The Active Grille System, available for both 2014 and 2015 Stingray models, diverts airflow away from the engine compartment to help reduce the car’s lift and drag.
I feel like I should just go ahead and call this the power era for the C7 because we’re getting wind of a lot of big numbers for the car.
During a recent one-on-one tour at Lingenfelter’s Michigan facility, I had a chance to get a more candid take on what he thinks about the new Stingray and what his team is doing to get more power out of the car.
Talk of ceramic brakes over metallic ones seems to have stirred up quite a discussion on the Corvette Forum forums. After sorting through a lot of the comments posted, it all seems to be a matter of preference.
If the wait to see if you’ll even be able to get your hands on a new Z06 is becoming too much to bare, then you might want to consider the new supercharger system for the C7 being offered by Edelbrock.