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cbrdsmJan-29-13 08:34 AM
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#2300, "Hello from St. Louis (long)"


Not really a new member (been around for about 10 years). I bought my black '97 GS new. I've spent many hours/dollars customizing the car. It's been a fantastic car. My goal has always been to go turbo. About 5 years ago I had my second water pump go out and decided that was the time to do it. I started acquiring parts, stripped just about everything forward of the firewall and disassembled the engine. Then we had our first child, so the car sat. Fast forward 5 years, we've now got 2 kids and my car has not been touched, sitting under a car cover in my garage.

I'm considering selling the car now. It kills me to walk out in the garage and see my baby stripped down sitting under a car cover. Now that we're a family of 4, it doesn't make sense to keep it. I don't have enough posts to post in the for sale section, but I'm curious if there would be any interest in the car. I'm not interested in parting it out, I couldn't do that to her. I would rather lose a little more money or keep her than to part it out. The body and interior are in excellent shape, the odometer reads 130K or so miles.

Here is a list of parts I have installed or I have new in a box:
generic strut tower bars (front & back)
GSX front brake conversion( painted red)
Powerslot front rotors
Iceman cold air intake
Thermal Research & Development 3" cat back SS
B&M Short throw shifter
Symborski shifter bushings
Eibach proline springs
SR Racing 18" rims flat black with chrome lip
JL 12" sub in custom box
Alpine Amp
Alpine head unit
Bored throttle body
Port and polished intake
Ignited push button starter
Aeromotive 1:1 FPR
Walbro 255lph hp fuel pump
megasquirt MS-n-S
72 lb. Injectors
-6AN SS braided fuel lines throughout
Custom -6AN aluminum fuel rail
60mm triple A-pillar gauge pod (Med Grey)
160 degree thermostat
Full home PC with GPS and Voice activation and wireless internet
Voice activated GPS
Voice Activated MP3 player
Custom molded cupholder laptop touchpad for mouse control
8" Xenarc monitor
Defi-Link BF Imperial (US) Meter - BF Exhaust Temperature 2 3/8
Defi-Link BF Imperial (US) Meter - BF Turbo 2 3/8"
Defi-Link BF Imperial (US) Meter - BF Oil Pressure 2 3/8"
Defi-Link Control Unit II Version 2.0
PLX M-250 Wideband 02
Summit Fuel Gage
I have the following items new in the box:
Clevite 77 main bearings
Clevite 77 rod bearings
JE Piston Rings
Melling Oil Pump
Eagle Specialty Forged Rods
JE Pistons
2002 Intrepid 2.7L Rockers (Sealed Power)
Crower spring set
Crower Stage 2 Turbo Grind Cams
Timing belt pulley (bolts to head)
Timing belt tensioner pulley and bracket
ARP Main Studs
ARP Head Studs
Unorthodox Underdrive Crank Pulley
Fidanza Lightweight Adjustable Cam Sprocket
Fluidyne Radiator
Flex a lit fans slim fans
160 degree thermostat
Tial 38mm external wastegate 0.25bar-0.5bar
Tail Blow Off Valve 9psi Red Aluminum Flange Universal

Thanks for reading, let me know if there is any interest and I'll come up with a price and try to get my post count up so I can post in the for sale section,


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Hello from St. Louis (long) [View all] , cbrdsm, Jan-29-13 08:34 AM
  RE: Hello from St. Louis (long), Rude55, Feb-14-13 02:05 PM, #1
RE: Hello from St. Louis (long), cbrdsm, Feb-15-13 06:25 AM, #2

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