 HP Blown 396 For Sale
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Year of Manufacture1994
Black 1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 850 HP Blown 396 For Sale.
This Vortech supercharged car ran 9.56 @ 143 in the 1/4 mile with only a 50hp shot (9.84 without nitrous) and there’s much more potential left!! The suspension works great as the car cut a 1.35 60′ on an average track and is begging for more power. With the 83lb/hr injectors you should have no problem upping the nitrous to 125-150hp which should net LOW 9 second 1/4 mile times at well over 145mph.
This car can be driven on the street and is actually a great sleeper. It appears like a stock Camaro with slicks bolted on and it’s not extremely loud. The Spintech mufflers were specifically selected and purchased to keep the sound relatively low without limiting any performance.
Here are the highlights of the vehicle:
661rwhp @ 15psi
696rwhp @ 15psi + 50hp NOS
Best 1/4 ET Boost Only: 9.84
Best 1/4 MPH Boost Only: 139.6
Best 1/4 ET w/NOS: 9.57
Best 1/4 MPH w/NOS: 142.7
Best 60′: 1.35
Nu-Tek Motorsports 396ci LT1 (4.030″ bore, 3.875″ stroke)
JE custom forged 9.1:1 blower pistons (33cc dish)
Oliver 5.85″ billet 4340 rods
Callies 4340 stroker crank
Callies 4-bolt splayed billet main caps
Canfield 195cc LT1 heads w/57cc chambers (284/220 cfm at 28″ water)
Ferrea 2.055/1.60 high-temp forced induction valves
Comp Cams hydraulic roller 230/242 @ 0.050″, 0.571″/0.587″ lift, 114 degree LS
Comp Cams Pro Magnum adjustable rockers
AFR Hydra-Rev kit
Holley 58mm throttle body
Factory LT1 block and intake (ported)
Meziere electric water pump
Vortech T-Trim supercharger
3.125″ blower pulley, 7.0″ crank pulley
Spearco custom 21″x10.5″x3.5″ air-to-air intercooler
Custom intake tubing
Vortech Mondo bypass valve
NOS dry nitrous system (50-175hp)
Hooker 1 3/4″ long tube headers
Spintech 3″ Super Stock race mufflers
F.A.S.T (formerly Speedpro) engine management EFI system with wideband o2
Weldon 2015 pump
Weldon Dial-a-Flow voltage regulator
Weldon 2040 fuel pressure regulator
Delphi 83 lb/hr injectors
Aeromotive -12 100 micron pre-filter
K&N -10 10 micron post-filter
MSD Blaster coil
Taylor cut-to-fit wires
95+ Optispark conversion
Hal QA1 12-way adjustable shocks on all corners
Hal front drag springs
Wolfe Racecraft rear anti-sway bar
Spohn adjustable HD torque arm
Spohn double adjustable solid lower control arms and relocators
LG Motorsports G2 Poly Panhard Rod
Mac subframe connectors
Wolfe Racecraft 6-pt roll-bar
Trans-King TH400, reverse manual valve body, transbrake, JW Ultra Bell
Trans-King 9″ 4000 rpm stall
Turbo Action Cheetah Shifter
Strange 12-bolt 3.73 gears, 33 spline axles, spool
Inland Empire 3.25″ aluminum driveshaft
Autometer fuel pressure, boost, egt, intake temp, trans temp, air/fuel ratio pic1
MSD shift light
Corbeau Clubman seats
Simpson 5 point cam lock harnesses
Eclipse Head Unit, Rockford 400.4 amp, MB Quart Front speakers, JL Audio Stealth Box w/10W6.
17×9.5 OZ Monte Carlo wheels with 275/40-17 Nitto drag radials (Street)
28×10.5W MT ET Drags on 15×10.5 Centerline Autodrags (Track)
Radial skinnies on 15×3.5 Centerline Autodrags (Track)
I have receipts for over $40,000 worth of parts alone. That does not count the cost of the car, nor the hundreds of hours of installation/configuration labor. Just to list a few… these are some prices that were paid, NOT what I’m charging.
396ci Stroker Long Block – $11,000
Blower, Intercooler, Nitrous – $5,000
TH400 Conversion – $3,000
FAST ECU – $2,000
Fuel System – $2,500
Suspension – $3,000
Strange 12-Bolt – $2,500
Stereo – $2,500
Cage and Safety – $2,000
Gauges – $1,000
Wheels/Tires – $2,000
Ignition – $500
That’s $37,000 and there are tons of “miscellaneous” items not listed (don’t forget the car itself!).
This car is completely ready to drive/race with Performance and Reliability having been the main goals for this car. The interior is in great shape. The paint is original/average shape with a few cracks on the front bumper and one place where the paint cracked on the driver’s fender. The car looks great from 10 feet away, but it is definitely not a show car since it has 20 year old paint. My original intent was to get it repainted, however I never got around to it. Mechanically the car is 100% complete so now would be a great time to add a fresh paint job.
No trades please, and serious buyers only as this car is the real deal! Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
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Car located in – Orlando, Florida, US.
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