Author: IBxAnders

Worn Wire Loom Behind Battery Tray

While replacing the battery in a \’92 I noticed that the large harness that runs behind the battery tray had the wire loom worn off by rubbing against the rear of the battery tray – this tray has a lip that is rather sharp. Before any wires were frayed, I decided to repair the wrap […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

Z06 Power Antenna Install

Just installed the antenna two days ago. Get the GM power antenna, and bracket(order mine from Fichtner). Also need two screws to attach the bracket to the bottom of the antenna. The rear two tail lights need to be removed. Very simple install. The fixed comes out after disconnecting the signal coaxial wire at the […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

Z06 Rear Brake Duct Install on a Regular C5

First step is to plan your entire job out before you do anything! Know what you are doing and what result you want. You are going to be cutting into the SMC of the car, and once you cut there’s no turning back! You’ve got to do it right the first time! For those of […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

ZF Transmission Recommended

The 6 speed manual transmission in 1989-1996 Corvettes was produced by German automotive components company ZF Industries http://www.zf-group.de/. The Corvette Owners Manual clearly states that this transmission does not need service, but the transmission fluid level should only be checked and kept full. A bit of research confirmed that ZF does not share this recommendation […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

ZZ4 Engine Swap FAQ

ZZ4 installation on a 1971 Corvette I have decided to write this because of the numerous posts that always come up on Corvette Forum. Your installation may vary due to options, transmission and year of your car so this is a very basic installation paper. ZZ4 Configuration: The engine itself comes with everything you need […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

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