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Tires and Wheels Why Mod? Replacing the tires and wheels on a stock Corvette immediately makes your Corvette stand out. It is probably the easiest way to modify the appearance without extensive fiberglass work and without the risk of ruining your car. If you don’t like the rims you can always put the stock ones […] More »
Brakes Why Mod? The answer to this should be obvious. Upgrading your brakes can allow you to stop more quickly, in a shorter distance and decrease fade in racing or heavy, continued use applications (ie canyon runs). The brake system is composed of the master cylinder, brake fluid, brake lines, discs (also called rotors), calipers, […] More »
A leaked SAE paper (now offline) has revealed that the C7 Stingray will be fitted with an 8-speed automatic (8L90) for the 2015 MY. According to the post, the transmission will be rated for 738 ft. lbs. of torque meaning that a hi-po (Z06, ZR1) version of the ‘Vette could run the transmission as well. […] More »
Want to see how your C7 Corvette Stingray gets assembled? Look no further. While the video doesn’t divulge too much information, it’s cool to see the body assembled and the sub-assemblies mated to the Stingray. Especially interesting is seeing the powertrain mated to the chassis in one piece from engine to rear axles relatively late […] More »