How-To Tuesday: Corvette Suspension Mods

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You either like it or you don’t. For some it’s simply aesthetic. For others, it’s a necessity. But suspension modification isn’t only for those wanting to take on the track. I would imagine for most, it just makes the car look that much better. Thankfully there are several ways to get your Corvette into the adjusted posture you’re looking for, and some options may be better, easier, and less time consuming than others. And this week’s How-To Tuesday article is here to help you find them.

So what is one of the options available to help with the suspension on your car? Let’s start with one of the easiest. While it may not be something you can do at home on your own, tires are one of the easiest options when it comes to adjusting the ride on most vehicles. As the article mentions, the Corvette comes from the factory with Goodyear run-flat tires. They are good tires for the most part, but there are certainly better options out there to improve ride, handling, and control on your car.

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This week’s article goes on to list a few other ways to work on the suspension of your Corvette. Of course, some of these things are going to not only take time, but also money to pull off. I would imagine that if you’re anything like me, you’ll need some assistance. I would recommend leaning on the forum for that additional help and guidance. I for one couldn’t pull off most of these alterations on my own.

Let us know if you have made one of these adjustments, and if you felt an immediate change in your car.

Read the entire Corvette Forum How-To article. >>

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