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balls or trades!!! I have all documentation for the vehicle. A/C blows cold, heat blows hot. Just bought new drilled and slotted rotors and ceramic pads for all four corners (new in boxes).

Asking $9800 OBO, this is a fair price since the engine, exhaust and tires cost more than 9k!

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POWER! Forged 408 motor made 622hp/558 horsepower on a Superflow engine dyno with 1 7/8 headers, FAST 102 intake and a Comp Cams 239/247 113 .624" camshaft prior to install. All work was done by GM dealership in CA (Abel Chevrolet in Rio Vista) that specializes in aftermarket installs. I built this engine to go into my C6 that I ended up selling and threw it in the Silverado instead.

Engine dyno results
Peak power: 622.1 hp at 6,400 rpm
Peak torque: 558.3 lb-ft at 5,400 rpm
Average horsepower (3,000-6,500): 474.9 hp
Average torque (3,000-6,500): 519.7 lb-ft
Torque at 4,000 rpm: 511.7 lb-ft

Truck dyno'd 350hp/400tq at the wheels with the stock manifolds and stock camshaft. I have not had the truck on the dyno since adding the headers. I'm estimating it's near 370/415... with supplied 227/235 cam it should easily be 400/400+!

Appearance: truck has had body work and isn't perfectly straight. Has scratches which is expected for a 13 year old truck. This is a perfect truck to build up, daily drive or use as a work truck.

Needs? I never had time to install the new brakes and bleed the system. I fixed the wheel problem... the tire shop rebalanced the wheels and all is well.

*This truck would HIGHLY benefit from a 3200+ torque converter once the cam is installed. This Silverado is much quicker as is than my new GMC 6.2 CCSB Sierra for a third of the price.

Specifications:
LQ4 based forged 408 stroker 6k miles total
4.00-inch forged-steel crank, matching connecting rods, and forged, dish-top pistons from Probe Racing
(engine was $8000+ and comes with new BTR 227/235 115 LSA camshaft BNIB)
AFR 245cc heads with .650" springs
ARP studs and bolts
Texas Speed 1 3/4 stainless headers and y-pipe
New spark plugs
Flowmaster 40 series muffler
Tinted windows
4L60e transmission with stock converter
Stock truck intake manifold and throttle body
FAST 57lbs injectors
Spectre air intake kit
Freshly painted HD hood
New chrome bumper
Line-X bed liner
Kenwood bluetooth/USB/MP3 receiver
Rockford Fosgate 10" HX2 subwoofer w/Phoenix 300 watt amplifier
1.5" coil lift spacer
G80 locking rear end
Z85, HD trailering package
3.42 gears
Full power windows and door locks with third door
Always ran Mobil 1 synthetic oil
Bridgestone Dueler 275/55r20 tires with a lot of tread
20" chrome GMC wheels
Immaculate interior, no rips, etc
 

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All that work and it still has a clutchfan? this has to be a real sleeper.

Any upgrades to the trans?

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It had a stock rebuild near 100k. I have a receipt of it somewhere...

I originally built this for my C6 but sold the car. I sold the Fast 102 and cam and put this long block in the truck with a low lift 212/218 cam w/stock the truck intake manifold, etc. This setup is much quicker than my '11 GMC 6.2 with intake, tune and exhaust! I used the '00 as a reliable daily driver that made good power. The 5.3 at 16x,000 was getting tired and this motor already had a 24x and was just sitting in the garage :D

This truck with a Yank, FTI or PI 3200+ converter and the supplied Brian Tooley cam would be quick. A FAST LSXrt would be perfect too. The 227/235 has minimal overlap and would still be a "sleeper" if you raced it.

I planned to have RPM build a transmission and get a FTI 3600 converter after installing the 227 cam. I considered the FAST intake too. This is a perfect candidate for someone to finish my build or throw this in a RCSB and swap motors and sell for a profit.
 

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I want it so bad... but Im so broke... I already have two car notes... and I just depleted my toy fund with a new transmission for my truck.

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Man I love those heads, got them on my race car, made over 800hp on the dyno.
I have $3500 just in the heads alone. That engine probably cost as much as you are selling the whole truck for...
 
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