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    Time for 73 to go to a new home.

    The time has come for 73 to go to a new home. It's a brammo Atom II sequence #73. I put it all back to stock with a Factory GM Ecotec 2.0 Liter 300Hp 250 ft/lbs. Supercharged new 12592941 with a GM Stage 3 ecm. This is the ecm Brammo should have used. It has been a track only car for 7,450 miles. I'm not familiar with registering, so please refer to the forum from those who know more than me. I've begun the transformation even more back to stock reinstalling the factory lighting/signals, street tires etc. The closer I get to registrable I may register myself, then price will go up.

    I put a new fresh GM crate engine and GM clutch/pressure plate/flywheel back to stock to give the next owner factory new reliability.

    Car is well sorted out and track ready. I have extra stuff that I can discuss with potential buyer. I'd rather sell here than eBay. I will not sell to anywhere that the car requires a boat ride. $52,500 USD, I will consider enclosed trailer delivery for $1.50 one way mile.


    GM Ecotec 2.0 Liter 300hp 250 ft/lbs. Supercharged New 12592941 with GM Stage 3 ecm 1hr run time

    New GM Clutch Pressure Plate and Disc with New Flywheel 1hr run time (balanced assembly)

    Billet remote thermostat

    Unique Fabricating Billet Aluminum rear uprights, with fresh bearings.

    Perrin air cleaner with Trailblazer MAF

    Custom Maxwell Industries Stainless Header/Coast Race muffler with removable Supertrapp attachment

    Modified factory Alumium baffled fuel tank with new pump to prevent high G slosh.

    Custom intercooler radiator/surge tank/Upgraded bosch pump The only one that actually works.

    Alcon Race Brake Package

    Adjustable Spring Platform Dampers

    Billet Aluminum Steering Rack

    Quick Release Steering Wheel Hub

    Red Body Panels

    Standard Fenders

    Standard Dash Cover

    15" Front / 16" Rear - 12 Spoke - Silver Team Dynamics

    205/50R15 Front, 225/45R16 Rear slicks -Used

    Roll Protection Bar

    Fire Extinguisher Kit

    Remote Brake Bias Adjuster

    Battery Master Switch

    SPA Race Mirrors

    3" Competition 6 Point Belts Driver/Passenger

    3" Competition Seat Belt Pads Driver/Passenger

    Billet Aluminum Accelerator Pedal

    Passenger footrest & Driver Dead pedal

    Road Race Lighting Kit/front signals

    Dual Fiberglass tub seating

    SPA analog dash



    **Not registered in Alaska, novelty plate for conversation starter.. **
    Last edited by Positron; October 21, 2014 at 06:39 PM.
    AtomII #73 for sale, PM for details.

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    Last edited by Positron; August 23, 2013 at 09:11 PM.
    AtomII #73 for sale, PM for details.

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    I bet I can help anyone get this through the registration process in California with the new motor - if you buy as a non-operational roller and have the Manufacturer's Certificate or Origin and paperwork for the new motor, blower, clutch, etc.

    IE you would be buying a non-operational kit, and finishing the kit yourself (even if that means plugging in the fuel pump or something).

    No promises, I'm not a professional, etc. but with the new driveline it's no different from how I got my Atom registered (I bought my own motor and installed myself).

    Cheers,
    Jason
    2011 Ariel Atom Not Supercharged
    2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged

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    Had a great day at Fontana car ran well and passed shake out test, it's ready to run. FYI Nascar running there this weekend for those who follow.

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    Coast muffler sounded better than I thought.
    AtomII #73 for sale, PM for details.

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    Nascar is at Bristol this weekend,Fontana the weekend of the 24th. Muffler does sound nice. How come those Subies always sound so good?
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    The power of an Atom is a terrible thing to waste! Atom owner/operator since 2007. The more you chase perfection,the faster it becomes. John Force for President! (I asked him once in person...he laughed)

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    Your right, wishful thinking on my part. Just finished track prep on Radical for the same weekend at Chuckwalla. Must mean I'm antsy to go..

    Sorry Subi's sound like motorboats to me, I'm fond of big block chevy's.

    When I grow up, I'd buy one of these just for the sound. This is mandatory viewing, along with the chase scene from Bullit, the night before trackday.
    McLaren M6 lap at Laguna Seca - YouTube
    AtomII #73 for sale, PM for details.

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    Noting wrong with the sound of a motorboat! Built Subies have a distinct baritone sound,unlike the ricey Honda,and sad to say..Atom. I'm partial to the wonderful sound of the Ford 351 Cleveland at about 9k.rpms...especially coming out the back of a Pantera. That Mac is to die for,superb sounding SBC...but alas..no spare million dollars around here...
    Last edited by MadMaxAtom; March 13, 2013 at 09:38 AM.
    The power of an Atom is a terrible thing to waste! Atom owner/operator since 2007. The more you chase perfection,the faster it becomes. John Force for President! (I asked him once in person...he laughed)

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    The only motorboat worth having is one of Eddie Hill's and they are technically more motor than boat.
    AtomII #73 for sale, PM for details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Positron View Post
    Sorry Subi's sound like motorboats to me, I'm fond of big block chevy's.
    Put a big block Chevy in your boat, and now you're talking!
    Rogers, Arkansas
    My Atoms are gone to new homes ...

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    You mean like 540 cubic inch Big Block Chevy's?



    Do you care for normally aspirated?

    Or Supercharged?

    Eddie
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