Hello I have a 2008 Cobalt SS that has literally 22,000 miles on it (this is my daily driver so the miles may go up but no more than 1k, it was built by ZZPerformance at 15k miles with a 1 year warranty on the engine and transmission!
The car makes 458WHP on a Mustang Dyno at 27.3 psi ON 93 OCTANE! I have the dyno sheet and the invoice for all the work that went into this car. Everything on this car is over kill for 450whp, It could easily make more on e85 and the motor is build for a safe 800whp. You could max out the turbo and never be near the breaking point for any part of the powertrain! This car is the love of my life and I honestly do not want to get rid of it but I need out of debt so I can afford a new home!
This car is daily drivable, I drive it about 60 miles a day to work and back
My car is emaculent in every way and runs perfect so no low balling!
Test drives are welcome but only with cash in hand
2.1 girdled ZZP block 3rd Gen built to handle 50psi or 1000 hp
wiseco 8.8-1 ratio pistons
4140 ZZP rods rated at 800hp
ZZP neutral balance shafts
Comp Cams with larger fuel lobe
ZZP 82lbs valve springs
ZZP engine mount
Precision 5858 dual ceramic ball bearing CEA turbo with a .63 a/r
Treadstone stage 4 turbo kit
3inch treadstone exhaust (turbo back)
Injen 3inch cold air intake
ZZP charge pipes
Custom ZZP boost controller with toggle switch in car with settings for 14psi and 27psi
Dual Aeroforce interceptor scan gauges (cant see them in the pic)
ZZP stage 2 transmission with cryo treated gears that are shimmed and an LSD differential
4.45 final drive
ZZP Trans mounts
Drilled, slotted, and zinc coated rotors on all four corners
Victory red paint with 20% window tint
SSC lowering springs with 1.5 inch drop
Plasti Dipped rims matte black
Custom vinyl victory red colored eyelids on headlights
Custom Tinted brake lights
Custom painted dash trim
Premium Pioneer 6 cd or mp3 headunit with aux for Ipod, speakers, and tweeters
Custom leather victory red ported subwoofer box with SS emblem
Two 12inch Kicker CVX subs
3000 watt Boss amp
10k farad Boss capacitor
Black fuzzy dice lol
recently had a check engine light for the evap solenoid, it came on that one time and went away, hasn't returned since and its been about a month ago
If you have any questions please feel free to message me
Chevrolet Cobalt for Sale
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Our apologies to those who've seen this before, but for the rest of the class, how awesome are these pictures of the Vert-A-Pac shipping system General Motors came up with to ship the Chevrolet Vega back in the 1970s? Developed along with Southern Pacific Railroad, GM was able to double the amount of Vega models it could ship by packing them into the unique storage cars vertically.
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