WOW! I'm so not a fan of body kits but functionality and good looks were definitely achieved with that front bumper. I agree with Jason/Katech I really like the intercooler setup!!! Kudo's to them!
Love to see it ripping down the track!
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I guess they have gone the steel rotor route that seems to be a euro automatic response to carbon rotors........ On the other hand I think there are members here with hands on experience that would differ with that choice
Nevertheless the car looks awesome and ready to rumble...... the girls are not hurting it either
I guess they have gone the steel rotor route that seems to be a euro automatic response to carbon rotors.
The amusing thing is that they apparently decided to use a Porsche kit vs. getting a kit directly from Brembo. Putting Porsche-spec brakes on a Corvette was a useful trick back on the late 90s, before Brembo had a usable kit available for the C5s and whatnot. In fact, I did that to mine. But now? Good grief, just get the kit straight from Brembo.
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