|10-24-2013, 02:33 PM||#1|
Drives: under contruction
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Marysville, Ohio
IPS Motorsports-built 427 LSX Twin Turbo Camaro
For sale: IPS Motorsports-built 427 LSX Twin Turbo Camaro 2SS/RS
This car won the "5th Gen Camaro Shootout" at the NMCA World Street Finals/LSX Shootout, October, 2013. It ran 8.40 @169 mph.
427 LSX engine - short block assembled by ERL Performance
Callies LS1 ultrabillet center-balanced crank shaft
ARP head studs
ARP crank bolts
All Pro six-bolt cylinder heads LSW-12-1
All Pro Intake Manifold 2 Pc CNC Ported with fuel rails
All Pro Valve covers (modified to accept coils and coil covers)
All Pro Billet 105mm Elbow
Wilson Billet 105mm Throttle Body with TPS Sensor
Comp Cam - custom spec
T&D rockers and solid roller lifters
Pfadt engine mounts
Engine strut rod
IPS Motorsports Twin Turbo Kit with GT3794R Billet Turbos, Tial Wastegates, Tial Blow-off valve
Custom 3 1/2" stainless exhaust by IPS Motorsports
ARH shorty headers
RPM Turbo 400 Transmission
SJM Preformance Line Lock
Davis Technologies Bump Box
Custom CO2 Pressure Regulator for boost controller
PTC Race Converter
Big Stuff 3 controller
Tuned by PTP Racing
Engine battery cutoff switch
DSS 9" Rear Conversion Kit with carbon fiber driveshaft, 389 Pro Gear
IPS Motorsports 2010+ Camaro SS 15" Rear Wheel Conversion Package
15" Weld Racing wheels (with beadlock), front skinnines
Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial Pro tires P275/60R15 (just put a new set on it last week).
Penske struts front and rear
Pfadt subframe bushings
Pfadt differential bushings
Pfadt sport sway bars
Pfadt end links
Pfadt adjustable rear tie rods
Aeromotive Pro Series Fuel Pump
Aeromotive billet fuel pump speed controller
165lb Fuel injectors
10 gallon fuel cell
Kirkey racing driver seat
Holt Racing NHRA-certified 10-point cage with swingouts painted CGM
Slotted/dimpled brake rotors
Stainless brake lines (IPS Motorsports)
There are several other items, but too many to list, like various sensors, return fuel system, etc.
BilletAnything Black Billet Race Pedals
Street Scene Lower Valence Grill
SS emblems for grill and trunk from Sparks Restorations
Roto-Fab Radiator Shroud
Showstopper underhood cover set
Showstopper concept LED sidemarker lights
Custom painted taillight bezels by Showstopper Accessories
Custom painted rear license plate frame
Body Color XM Antenna
Custom painted hood spears
3M Clear Bra
Matte black "CAMARO" fender badges
Custom embroidered headrests
Custom dyed interior stitching
Ghost Armor radio face protection
Window Tint (35%)
Taillight, Reverse Lights tint
Afterburner Taillight LED Kit (SMD) by AAC Style
Plasma P13W Plasma LED bulbs[/URL] DRLs from AAC Style
LED Conversion Kit (dome and trunk light, soft blue ABL color) from AAC Style
License plate LEDs from AAC Style
Chrome Amber Stealth bulbs for front parking lights
The car made 1300rwhp on the DynoJet at IPS Motorsports; however, the rear (drag radial) tires were slipping on the roller. The tuner said that it was using 1800 hp worth of fuel. So, the actual rwhp is somewhere in that range.
Dyno video from March 29, 2013
Fuel cell and CO2 bottle in trunk:
Burnout before a pass at Holley LS Fest.
The engine and drive train were built new this spring and the car has only been out to 3 events this year... Camaro 5 Fest, Holley LS Fest (in Bowling Green Kentucky), and the NMCA World Street Finals/LSX Shootout in Indianapolis. The car had about 6000 miles on it prior to this new build. This new drive train has fewer than 100 miles on it.
Anyone who understands big builds knows what it takes to build such a car. In the words of Patrick Barnhill of PTP Racing, "It's one bad MF!"
I also have a 24' Silver Pace American Trailer (2008), which is fully lined, has cabinets, and is generator ready. It has all new tires and brakes. It was serviced this past spring and is ready to go. I am willing to sell it with the car. If interested, I can post some pictures of it.
I also have a spare set of 20" Forgeline wheels (with tires and sensors) with only about 2000 miles on them. The rear wheels will need new lug nuts or some lug-hole modification in order to fit on the large lugs we have on the rear right now. Let me know if you want to see pics of the wheels. Here is a picture of them on the car before we put the 427 in it...
I will sell the car, trailer, and wheels ALL for $90,000.
I'm sorry to have to sell the car, but health issues and the related financial stress make it impossible for me to keep it.
Please PM me. Serious inquiries only.
You can click on my signature to see my complete build journal.
Last edited by Darth_Emma; 11-08-2013 at 10:10 AM.
|10-24-2013, 02:35 PM||#2|
Drives: 2010 Camaro
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Sandy Hook, CT
Oh man. So sorry to hear about this. No doubt, car is a bad piece. None built better. I hope your health improves. Good luck with everything.
|10-24-2013, 03:11 PM||#3|
Drives: Blown Camaro 2SS/RS LS3-2011 Tahoe
Join Date: Sep 2010
Amazing car for sure! Hope everything gets better for you!
|10-24-2013, 05:03 PM||#4|
SoCal HT5 COTW 4/21/13
Drives: 2011 SS/RS Blown & Cammed LS3
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Sandy Eggo
Good luck with the sale man, its an insane build!!!! hope all is well and you continue to hang out here on c5
|10-24-2013, 05:35 PM||#5|
Drives: 2013 CRT 1SS/RS
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Skiatook, Ok
good Luck with this
|10-24-2013, 08:09 PM||#6|
Drives: 2011 ss inferno orange blown
Join Date: Jan 2012
That's one wicked ride love the numbers in the copo range I wish I had that kind of money I would take it to the grocery store just because.
|10-24-2013, 11:27 PM||#7|
Drives: 2010 Camaro 1LT Red Jewel tintcoat
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Springfield, TN
Amazing build and sad to see you have to sell it but truly understand. I hope someone is able to buy it who will respect all the love & serious engineering that has gone into it and let it continue to shine for the rest of us to see. Best of luck with the sale & whatever you choose to do next.
|10-25-2013, 10:48 AM||#9|
Join Date: Dec 2008
I'm so sorry you have to sell your car!
You are an amazing woman and I have admired your ability over the years to thoroughly understand the the details that went into building this car.
I'm very sad that you have to sell it. If I had the money, I'd give it to you and let you keep the car because I know how heartbreaking it is to sacrifice one due to unfortunate circumstances.
My best wishes and my prayers go out to you and your family. I hope you find a quick resolution to the problems before you.
|10-25-2013, 12:16 PM||#10|
Drives: 2010 SS / 1951 Mercury
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Chicago, IL
Outstanding car Terri, and best wishes. Enjoyed chatting with you a month ago at Indy.
PROJECT HEAVY CHEVY
Camaro Now: Mods for the Masses Part I | Part II
13.15@106 1.95 | 100% Stock
12.37@112 1.85 | + Kooks Headers/Cats + 20" 555R + CAI + BW TB + UDP + Tune
12.06@113 1.70 | + CD 3200 + 18" NT05R + RCR Intake + NE OTR + GPI Tune
11.84@115 1.59 | + 3.91s + Race Star 17x7 Fronts
10.90@125 1.47 | + GPI VVT Cam + BW Ported Heads + CD 3800
|10-26-2013, 10:28 PM||#11|
Drives: 2010 SS/RS IOM 2014 2LT Stingray
Join Date: Mar 2009
Sorry to hear you're selling. I know you've enjoyed the experience. Did they ever get the geometry issues worked out?
also drives a heavily modified Jeep Wrangler. It has LED headlights and wheel weights blacked out with Plasti Dip. It's Baller.
|10-27-2013, 09:42 AM||#13|
Drives: Previous: 2011SS, 2012ZL1, 2015Z/28
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Fredericksburg, VA
GLWS--and more importantly, good luck with your personal issues.
There are only so many days in your lifetime. So get out and drive your Camaro...
|10-27-2013, 10:20 AM||#14|
Drives: under contruction
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Marysville, Ohio