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NOW WITH PICS: Lots of Z06 stuff for sale

NOW WITH PICS: I traded my '02 Z06 in for a BMW M3 (needed the back seat for a baby car seat). Anyway, I have lots of stuff for sale, but am not quite sure what all this stuff is worth. Here are some of the things:

Autotap
LS1 Edit w/laptop
factory h-pipe
Corsa titanium with mufflers (modified for FLP header kit)
factory exhaust manifolds/headers
factory air box
CCW drag kit - like new w/10 passes - silver finish
Wolf new in wrap roll bar

That's all I can think of right now. I am in Las Vegas and would LOVE a face to face sale, especially for the larger items.
 

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For the CCW drag package, I paid about $2300, I would take $1600 shipped conus or $1500 face to face in Las Vegas.

The stock manifolds and h-pipe are sold pending funds.

I would take $150 shipped for the AutoTap.

I would take $225 shipped for the LS1 Edit and you will have to have it locked to your vin number through carputing.com

If you want the LS1 Edit AND the laptop, $500 shipped.

Or if you want the LS1 Edit, the Autotap, AND the laptop, $625 shipped for all.

For the airbox, I don't know what it is worth, make me an offer.
 

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Did you buy the CCW package new? What size tires? :guiness:
 

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It's the same package you can buy from West Coast Corvettes (except mine have the centercaps):

http://www.westcoastcorvette.com/shop_online/prod_detail.cfm?id=601

I bought mine from CCW. I bought them new. They are polished nicely by CCW. The rear tires are 26X11.5X16 ET Streets and the fronts are Firestone skinnies, I think 26X5X16 or 26X5.25X16.
 

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If Chris doesn't buy them...put me down second on the list. :cheers:
 

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Case2307,

I pm'd Chris. If he does not want them, they are yours.
 

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What are you asking for the Corsa Titanium exhaust system?
I noticed you didn't post a price for it! TIA,, Jim
 

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Here are some pics:

Corsa Ti:



Wolf Roll Bar:



CCW Fronts:



CCW Rears:

 

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For the Corsa Ti Street, make me an offer. I bought it for $1700, but as you can see, it has been modified to work with the FLP header kit (with or without cats).

Factory H-Pipe sold

Factory Manifolds sold

AutoTap sold
 

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LS1 Edit PRICE LOWERED

I rec'd an e-mail from Dave are Carputing (the people that make LS1 Edit).

He said that if I sold my LS1 Edit to someone else, it would cost them $200 total to be able to use it with their car.

Since the new price is $450, I would take $100 for my LS1 Edit.
 

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SilverStateZ06 said:
Corsa Ti Street sold pending funds to Jim Lembo.
Ravi,
Check your PM's again, Done Deal, and thank you!
:cheers: Jim
 

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Sorry to see your Z go :( Congrats on the baby :cheers:

Who ever gets your CCW's will get a great set. I'm still jealous over your center caps :thumb:
 

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SilverStateZ06 said:
I rec'd an e-mail from Dave are Carputing (the people that make LS1 Edit).

He said that if I sold my LS1 Edit to someone else, it would cost them $200 total to be able to use it with their car.

Since the new price is $450, I would take $100 for my LS1 Edit.
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Is this complete with instructions? What all would I need to hook it up to the car. What does the autotap do. TIA
 

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Jim, I heard you picked up the exhaust today - pleasure doing business with you.

Kathy, thanks. Now to trick the M3 out...

Z06Dad, I have the documentation that came with it. You can also post questions on boards like this one - lots of very helpfull people. As for Autotap, that is something else - more of a scanner than a programmer. LS1 Edit is a programmer. I am not suggesting you do this, but I have heard that some people with have a modified LS1 Edit tune for the track or street, and when they go to the dealer for warranty work, they upload the stock program. Just something to think about.
 
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