Lots of HP parts for sale

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    RS bumpers sold !
     
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    Good stuff here, guys and gals.........Bump
     
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    Are the springs for a small block or a big block?
     
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    Are you asking about the front or rear springs ? The rear leaf springs were part of the TVS system for a small block, but I don't think the rears are any different for SBC or BBC . The front Morosos are smallblock springs at 212 in lbs. I did cut a coil off these to get my ride hight right, so they are a little stiffer now, Id guess the rate would be around 220-225 in lbs .
     
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    Didn't notice the leafs, was referring to the coils. Thanks, PM sent.
     
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    Cam/Intake combo

    Just a heads up on the Bullet Racing cam and GMPP intake I am selling. This is as good a street/strip, daily driver combo as I have ever driven on the street. On a stock LS3 with these parts, I could cruise at 1600RPMs in OD with the converter locked without any stumbles, surging, or any other driving issues. I could drive it to the track, and lay down traction limited 11.60s at 119MPH ! It had a very low 11 in it with better off the line traction .This was in my 72 Camaro with all the creature comforts, not a stripped down race car. AC, PS, PB, 3.42 gears, handling oriented suspension, 25.7" tall drag radial, 2004r trans with only 2800RPMs worth of stall converter, race WT. 3485LBS.
    500 BUCKS FOR THE COMBO ! That's about half of new price. The custom grind cam was 412.00 + shipping from Bullet. The intake costs 479.00 from Pace Performance.
    I'm putting my first forced induction setup together for the 72 and neither the cam or intake will work well with the turbo setup. If it wasn't for that, there is no way I would let go of this setup!
     
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    rubber BUMPerrrrrr
     
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    Bump for added Centerline drag wheels.
     
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    Do you have a pic of the springs in the car so I can see ride height .
     
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    The only reference Id know of would be the last youtube vids of the car at the drag strip. It should be under my "newschool72 " user name on Youtube, but I'm not 100% sure of that because my 17 yr old son downloaded it. The front springs are already spoken for to another member on here. The rear leaf springs are still for sale although I doubt you will want to pay the shipping to Newfoundland on an 80lbs box that is 5ft long ! LOL
     
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