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  • About Lawdogg
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    '07 Z06
    Lemans Blue
    Heads and cam, Melrose 1 7/8" long tubes monoball control arms, LG coilovers, O'Connel bars, Apr wing, LG splitter/undertray, World Challenge hood.
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    '07 Lemans


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  • Member Since: 08-01-1999


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  1. 09-20-2016 10:50 PM
    Hey good evening Lawdogg how are you? My name is Jon, pleasure to meet you! I was reading a post and came across your car and think it's absolutely drop dead gorgeous! I was wondering what make and model front splitter and rear wing you have on your car? Did you install them yourself? Appreciate your time and any guidance you have. Have a great night!
  2. mbeckers
    07-23-2012 10:47 PM
    Hi Ron, are you taking your car to the Corvete Tribute event this year?
  3. Lawdogg
    05-29-2010 12:17 AM
    Hey Eric, I had good luck with Performance Friction 01 with AP 6 pistons on my C5. John swears by them for the World Challenge Stoptechs. Not sure if they make them for your Brembos. I saw your post and that many like Hawk. I never cared for them due to the corrosive ferro compound they use. Etches wheels and paint.
  4. AtomicZ
    05-28-2010 03:52 PM
    I'm looking for track pads for my brembos - any suggestions?
  5. Lawdogg
    05-09-2010 08:02 PM
    I have a second set of stock wheels so I need the 18/19 combo and NT01s don't come in 19s. NT05s are supposed to be about as sticky of a street tire as they come and I've heard good things about them on a road course. We'll see. See you there!!!
  6. AtomicZ
    05-09-2010 01:37 PM
    I plan on running the HPDE and the TT. I have not caged my car yet so I can't do W2W. I am really anxious to give it a shot.

    Are you planning on running NT-01's or 05's. I thought the 01's were the street/road course tires and the 05's were the drag radials.

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