We have been tipped off to a possible fix for the Z06 ECU’s power-robbing tendencies, and best of all, it’s a solution that won’t void the 650-horsepower beast’s warranty. Let the car break in.
Within 48 hours of getting their hands on the new Z06, Vengeance Racing managed to get 660 RWHP and 663 RWTQ out of the car with only an additional pulley and a modified AFE cold-air intake.
One of the latest Corvettes to be restored by Johnson, this Stingray features both exterior and interior updates, and an all-new Gen V LT1 crate engine, which the folks at Chevy are making available for $11,000 for the wet sump version and $11,250 for the dry sump.
The C7 Corvette Z06 with its $78,995 price tag is set to take on the world and pretty much kick ass. I can’t wait.
The LT4 engine powering the new Z06 will be one of hell of a monster. In fact, Jordan Lee, chief engineer for the new Z06 engine, says the LS9 is no match for the LT4.