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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe - $4,350

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condition: fair
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: other
odometer: 97000
paint color: black
title status: rebuilt
transmission: manual
type: coupe
I have for sale a 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe.

The Good:
Only 97k miles on the chassis.
Lower Mileage BK2 Block. (~25k miles) (I have the receipt somewhere.)
Parked in winter.
Haltech Platinum Pro Standalone
Injector Dynamics 1050x Injectors
340lph Fuel pump
Tuned for E85. (Have a "storage" tune for it that I use to park it in the winter with 93 octane in it.)
ACT Flywheel and organic clutch disc.
New Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 tires. (<1000miles)
Solo Performance full exhaust
ISR Turbo Kit that allows for EVO 9 turbos to be fitted to this engine.
New Kinugawa 20g EVO9 CHRA turbo (<500miles on it)
In-dash tablet with OBD data display

The Bad:
Rebuilt title.
Engine has a knock that's either; bottom end, timing chain, or flywheel. I have been busy with other projects to dive too much deeper at this time. I do not see any bearing material on the dipstick but I haven't drained the oil yet either.
Tune driveability needs some work on the low end. I've massaged some of it out but I'd recommend some more logging and tuning.
Needs a wheel speed sensor.
Either needs the TPMS reprogrammed or another one has gone bad. (CostCo had to replace a sensor then that sensor leaked so they replaced it again and I'm assuming they forgot to resync it because this issue popped up right after.)
The clips holding the HVAC controls in are broken.

I have MISC parts to go with it as well. Mostly the old stuff I took off and some odds and ends I never got around to putting on. Also have the original motor that is core only. (#4 started drinking coolant. It's been sitting since 2017.)

Reason for sale is this car no longer brings me joy. It's been a continuous uphill battle since I got the thing in 2017 and my time and money invested has never made adequate returns to my enjoyment of the car.
I also got into performance EV's and I have my eye on one I want.

We've had the boost up to around 23lbs and it was making 335hp and 365ft/lbs on the old turbo and before I upgraded the fuel pump wiring.
Should have all the hardware to make 400whp. Just haven't gotten it back to the dyno due to the aforementioned mechanical noise.
Still runs and drives but for how much longer I am unsure.

No trades, please.

post id: 7758281840

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