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    FOR SALE: LS-powered Stalker. Very well-sorted, turnkey, street / track-ready with spares and extras. Over 3,000 build / event history photos along with all receipts and part numbers dating 2006-present. Following what has been many years of enjoyment, it’s time to move on to a new father-son project with my eldest; you only get to raise them once.

    While this car is street legal and very easy to drive on the street, the function and theme of the car will appeal more to the hardcore driver whose aspiration is more toward HPDE events with the occasional cars and coffee, cruise night or Sunday afternoon drive along a favorite back road thrown in for additional fun.

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    Brief History:


    • 2006 – purchased new in kit-form from Dennis Brunton as chassis #85
    • Titled as a 1964 Lotus 7
    • Originally built using a GM 3.8L supercharged L67 V6 and Camaro V6 5-speed transmission
    • 2008 – car sold to Mike Sharkey
    • While in Mike’s care, the car was sent to Scott Minehart of Stalker Cars where the L67 was replaced by a 2004 Cadillac CTS-V LS6 and a TKO 5-speed
    • Mike ran the car at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) (first track event for the car)
    • 2012 – car purchased back from Mike Sharkey
    • Between 2012 and 2015 the car underwent several modifications geared toward improved track performance while not sacrificing drivability on the street
    • 2015 – accident at Texas World Speedway (TWS) which resulted in a complete rebuild (rebuild completed in 2017) using a new, upgraded classic chassis built by Scott Minehart (other upgrades / modifications were also completed during the rebuild and are indicated below with an *)
    • Prior to the rebuild, the car saw a combination of street / HPDE track duty at VIR, Cresson Motorsport Ranch (MSR Cresson), New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP), Circuit of the Americas (COTA) and TWS
    • Post rebuild HPDE events have included VIR, NJMP, Barber Motorsports Park (Barber) and Eagles Canyon Raceway (ECR)
    • To reiterate, the function and theme of the current build is designed more for track oriented driving with the car remaining very drivable on the street


    A Glance at the Car

    *Chassis (new in 2015 by Stalker Cars):


    • *Full roll-cage, redesigned with driver and passenger side impact bars
    • *Classic chassis with widened transmission tunnel designed to accommodate a variety of transmissions such as the TKO 500/600, T-56 or 700R
    • *Reinforced lower front a-arm brackets
    • Powder coated black and green


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    Basic Construction:


    • Car constructed using a combination of locks nuts wherever a nut/ bolt fastener was required
    • Aluminum lock nuts and aluminum bolts were used whereever higher grade hardware was not required with the objective being to reduce overall vehicle weight; mounting examples are radiator, carbon fiber wings, air-oil separator
    • Aluminum body panels attached using assorted sized aluminum rivets
    • Where component mounting would not allow for the use of a bolt / nut fastener, rivet nuts and machine screws were used and secured with blue Loctite blue threadlocker 242 (no self-tapping screws in this build)


    • All suspension components are mounted using aircraft grade -AN bolts and lock nuts from Aircraft Spruce (all suspension bolts have the required specific grip length to ensure no premature wear on bolt / component surface)


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    *Engine:


    • *GM 6.2 L / 376 c.i.d. LS V8. Built in 2017 specifically for road / track duty by SNL Performance
    • *GM L92/ LS3 aluminum short block (purchased new from SNL Performance)
    • LS6 (243 castings) heads with Total Engine Airflow Stage 2 porting which consists of


    • - 2.04 and 1.57 Ferrea intake and exhaust valves
    • - Custom PAC dual .650 spring and Titanium retainers
    • - Full CNC ported 229cc intake and 84cc exhaust ports
    • - Custom 4 angle intake / radiused exhaust valve job
    • - Hand finishing of Valve job into Porting
    • - Standard 67cc CNC Chamber
    • - Deck surface finished with CBN cutter for ultimate surface finish
    • - Blueprint assembly in which all spring heights and pressures are checked


    • *GM LS7 lifters
    • *ARP head bolts
    • *Custom ground camshaft (227 / 230 .641 / .600 111+3) Callies core
    • * LSX ported / shimmed oil pump
    • * FAST LSXR 102mm intake manifold
    • * Nick Williams 102mm cable-driven throttle body with Lokar stainless steel braided throttle cable
    • * Manley Performance 7.4" hardened push rods
    • * Racetronix 42lb injectors
    • * NGK TR6 plugs (gapped at .035)
    • Taylor sparkplug wire set with burn-proof silver heats socks
    • *Improved Racing aluminum crank scraper / windage tray combo
    • GM Fox body oil pan with Improved Racing aluminum baffle
    • *Lightweight aluminum coil mounts
    • Canton Racing Products Accusump three-quart oil accumulator setup comprised of


    • - 35psi electric switch (on-track protection during high G loading; switch activates at ≤ 35psi engine oil pressure)
    • - Manual shutoff ball-valve
    • - Plumbed with Earl's Swivel-Seal 10-AN fittings, Pro-Lite 350 braided hose
    • - Dash-mounted LED activation light (LED light flashes with 35psi switch activation)


    • *PennGrade 5W30 partial synthetic high performance oil; car requires 5.5 quarts for street use (Accusump empty and manual shutoff valve closed) and 8 quarts for track use (Accusump manual shutoff valve open, Accusump pre-charged to 10psi and filled with 2-2.5 quarts)
    • *Custom headers with 1 7/8” primaries
    • Flowmaster Hushpower mufflers
    • * Jet-Hot ceramic coating on headers and exhaust (Electric Blue)
    • * Headers and mufflers wrapped with Design Engineering Titanium exhaust wrap
    • *Stock GM computer with custom tune
    • *Speed density tune (tuned at SNL Performance on 93 octane; 501rwhp / 485 rwtq)


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    Cooling:


    • Car runs in the neighborhood of 180˚F highway with fan off and 180˚F in town with fan on
    • All HPDE events have been run with the fan off with the exception of the cool down lap (no overheating issues with this car)
    • *C&R Racing custom aluminum radiator with Spal 14” pusher fan (fan mounting integrated into radiator design by C&R Racing)
    • * C&R Racing 22psi billet aluminum radiator cap
    • *2:1 mixture of distilled water / Prestone GM Dex-Cool antifreeze
    • *16 ounces of hy-per lube Super Coolant (one bottle)
    • *Oil cooler from Smileys Racing, comprised of


    • - Improved Racing EGM-106 low-profile oil cooler adapter
    • - Earl’s Ultrapro one-way check valve
    • - Plumbed with Earl’s Swivel-Seal 8-AN fittings and Pro-Lite 350 braided hose


    • Various NACA vents
    • Hood vents


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    Transmission, Clutch and Bellhousing:


    • Tremec TKO 600 transmission built by, and purchased new from, Liberty Gears which includes


    • - Surface Enhancement Processed Hubs & Sliders
    • - Carbon Fiber Blocking Rings—2nd, 3rd & 4th Gear
    • - Face Plate Engagement Conversion—2nd, 3rd & 4th Gear
    • - Bronze Shift Fork Pads
    • - Internal Shift Linkage Upgrade
    • - Liberty’s Exclusive Threaded Front Cluster Bearing Support
    • - Mopar SAE 75W-85 synthetic manual transmission lubricant (as recommended by Liberty Gears)


    • * Monster Clutch LT1-S twin disk setup with lightweight flywheel and billet release support bearing
    • Tilton hydraulic release bearing with stainless steel braided clutch lines
    • Wilwood cutch master cylinder
    • Holley Quick Time steel bellhousing


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    Steering, Front Suspension and Brakes:


    • Custom Colman Racing steering rack with QA1 self-sealing rod ends (heim joints)
    • Custom built steering shaft assembly with Borgeson aluminum u-joints, steel shafts and flange support bearings
    • Modified GM S-10 spindles (modified per Wilwood to accept Wilwood brake kit)
    • 3" ” x 20 screw-in wheel studs
    • GM bolt pattern (5” x 4 ”)
    • *GAZ bump / rebound-adjustable aluminum coil overs (rebuildable) with 600lb springs
    • Wilwood S-10 front brake kit with BP10 brake pads
    • Stainless steel braided front brake lines


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    Driveshaft, Rear-end, Rear Suspension and Brakes:


    • Custom aluminum driveshaft by FastShafts with central safety loop
    • GM S-10 solid axle (*2017 rebuild with new axle seals and new pinion seal) which consists of


    • - Four-link / panhard bar setup with QA1 self-sealing rod ends
    • - GM (99 Camaro SS) 7.5” 28-spline Torsen LSD differential with 3.23:1 gears
    • - Valvoline High Performance 75W-90 gear oil
    • - Moser Engineering axles with 3" ” x 20 screw-in wheel studs
    • - GM bolt pattern (5” x 4 ”)


    • * GAZ bump / rebound-adjustable aluminum coil overs (rebuildable) with 300lb springs
    • GM Grand Am GT disk brakes
    • Stainless steel braided rear brake lines


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    Fuel Delivery:




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    Electrical:


    • *Painless Performance 21 circuit wiring harness (car fitted with new electrical system during rebuild)
    • *All wiring covered with Painless Performance ClassicBraid
    • * Fuse block mounted on aluminum panel above passenger-side footwell for easy access
    • *All wiring soldered (no butt connectors) and all connections shrink wrapped
    • *All wiring sleeved to prevent chaffing in critical areas
    • *All grounds mounted with machine screws (no self-tapping screws)
    • *All grounds mounted at the following five locations on the car: lower left-front frame rail, lower right-front frame rail, right-rear of engine-to-frame rail, underneath right-hand cowl, and right-rear frame rail
    • *All wiring from fuse block distributed along center / right side of car for better weight distribution
    • Lightweight Nippondenso alternator (zero issues, charges well)
    • 5.75” round headlights with blue lenses and bulbs
    • *LED turn signals front and rear
    • LED tail lights / brake lights
    • Painless Performance LED flasher (plug and play; designed to work with LED turn signals)
    • Exterior master cutoff switch (right-rear of car); cuts off all power to the car
    • Interior cutoff switch (located on transmission tunnel in passenger side); cuts off all power to the car except for the GM computer memory
    • Braille lightweight AGM battery (18.5lb)


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    Interior:


    • Dual Ultra Shield road race seats
    • * Racequip 6-point camlock harnesses with bolt-in dual sub belts, bolt-in 3” pullup lap belts and wraparound 2” shoulder harnesses that accommodate Hans / FHR devices
    • Autometer Ultra-Lite II gauges with LED back lighting (160mph speedometer, tachometer, oil pressure, oil temp, water temp, volts)
    • Autometer LED dimmer for dash lights (under-dash mount)
    • high / low headlight switch (under-dash mount)
    • Single, lightweight horn with under-dash pushbutton activation
    • LED Shift light
    • LED low oil pressure light
    • Accusump 35psi activation switch light (flashing LED)
    • Left / right / neutral three-position LED turn signal toggle switch (not self-cancelling)
    • Pro-5.0 shifter
    • * Steeda Tri-ax forged aluminum shifter handle
    • Wildwood clutch / brake floor-mounted pedal assembly
    • Cable operated throttle pedal mounted to firewall frame
    • Grant 13” GT Performance steering wheel with yellow top marker
    • Grant quick-release hub
    • *Vented footwells for improved cooling during warm weather driving (car does not overheat in footwell area)
    • Fire extinguisher (passenger-side floor board)


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    Other:


    • Four windshield / windscreen combinations:


    • - Low-profile, full-length, half-height Lexan windshield
    • - Brooklands
    • - Carbon fiber aero screen
    • - Full-length, full-height Lexan windshield which sits atop the carbon fiber aero screen; best combination for street driving, but functions nicely on track as well (car pictured with the windshield / aero screen combination installed)
    • *SPA Technique carbon fiber Formula F1 side mirrors with convex lens
    • SPA Technique high impact nylon rearview mirror with convex lens


    • Tilton three-chamber remote hydraulic reservoir
    • Moroso oil-air separator (catch can)
    • 1500psi panel-mount on / off valve for parking brake from McMaster-Carr (located low on driver’s side transmission tunnel cover)
    • Front / rear aluminum fenders (modified for weight reduction and louvered to reduced lift)
    • Dual hood support strut rods
    • Aluminum diffuser


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    Stalker V8, chassis #85

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    For the Track:




    • Wheels were built specifically for this car
    • Staggered pattern


    • 16 x 12 rear
    • 16 x 10 front
    • Both front and rear wheels were built using 15 forged center sections for reduced un-sprung weight and improved acceleration
    • One set mounted with Avon A11 compound bias ply slicks (10.0/23.5-16 front / 11.0/23.5-16 rear) with 50-60% rubber
    • One set mounted with Hoosier 75A compound radials (23.5x11.R16 front and 23.5x12.0R16 rear) with 60-70% rubber




    • Mounted with Hoosier radials with 60-70% rubber


    • Two spare 16 Hoosier (rear) radials with 90% rubber
    • One set of 16 (front and rear) Avon bias ply slicks


    • New and properly stored
    • A11 compound
    • Staggered pattern
    • Front and rear tires with 100% rubber
    • No scrub-in and zero heat cycles


    • All slicks are bagged and stored inside when not being used
    • Carbon fiber front and rear wings with Gurney flaps (thank you, Dan Gurney) for added down force
    • Aluminum undertray incorporated into front carbon fiber wing mount with carbon fiber NACA vents to aid in reduced on-track oil cooler temperature


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    For the Street:




    • Staggered pattern
    • 17 x 8 front with custom backspacing, mounted with Toyo Proxes-r1r 225/45ZR-17 Extreme Performance summer tires (99% tread)
    • 17 x 9.5 rear with custom backspacing, mounted with Toyo Proxes-r1r 255/40ZR-17 Extreme Performance summer tires (95% tread)


    • One set of Center Line Legend Series Lazer II wheels
    • Originally polished aluminum, powder coated matt black


    • 17x8 front mounted with Nitto NT01 225/45ZR-17 competition road course tires
    • 17x9.5 rear mounted with Nitto NT01 255/40ZR-17 competition road course tires
    • Powder coat on wheels could use a refreshing, but still very presentable
    • Tires still have minimal tread, but would recommend replacing with a more wet-road friendly tire


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    Spares:


    • Alternator, new in box
    • Front fenders, new, unused (fiberglass utilizing a lightweight resin)
    • Walbro inline fuel pump, new in box
    • Various miscellaneous parts


    Price: $43,900.00. Please pm with interest.

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    Wow! Shane! Is there a new project? Are you "settling down" etc.?
    This is an incredible amount of car for a extremely reasonable price.
    I can't believe it won't quickly sell.
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    I’ve had a ride in this car “pre” Texas event, and it was one of the finest engineered 7 I’ve seen. I’m sure now it’s even better.It’s a beast on track, been passed by it many times..LOL... Good Luck Shane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitcat View Post
    Wow! Shane! Is there a new project? Are you "settling down" etc.?
    This is an incredible amount of car for a extremely reasonable price.
    I can't believe it won't quickly sell.
    Mike, my son and I want to take our 99 Miata and turn it into a track car...his idea. I’d never put him in the Stalker...too, too much car. The sale is not a knee jerk reaction; been discussed in my household for the past year. I had one more objective with the Stalker; for my son and I to get on track together. That happened at ECR; time for the next adventure.

    The Miata will teach my son how to drive....momentum. Time is flying and my days for a father-son project are quickly passing by. Now is the time to make it happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcarguy View Post
    The Miata will teach my son how to drive....momentum. Time is flying and my days for a father-son project are quickly passing by. Now is the time to make it happen.
    Personally, I think this is brilliant. You have have to go for it. Will also teach an old dog new tricks to stay competitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S1Steve View Post
    I’ve had a ride in this car “pre” Texas event, and it was one of the finest engineered 7 I’ve seen. I’m sure now it’s even better.It’s a beast on track, been passed by it many times..LOL... Good Luck Shane.
    Thanks, Steve. That was a fun time we had at NJMP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Croc View Post
    Personally, I think this is brilliant. You have have to go for it. Will also teach an old dog new tricks to stay competitive.
    LOL! Maybe I’ll finally learn how to drive!
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    My son and I went half's on a 1990 Miata that we got from a friend. A former HPDE set-up. It was for him to learn how to drive a stick and he has.
    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coffee break View Post
    My son and I went half's on a 1990 Miata that we got from a friend. A former HPDE set-up. It was for him to learn how to drive a stick and he has.
    All the best.
    Thanks, coffee.
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