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92AS 11-18-2008 02:06 PM

#92 4th Gen Pontiac Firebird AS Car
 
2002 Pontiac Firebird AS Car

2006 Mid-Div champion. Current track record holder at Hallett and Gateway International. Multiple National event wins. Qualified 2nd at 2008 June Sprints. One of the best sorted, most competitive GM's in the country. Includes the following:

New, pro-built, 310 engine. Built with the finest, lightest available parts. No expense spared. Build sheet available.
Custom headers with Rebello collectors
Accusump System
New Dual Pass Radiator
Tremec 3550 Transmission
Coleman brakes
JRZ remote resevoir shocks
Heim mounted sway bars
Custom 3 link rear suspension that works
Tilton hydraulic throw-out bearing
Magnesium bellhousing
Weight jacks
Quick disconnect brake system
Fuel safe cell
Holley Red fuel pump
Optima battery
Fire Bottle Halon system
Kirkey Road Race Seat
New MSD 6AL ignition system
Aluminum driveshaft
Champ Road Race Oil Pan
Auburn diff
Momo wheel
2 Sets of BBS wheels
1 set of stock wheels
Mounted Rains


Priced for quick sale @ $16,000

Contact Jim Stevens at 618-779-7255 or jimstevens92@aol.com

92AS 12-01-2008 11:34 AM

Will consider partial trade for RWD IT car.

92AS 01-06-2009 02:30 PM

Still available. Make me an offer!

jimwheeler 01-07-2009 02:42 PM

back to stuff for sale
 
Meanwhile, here's a complete car, and national race winner, for $16K. Also, multiple track record holder.

92AS 02-07-2009 10:48 AM

Come git it!

jimwheeler 02-11-2009 10:59 AM

This one could also go back to the T2 configuration, with a T2 legal drive train.
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EvanK 02-11-2009 12:55 PM

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Originally Posted by jimwheeler
This one could also go back to the T2 configuration, with a T2 legal drive train.
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Not exactly Jim.

In addition to the drivetrain items, he's have to put an entire stock suspension in right down to the rubber bushings. He'd have to go back to stock brakes and re-install the abs (and we can argue all day about disconnecting the sensor which does not work in an ls-1 fbody)

As far as I know, ony T1 guys can delete the catalytic converter so that needs to go back in.

Plus to be competitve, theyve approved 16x11 and 16 x 10 wheels or 17 x 9 17x9 wheels so you'd need to get those also.

His shocks wont work cuz he's sitting too low so those have to be replaced for stock length. My DA's had to be cut down to achieve the correct ride height.

Now having daid that-

This is a fantastic deal for someone wanting to come into Asedan!

jimwheeler 02-11-2009 01:04 PM

You don't need to keep the stock rubber bushings in the T2 car. Suspension can be modified to AS specifications. You can run the new AS brakes, but if you do, you have to run the 16 x 8 wheels. Exhausts may be modified to AS specifications, (although you must use stock exhaust manifold) which means you can remove the cats. Ride height is the same for all AS.
There is a clarification coming about being able to put the AS brakes on the limited prep cars. It dropped through the cracks at some point.
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kbsmith1 02-11-2009 02:48 PM

Jim, Evan, I think you guys misunderstand each other.

I think Evan thought you meant convert the car back to be a T2 car,
not an AS car with the T2 drivetrain option. His comments make sense
in that context.

BTW, I agree that this seems a great deal. I know what I spent
building my Gen4 fbird.

jimwheeler 02-11-2009 03:04 PM

Kevin,
Thanks for clearing that up. I think only in AS terms and could not even conceive of changing a car from AS to T. In fact, just writing that down makes my skin break out in hives. I, as you pointed out, was talking about putting in the injected engine and drive train, and running it in ASedan.
whew!!


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