Tag: C5

Five Tips for Taking it to the Track 2

Make Sure Your Car is Really Ready to Rock Is the fluid in the master cylinder reservoir clear and amber? Or does it resemble something sliding off a hill after a rainstorm? When was the last time the oil was changed? Are your tires in good condition, or do you need a dusty manuscript to […] More »

  Comments | By - September 1, 2010

Five Tips for Taking it to the Track 1

Moderation is the Key to Mods A hot cam, the stickiest R-compound tires and the latest trick suspension pieces aren’t going to do anything for a track neophyte. And since classes are mostly defined by the level of track prep, you might just wind up modding yourself out of your class.      Plus, there’s […] More »

  Comments | By - September 1, 2010

C5 Corvette: How to change the brake pads

Changing the brake pads in the C5 Corvettes is pretty simple, But here is a run through with a few tricks to make it as easy as possible. Tools Needed: 15mm box-end wrench 16mm open-end wrench 15mm socket wrench 2 large flat-head screw drivers Large C-Clamp First off, remove the wheel to get at the […] More »

  Comments | By - August 17, 2010

C5 Corvette: How to change the oil

Changing the oil in your C5 Corvette Items Needed:Oil (Check your owners manual for the proper amount and type)Oil Filter (If your manual doesn’t tell you a filter size, check your local parts store)Floor JackRampsJack StandsCatch PanPaper TowelsWrench or Socket Set for the oil plugOil Filter Wrench (Not needed, but it can be helpful)

  Comments | By - July 16, 2010

Build Camera/Camcorder Mount for C5 Coupe

*** NO GUARANTEE WHATSOEVER TO ANY DAMAGE DERIVED FROM THE USE OF INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS *** Step 0: Inventory Things you will need: Clothes Bar from Advance Auto Part � Stock # PA 6013317 ($5.99 + tax) Flat Punched 1/18� Thick 1-3/8� x 38� Zinc Plated from Home Depot P# 30699-18040 ($2.49) 2 sets of 5/16� […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

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