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WTS/T: 600whp cobalt DD
|11-02-2011, 07:26 PM||#1|
WTS/T: 600whp cobalt DD
Have this over on e46fanatics but thought i'd post it here as i really want to get into a 335i coupe. so a simply copy and post will work hopefully.
REMEMBER PRICE IS OBO, ANY TRADE OFFER WELCOME.
I know not many will see the price in the car, but i'm already taking a huge hit if i sell it at that price so i can't budge too far. trades would be ideal. please be sure to read the whole ad before jumping to conclusions. thank you.
OH NOEEZZZZZ A ONE POST MEMBER!!!! relax. yes i'm new to this forum, but look over on the cobaltss.net forums and i'm an active member. if you message me i will give you my phone number to text or call. and you can look me up on facebook, Mark 'Aurelius' Whitte, profile picture is the car. also feel free to email at MwWhitte@yahoo.com
Name: Mark Whitte
Car Info: 2005 cobalt ss/sc 116k miles on the body. 1,7xx on the engine
Stock Options: XM, red/black interior, Pioneer sound system
91 octane 20psi tune-443whp/358ftlbs
110 octane 30psi tune-591whp/477ftlbs
ZZPerformance 2.0L turbo LSJ solid deck block
ZZPerformance reinforced lower girdle
ZZPerformance modified fuel pump canister
ZZPerformance 4340 rods
ZZPerformance 80# valvesprings+retainers
ZZPerformance/Comp Cams stage 2 turbo grind cams
ZZPerformance 316 stainless turbo manifold
ZZPerformance 3" v-band 304 stainless downpipe with no cat, vband exit
ZZPerformance custom made 3" v-band dump off downpipe
ZZPerformance 3" mandrel bent exhaust. no resonator
ZZPerformance Turbo oil system kit
ZZPerformance 3.5" aluminum turbo intake with K&N air filter.
ZZPerformance intercooler piping; 2.5" hot side, 2.5" cold side, 3" MAF section.
ZZPerformance custom solid intercooler endtank piping. not the regular silicone
ZZPerformance oil cap breather filter
ZZPerformance 50mm blow off valve
ZZPerformance race intercooler 28"x11.5"x4.5"
ZZPerformance modified Saab aluminum intake manifold
ZZPerformance Fuel pump rewire
ZZPerformance custom boost reference fuel setup
Borg Warner/Bullseye Power 6 blade billet wheel s262 .70 a/r turbine
Precision 46mm wastegate with 9lb spring
Hallman Pro manual boost controller
ATI SFI turbo blancer
ARP flex plate bolts
ARP head studs
Tapped oil pan for oil return
JE 9.0:1 pistons
GMR rod bearings
GMR crank bearings
GMR rocker arms
GMR adjustable cam gears
Siemens 80# injectors
2.4L ECOtec Throttle body and wiring adapter
Alternator for turbo setup
Balance shaft delete
HVAC complete delete
-10an/-8an breather setup with Allstar catch can in the fenderwell
Electric water pump setup with drain valve
Washer fluid reservoir,pump, and lines removed
Fidanza aluminum flywheel
ARP flywheel bolts
ZZP stage 4 clutch
Sachs pressure plate
Full ceramic friction disk
New shift linkage
Revised shifter bracket
Genuine saab bushings
Front slotted rotors
Poly insert front/rear trans mounts
ARP long ass wheel studs
Powell Race shop control arm bushings
Drive Shaft shop level 2 axles
235/40/18 Potenza RE11s on sc wheels for daily driving
245/50/16 Nitto NT555r's on 16x7" Seven X MBWheels and 12mm spacers for the track
ZZPerformance new generation triple gauge pod.
Autometer 45psi sport comp boost gauge
Autometer 100psi sport comp oil pressure gauge
Dual Aeroforce intercepters
Factory red/black interior
Black dash trim
Black top center console
Black powder coated valve cover
Wrinkle black powder coated charge piping
ZZPerformance machined coil pack cover. 1 of few
Black side markers
Black 3rd brake light
Black trunk keyhole
Black headlights with chrome rings
Black from bowtie with chrome trim
Black rear grills
08+ SS Cobalt upper grill
08+ SS Cobalt lower grill
Black/Chrome factory wheels
Black center caps
Black front calipers
Red anodized lug nuts
Vacuum cap antenna-"mod"
5%tint side windows and eyebrow
20% rear window
ZZP windshield banner and side window decals
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Fastest lsj on a stock engine unported blower.
Second highest horsepower and torque in an LSJ.
Highest horsepower and torque in a daily driven cobalt
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Highest horsepower and torque on an unported head in any cobalt.
Highest horsepower and torque in any cobalt on pump gas. no meth, unported head.
The History of the Turbalt
It started life in Arkansas being owned by Stuart Leiby as a factory bone stock ss. With minor things done to it including a 2.85" pulley and swapping out the factory transmission for one with and LSD he started taking the car to the track for better times and in 2008 drove the car to a 12.75@108, the fastest time for a stock blowered cobalt. Also while under Stuart's ownership the car was fitted with Ksport coilovers. Before long he, like most cobalt owners, got tired of the limits of the factory m62. Coming upon a great deal on a Forced Performance 3076 turbo setup, he jumped on it and the real fun began. pushing in the mid 300s for horsepower he took the car to a 12.6@114 on the same tires, more worn out, only managing a 2.1 60' time. He then decided he wanted to sell the car in favor the S2000 he currently drives and sold the car to me.
After getting the car and taking it up to Ft. Knox, KY with me i noticed power wasn't there and i was getting a lot of blow by. After a compression test showed all cylinders below 120psi with two being at 105psi i said, "lets see how much it'll take". not long after, it blew, and i made the call to ZZPerformance. After a month of phone calls and emails to Ryan, we finally decided on a path of which no other customer had taken before, an all out race motor...made to be street driven. Two weeks after the car was shipped to them, it was finished.. and it was a monster. on 91octane, a factory head, and no methanol injection the car made 443whp/358wtrq on only 20psi with the 80s going static in the upper rpms. so then a few pulls on the race tune. 30psi and 110octane resulted in 591whp and 477wtrq with the 80s again going static in the upper rpms. Me and Ryan decided that going with a billet wheel S262 would be a good choice being that with a built transmission i will be able to NLS and hold boost the entire pass after launching off the 2step. I haven't been able to make a solid pass on this setup yet because i'm still on the factory transmission, unfortunately other expenses got in the way and i've just been street driving the car.
Reason i want to get rid of the car is the local track was just sold and shut down, i built this car to be a daily driver street/strip monster but now the closest track is Heartland Park Topeka or Ennis Texas. i've always had a thing for BMWs and Supras so it's worth a shot. ZZPerformance just took their cobalt to 9.82@141 on roughly 540-550whp, so this car definitely has times in it if i ever buy the built transmission. thats all it needs to be "finished". i'm sure the factory transmission would hold a few passes as it's held twice the hp and 150+ more tq than its rated for but i just didn't want to risk it. car has only seen Brad Penn 5w30 since the new engine. The block itself has been tested to 898whp/7xx(don't remember exact)tq. with a swap to a ported head, internals i have can go into the ported head, and 198# injectors. i GUARANTEE this car with do ATLEAST 700whp/550wtrq on this turbo.
asking price is $26,500obo and open to any trades, the ideal trade would be a black or montego blue 335i coupe but like i said, open to anything. car does have a lien but i will pay it off if traded. never been in an accident but it does have 117k on the body, paint is great except for the hood needs a good cut and buff. car has a dent on the drivers quarter right by the door, one on the passenger door body line, and one on the trunk where it was hit by a softball. also the passenger side turn signal reflector has vibrated off, both lights could use a refinish of the lenses. i bought the car for $11k and have receipts for $16k for the engine build/turbo setup alone. not counting the RE11s, drag radials and wheels, transmission+swap, $200 car cover(included in sale/trade), gauges, cost of shipping the car to the shop and plain ticket to pick it up. already taking quite a loss at 26. this car already holds many records and still has a few left, and it hasn't even hit the track with this setup. i'll let the accomplishments and pictures speak for themselves.
since these pictures i have lowered the rear down and added the new breather setup. those will be posted below this set.
pump gas 14psi.
Last edited by EXsoccer1921; 12-21-2011 at 08:12 PM.
|11-05-2011, 04:16 AM||#6|
lag is really only an issue on a roll. at the track, launch on the 2step and nls, you'll stay in boost the whole pass. that and when its on the race gas the sheer acceleration makes up for that little bit of lag. but a .55 a/r housing is only $215. then say hello to 30psi<3,500rpms.
My cobalt's specs:
Stock ZR1 corvette specs (actual not rated):
|11-06-2011, 08:15 AM||#7|
Drives: 07 SUPERCHARGED 680HP VETTE
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Los Angeles, CA
though i am not here to buy your car, MAJOR props to your car and work you put into it. it will kill lambos and ferrari's! somebody pick this beast up man.
|11-06-2011, 05:42 PM||#9|
|11-06-2011, 06:22 PM||#11|
thanks hella. and thats what i love about it!
heres a video of Ryan's cobalt, the car that did 898whp before he went with a 2.1 liter
this video is on ~550whp. mine already does 591whp and much much more with a swap to 198lb injectors.
|11-21-2011, 04:44 PM||#17|
|11-21-2011, 10:15 PM||#20|
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