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  • About Paul 75 L82
    Full Name
    Paul McGuire
    Blue Ridge Georgia
    Your Zip Code
    Construction Manager
    Year & Model
    2002 Z06
    Electron Blue
    Texas Speed [email protected] LSA
    PRC Dual Springs
    LS2 Chain
    TSP LS6 Ported Oil Pump
    Halltech Venom CAI
    JBA Shorty Headers
    GMPP Red Wires
    C6 Shifter
    Souther Car Parts Partition
    Borla Stingers
    Country of Residence
  • Signature
    2002 Electron Blue Z06, TSP [email protected] LSA. PRC Springs, LS2 Chain, Ported LS6 Oil Pump, Halltech Venom, Borla Stingers & X, JBA Headers, C6 Shifter, C6Z06 Shocks, Kenwood Sound, C6 Z06 Deep Dish wheels & Michelin PS2's.


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  • Last Activity: 02-28-2019 01:27 PM
  • Member Since: 12-10-2000


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  1. crusher1
    03-03-2016 09:31 PM
    Awesome thanks. Yeah I will just splice into the rears as you said.
  2. crusher1
    03-03-2016 08:53 PM
    Hi Paul, I was thinking of adding the same Kenwood sub to my factory Bose system as you did in my C6. Just wanted to know if it sounds good or not? I wanted something compact as you did. Will probably mount it in the rear hatch at the corner on top of the cubby compartment.


    06-09-2015 12:15 AM
    Paul, you still running the stock ls6 intake, TB, and stock rockers/ valve height?

    Supposedly the guy before me added aftermarket rockers to the equation. The guy before me did just enough to the car to make it quick and fun,but leave me wanting the at right. I want the car pushing serious c5 z06power N/A!
  4. 03-12-2012 10:21 PM
    paul please let me know if the wheeler 383 is a dog or a good buy?

    thanks jim
  5. FourG63 97GST
    09-18-2010 10:10 AM
    Good idea, I'm in the Boynton area. I can let you know when i'm up that way, nice EB
  6. jsloan
    06-08-2010 07:19 PM
    nice.. i have been wondering how to get the back end off the ground...thanks
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