What Should You Do if You Curb Your C7 Corvette’s Wheel?
One of our Corvette Forum members dinged his C7’s tire pretty good, and he’s looking for your help on how best to fix it.
Intake Why Mod? Modifying your intake, or cold air intake, is a relatively inexpensive, easy way to gain some horsepower. Make no mistake, this will not result in 50% more horsepower, at best around 5%. But it doesn’t cost too much (most complete intake systems cost less than $500) and can be a fun, quick […] More »
Interior Why Mod? While there really aren’t any performance benefits from modifying the interior (unless you strip it to reduce weight, or add a roll cage to increase safety) it’s a great way to customize the car and make it truly yours. The only drawbacks are the time and money you might spend. Oh […] 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 »
Infotainment Why Mod? Many C6 owners wound up installing aftermarket infotainment/NAV systems. The simple reason is that the Corvette’s stock system, debuted in 2005, was already behind the curve when the C6 was first released. Today, it’s simply archaic– in order to update the maps you need to purchase CDs from Chevy. Furthermore, for older […] More »