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Old 09-18-2018, 03:14 PM
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Default 2002 Magnetic Red Convertible - Modified (All Original Parts Included)

2002 Corvette Six Speed being sold by the original owner located in Rhode Island. Car currently has just over 42,000 miles on it and is modified from stock using only high-quality parts. No corners were cut in the parts selection or installation. Heads, oil pump and FAST intake were all hand worked by Tony Mamo of Mamo Motorsports (formerly of AFR). Timing set was one of the last available Cloyes setups with the IRL (Indy Race League) timing chain. Note that the engine block is the LS6 block, not an LS1 block confirmed by part number. Below is a list of the modifications and accessories that are included in the sale. Sale of the car also includes all of the original stock parts so that each part shown below has a corresponding factory part that was removed. (For example, I have the original 3.42 differential and the DTE 3.90 unit is in the car.) The only exception will be the original fuel rail covers that have been signed for me by Dave Hill and Wil Cooksey. Car has only seen rain a few times on trips such as the Corvette Caravan in 2003 (this was the New England Captain's car) and trips to Carlisle. Car is stored in winter in a Carbag with desiccant to keep it dry and to prevent rust. Seats have been covered each season and are still in new condition. Convertible top is in new condition. Car will be sold with one-year old Toyo Proxes T1 Sport tires installed in June 2017 along with four new GM tire pressure sensors (brakes flushed with fresh fluid while wheels were off). The trunk and waterfall struts were also replaced with new in spring 2017. This is a package sale and I will not separate any of the original low mileage factory parts from the car. Car is turn-key and ready to go. This car was modified as a hobby and has never been raced or taken to the track. Buyer will need to pick up the parts with the car at the time of sale, so bring a truck or trailer. I have a detailed maintenance history in spreadsheet format that will be provided to the new owner.

Sale Price: $23,500 including all factory original parts.

Drive Train

C6 Shifter and Shift ****

DTE Stage IV Differential w/3.90 Micropolished gears and billet pinion support option

Textralia X-Grip Clutch w/billet steel flywheel (Master Cylinder & Slave replaced with clutch)

ARP Flywheel Bolts

Remote clutch bleeder

Exhaust

QTP Tri-Y Stainless Steel headers

ARP Exhaust Studs

Random Tech Stainless Steel X-Pipe and High Flow Converters

Titanium Z06 Cat Back

AIR Delete

Rear O2 Delete although bungs are in X-Pipe (capped)

Wheels/Tires & Handling

GM OEM 2004 Z06 Z-16 Polished Wheels (These were bought straight from GM)

C6 Z51 Sway Bars powder coated Magnetic Red to match car

Thermal Coated Stainless Steel Tunnel Plate

Toyo Proxes T1 Sport Tires (new in 2017)

New GM Tire Pressure Sensors Installed in summer 2017 with Toyo Tires

Brakes/Rotors

Wilwood Front Two Piece Rotors

Wilwood Rear Rotors

GM Ceramic Pads

Magnetic Red Powder Coated Calipers & Brackets

Engine

LS6 Valley Cover

Catch Can

AFR 6016 Cam (224/228 0.583/0.588 @ 0.050 114+2)

AFR 205 Heads with Modified Combustion Chambers (Un-shroud Intake valves) by Tony Mamo

Cometic 0.040” Head Gaskets

AFR Head Studs

Cloyes Hex-Adjust Timing Setup with IRL (Indy Race League) Timing Chain

GMPP Timing Chain Damper

ATI 10% UD Harmonic Damper pinned to Crank

ARP Harmonic Damper Bolt

ARP Cam Plate Bolts

ARP Timing Bolts

Yella Terra 1.7 Ultralight Rocker Arms (Gen III)

Modified late LS6 valve covers (originals un-touched in box)

Trend 3/8” Double Taper Billet Pushrods

Morel Lifters

LS2 Lifter Trays

LS6 Oil Pump ported by Tony Mamo

Ford Red Top Injectors Cleaned and Flow Tested by New Era Performance

C6Z06 Spark Plug Wires

FAST 90 Intake ported by Tony Mamo

Nick Williams Throttle Body

Callaway Honker CAI with one extra Green Filter

Tuning by Don Kinder (Slowhawk Performance)

Cooling System

Updated Thermostat for 180 degrees

DeWitts Radiator with left Engine Oil Cooling Capability (currently not connected)

Appearance

Autobuffs (Noel Mercado) Fuel Rail Covers and Radiator Cover (Magnetic Red with Butterscotch Flames)

King Penn Industries Wind Deflector with Etched Corvette Emblem and Red Lighting

Leather Saddle Storage Bags

Seat Covers

Custom Floor Mats

Vinyl Floor Mats (to protect custom Corvette floor mats)

Rear tunnel plate between mufflers

Miscellaneous

Powder Coated Frame rails

Column Lock Bypass

Accessories

Speed Lingerie Bra and Mirror Covers

Carbag Storage Bag with Desiccant

Wolf Car Cover

Factory Service Manual Set







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great looking Vette, any dyno numbers?
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Have them somewhere, would have to dig them out.
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Bump for a fellow mag red, light oak top and interior vert with heads, cam, clutch, gear and powder coated calipers. Hmmm...
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Bump to fix run together lines making the it hard to read. Fixed it to provide better list of modifications.
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Looks nice!

How many miles on the build?
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About 13K miles. Haven't gotten out in it much the last few years.
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Could you post some interior pics?
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Have to take some tomorrow.
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Is this still available ? Were you able to get any interior shots ?
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Yes, I took some photos but things have been crazy the last couple of weeks so I forgot to post them. Here they are.










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Pass CA smog?
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I have no idea. This car is on the east coast.

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I have no idea. This car is on the east coast.
did you ever find the dyno numbers?
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No, but it was around 430 at the wheels on a Mustang dyno noting that this was through the 3.90 gears, not the stock 3.42 gears. Never put it on a dynojet even though there are a couple around, which would show higher hp (don't trust the shops that have the dynojets to dyno my car). I also have a "safe" tune as I don't want any burnt pistons and Don at Slowhawk Performance is very careful about making sure the tune won't cause any damage. Have seen far to many guys that have lost #7 due to a lean tune in an effort to get a couple more hp.

It has more than enough power

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