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I have a red 2003 Corvette Z06 with a Lingenfelter Performance Engineering heads and cam package on it.

I'm looking at buying a single turbo MKIV once I get it sold, so if anyone would be interested in trading one for the vette, then I would look into it.

I will also sell it outright for $38,000. So that would be a good reference point on what kind of difference I would be looking at based on what the car I would be trading it for is priced.

2003 Lingenfelter Corvette Z06

Heads/Cam 350 CID Package

Red exterior
Torch red/black interior
52,000 miles
Never smoked in
Garage kept
431 RWHP

This is a truely amazing car. I have enjoyed owning, but have decided to move on to something cheaper and more practical. I have never had any issues since I bought this car and do not expect that the future owner will have any for years to come.

The Corvette Z06 is already an amazing car, but this one has been modified by the famous Lingenfelter Performance Engineering team before John Lingenfelter's passing.

LPE no longer offers the package that was installed on this car, and instead only offer lower horsepower packages unless you step up to the supercharged or twin turbo packages.

The package installed on this car was their 550 HP 350 CID (cubic inch displacement) all-motor package. Since they no longer offer this package, it is no longer listed on their site, however it is the same as their current 480 HP package.

Here is a link to the package that LPE now offers for the Z06: http://lingenfelter.com/pack_cor_c5_350zo6.htm

It includes:
Engine removal, inspection and disassembly
Lingenfelter CNC porting & polishing of LS6 cylinder heads
Port matched ZO6 intake manifold
Ported and polished throttle body
Competition Cams double valve springs , titanium valve spring retainers & locks
2.02" / 1.57"Stainless steel intake/exhaust valves
Three angle valve job, set correct spring tensions & heights
Lingenfelter designed hydraulic roller camshaft
Modified oil pump assembly
160 degree thermostat
Professional installation, testing and pcm tuning
All necessary gaskets, fluids and bolts
Blackwing washable air inlet system
Chassis dyno testing after installation

2001 - 2004 Corvette Package Price: $6,895.00

Required additions:
Stainless steel 1 3/4" long tube headers with adapters $889.00
ASP Underdrive pulley kit with belts $369.00

In addition to the work done by LPE, the car also has GHL exhuast from the headers back. This exhaust system is about $1200 by itself and sounds amazing with the LPE cam.

The car dynoed 431 rwhp and 378 rwtq on the LPE dyno after the dyno tuning session.

To help keep this car on the road, I have put BFG drag radial tires on the rear wheels on the car. These tires are stickier than normal tires and provide better grip that a normal street tire.

The car has never been in an kind of an accident that I know of, has been taken care of very well, garage kept, and never abused.

The pictures really speak for themselves on the condition of this car. I have included some picture to help show the condition of the paint.

Buyer can either come pick this car up, in which case I could pick the buyer up from the airport, or the buyer may arrange to have the car shipped. I will help however I can to assist the buyer in shipping the car.

Please email me at [email protected] or call me at 417-268-8233 with questions. My name is Cory. If I don't answer when you call please leave a message and I will call you back as soon as I can.

Some of the first pictures were pictures taken during photo shoots with a local photographer, so please excuse the different look the some of the first pictures have from the rest. A few of the picture had been taken at other times, but all picture represent how the car looks as it sits right now.










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Wow 19yrs old and you have this car, congrats! That is one swheet Z06 best of luck and hope to welcome you into the "promised land" of the 2jzgte soon.
 

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g2000 said:
Nice Z06 man!


But expect to pay top dollar for Supra performance parts also!
Lol. Yeah, i've kinda moved away from the cheaper and more practical plan.
 

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If you are Interested In buying a mint condition Supra after you sell your vette, let me know...... I might be selling my supra soon!

Red/Tan 97 15 anniversary 6spd 48,000miles perfect condition!

$39,000
 

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I have to have a single turbo. I would be going that route anyways so I don't want to go through the hassle of having it all done since there is no good supra shops around here.

Plus I wouldn't want to single a 48,000 supra. That thing should be kept mostly stock.
 

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Keeping a Supra Stock is really hard! With only 48,000 miles on the clock, the engine is so fresh & clean it does very well when you upgrade to a Small PT61 Single.

I just installed a PT61 Turbo kit last month with no other mods. The PT61 is almost close to a stock twin set up, just a little more aggressive...the car made 486HP @14PSI on pump gas & 503HP @18PSI on pump gas..... I could just Imagine what it would make with a Fuel system and Race Gas...............


Good Luck on your future Supra Purchase.
 

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CannibalCobra said:
I have to have a single turbo. I would be going that route anyways so I don't want to go through the hassle of having it all done since there is no good supra shops around here.

Plus I wouldn't want to single a 48,000 supra. That thing should be kept mostly stock.

Now that's funny :rolleyes:
 

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JamesN1830 said:
Now that's funny :rolleyes:
what shop is there around here that specializes in supras? i know i could take it somewhere else or do it myself, but i'm tired of working on cars myself right now, and i'd ather have a reputable supra shop work on it than a regular speed shop.
 

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CannibalCobra said:
since there is no good supra shops around here.

WOW!!!! :takethat: Who said that its gotta be a shop specializing in supras. I could... no, I DO have the fastest TRUE street car in southwest MO and probably the surrounding states, and it was done by a local shop, 417 Motorsports. All I can do is brag about the quality of the workmanship done there. I believe you know that JamesN1830 has had work done there as wll and has been very pleased. I know you don't like Blake, but seriously you are being hard-headed and will wasting money trying to get work done elsewhere.
 

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WOW!!!! :takethat: Who said that its gotta be a shop specializing in supras. I could... no, I DO have the fastest TRUE street car in southwest MO and probably the surrounding states, and it was done by a local shop, 417 Motorsports. All I can do is brag about the quality of the workmanship done there. I believe you know that JamesN1830 has had work done there as wll and has been very pleased. I know you don't like Blake, but seriously you are being hard-headed and will wasting money trying to get work done elsewhere.
i guess if i took a potentially 9 sec supra to him then he'd work on it quick and do a good job. as long as he's interested in the car he's working on he does amazing work. i know he's done the work on yours and james's cars and they're both VERY fast. as long as he can respect me and my car then i would be willing to let him work on it. maybe once that cobra runs deep into the 10's then he'll give in and lighten up on me.
 
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