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Thread: CMC #5 for sale, $11k

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    CMC #5 for sale, $11k

    Engine
    5.3L aluminum block LS1, rebuilt with only three events, intake and exhaust restrictors to allow easy adjustment to CMC legal power, aluminum 2 pass radiator with electric fan and all hoses silicone, Derale oil cooler with electric fan, remote oil filter reservoir, all oil lines braided stainless steel with AN fittings, Howell Automotive engine wiring harness (no factory wiring anywhere), Fuel Safe 15 gal fuel cell with Holley fuel pickup mat brand new, Walbro external fuel pump brand new, Holley fuel pressure regulator with gauge brand new, all fuel lines braided steel with AN fittings"

    Transmission
    T-56, rebuilt with only three events, hydraulic clutch line converted to AN fittings on both sides and includes bleeder valve at the master cylinder. "

    Rear End
    Detroit True Track LSD, 4.10 gears, Strange C-clip eliminator bearings and heavy duty axles. Axle was ""toed"" and ""cambered"" professionally. Rebuilt three events ago "

    Brakes
    Front: Wilwood four piston Superlite front calipers with proper piston sizes to match master cylinder, Wilwood aluminum hubs, 12.2"" rotors (circle track rotors, very cheap replacements), custom brake cooling ducts to run 3"" diameter duct hoses
    Rear: LT1 calipers, Wilwood aluminum hubs, Wilwood rotors
    Master cylinder and booster three events old"

    Suspension and Steering:
    Front - Global West spherical bearings on lower control arms, recent ball joint replacement, Bilstein dampers rebuilt by Unbalanced Engineering with digressive valving and tuned specifically for 4th gen with this spring rate, threaded spring collars, urethane bushings for sway bar, custom made front hubs that use 3rd Gen 1LE camaro bearings (rebuild the hub in minutes and less than $20!)

    Rear - Spherical rod end custom control arms and panhard bar, Bilstein dampers rebuilt by Unbalanced Engineering with digressive valving and tuned specifically for 4th gen with this spring rate, urethane bushings for sway bar

    Steering:
    Custom valved power steering pump to reduce flow four events old, fluid runs through cooler built into the radiator, aluminum pump pulley, aluminum reservoir, all lines braided with AN fittings, rack is four events old"

    Other:
    Kirkey 17"" full containment seat, removeable steering wheel, water temp, oil temp, oil pressure gauges, electronic tachometer includes customizeable shift lights, low oil pressure warning light, custom ballast system to easily allow adjusting weight up and down, Racepak G2X data logger and lap timer with dash"

    Spares:
    steering rack, engine belt, three sets of aluminum camaro SS ten spoke wheels, new rear rotors, multiple sets of brake pads front and rear, different sway bars, multiple sets of front and rear springs, torque arm and torque arm mount,right and left side upper control arm, lower control arm, spindle/upright, multiple wheel spacers to allow getting max track width at any alignment setting"

    The Bad please read :
    Car hit a wall going backwards in 2004 and repair involved cutting the car in half and replacing everything from the driver seat rearward. This was done at a pro shop, frame is square and car is true. The rear tubes do not land in the right best spot on the floor (just forward of the shock).
    Al Fernandez
    CMC National Director

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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby ShadowBolt's Avatar
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    So are you changing classes or quitting?

    JJ

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    Never quitting, just looking to drive a different car and need to free up some resources to do so
    Al Fernandez
    CMC National Director

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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby RichardP's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Fernandez View Post
    Never quitting, just looking to drive a different car and need to free up some resources to do so
    See, even the national director thinks he needs to switch to a Mustang... :-)

    Richard P.

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    I don't own a CMC car but always keep an eye on what is current and what is going on with the rules.

    Is a camber and toed rear end legal? It was my understanding it wasn't, but maybe I've got this wrong.

    GLWS

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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby Fbody383's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shortcutsleeping
    Is a camber and toed rear end legal?
    Camber yes, I believe toe no. Not in the rules that you can, so you cannot.

    Quote Originally Posted by CMC Rules
    6.33.10 Maximum rear camber on all cars is 0.6 degrees negative.
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    CMC-NT01 FTW!

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    Rear toe has to be within factory tolerance
    Al Fernandez
    CMC National Director

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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Fernandez View Post
    Rear toe has to be within factory tolerance
    So how much toe does the factory allow? Don't think rules give any specific on rear toe like they do for camber for either platform so sounds like another area that could be exploited and needs to be addressed this year.
    Bryan Leinart
    CMC #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanL View Post
    So how much toe does the factory allow? Don't think rules give any specific on rear toe like they do for camber for either platform so sounds like another area that could be exploited and needs to be addressed this year.
    I'm gonna try +2* rear toe next time I'm out!

    - Sook
    CMC #50

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    Brian, just for you I’m sure the officials will make an exception and allow you to run as much toe as you want.

    For the rest of us...there are literally tons of areas where cmc states the part has to be OEM spec but does not state what that spec is. All that said, GM spec for the rear toe of a 4th gen is 0 +/- 0.3 degrees, which translates to something like 0.25”...far more than anyone would want.
    Al Fernandez
    CMC National Director

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