2009 Cobalt SS Turbo
I've owned this vehicle since May of 2012. I am the third owner and purchased it with 50,000 miles. In June of 2014 the stock LNF motor went and the vehicle sat inside for about
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Location: Bismarck, ND
2009 Cobalt SS Turbo
I've owned this vehicle since May of 2012. I am the third owner and purchased it with 50,000 miles. In June of 2014 the stock LNF motor went and the vehicle sat inside for about a year until a new motor was ordered and installed. It has a fully built LDK longblock that was built through zzperformance and was then installed locally at Reidman's Automotive in the summer of 2015.
-Ecotec 4340 connecting rods
-ZZP neutral balance shafts
-82# valve springs w/ titanium retainers
-Stage 2 cams
-5th injector kit w/ controller
-ZZP charge piping w/ atmospheric BOV
-ZZP 50mm bov
-ZZP front mount intercooler
-K&N short ram intake
-ZZP 3 inch catless downpipe to muffler delete
-ZFR 6758 turbo
-Tuned on full e85
-Summit white w/ evo mod
-Retrofit headlights w/ amber halo rings & red demon eyes
-Brembo brake calipers painted gold
-LED tail lights
-Eibach lowering springs
-Drilled & slotted rotors
-Hawk brake pads front & rear
-Nitto NT05 tires front & rear
The interior of the vehicle is mostly stock other than being pre-wired for subs. The radio is also factory, but I can include a Pioneer App radio that was previously installed but unfortunately quit working.
I love this car, but I don't drive it enough to feel the need to keep it around anymore. The motor build through ZZP was roughly $10,000 and the installation was around $3,000. I have a lot of time and money invested into this car and I will not sell to just anyone, it is tuned for 28 psi and has around 450 whp (never put on a dyno so number is not exact) but that being said this is not a suitable vehicle for a first car or a year round car. When the motor was ordered i had intentions on using it for track which lead me to the ZFR 6758. The spool time was close to stock, but much more power behind it. I am in absolutely no rush to sell and test drives will be given by me until cash is in hand.
The motor has around 5,000 to 6,000 miles and went through a proper break in period.
Current mileage of the vehicle is 78,272 and will most likely stay there since it is rarely driven.