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Old 08-14-2015, 03:05 PM
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Default Watch This 4,000 Horsepower C7 Corvette in Glorious Action

Yes, you read that headline correctly. We're talking about a C7 with a whopping, earth-shattering 4,000 horsepower!

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Old 08-14-2015, 03:16 PM
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The only thing even remotely C7 about it is the very general shape and some decals. Saying that's a C7 is like saying John Force has raced a Mustang for many years. Neither is a true statement.
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Old 08-14-2015, 03:21 PM
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This is NOT a Corvette C7.

It is a custom made dragster with a plastic molded body to look like a Corvette C7.

While there is no discussion of the exact engine there is no way the engine could be from a 4.6L Stingray or a SC Z06 nor any other components.

Yes, it looks cool but no close connection to a Corvette except a simulated Corvette body.
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1/8 mile is such BS it's actually wannabe racing!
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lol, put a C7 badge on the space shuttle and tell us the Corvette can fly to space.
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Another irrelevant article...
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Really? When can I order one? Think that Kerbeck might get one for stock. I really think that my wife would like to take it to the Bash next year.
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4,000HP, big whoop. General attitude is that NHRA top fuel cars are producing 9-10,000 HP.

Looks like the phony C7 is down 5-6000HP. Don
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Dude. What are you guys talking about?That thing has airbrushed corvette headlamps and everything. Lmao.
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Secretive street car guys would all say "Cam only"
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