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  • About RedySetVette
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    Michael Treichler
    Enola PA
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    Year & Model
    2002 Z51 Vert
    Torch Red/ Black Top & Interior
    Corsa Xpipe- Corsa Sports Tigers, K/N cold intake, RadioFlyer DRLs (Black/Clear), ACA Bi-X Lamps.

    Cosmetics: Red interior LEDs, LED outside, Lloyds, Race Mesh Screens, SS Gauge Bezels, SS Lettering on front and back.

    Audio: Complete DD Kenwood package with Morel Speakers throughout
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  • Last Activity: 08-28-2016 02:23 PM
  • Member Since: 05-08-2004

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  1. hrt vlv
    07-30-2016 10:43 AM
    Thought you traded for a Jeep.
  2. mskvettefan
    07-25-2015 02:52 PM
    Mikey, Get yourself registered for the bette show... it's coming fast...
    Jim and I plan on taking off Friday, but will be there Friday, Saturday and maybe Sunday morning... weather permitting. Hell, I am going rain or shine. I just love this show!
  3. hrt vlv
    04-19-2015 06:54 PM
    almost ready for summer then.
  4. hrt vlv
    04-14-2015 11:47 AM
    ?????????????????? Do you have a Corvette yet????????????????????
  5. hrt vlv
    04-08-2015 07:22 PM
    I hope they are keeping in a garage!
  6. hrt vlv
    03-25-2015 07:26 PM
    Well is it back in your garage?
  7. hrt vlv
    03-21-2015 07:28 PM
    Painting the calipers is a good idea. powder coating is nice,there is a place on Brandt Ave. that does powder coating, with summer coming down time would be bad timing. Headers are pricey. Sounds like you are getting it the way you want. Check feed back on changing shift points, Not sure if I would do that. We went to hershey outlets today 124 on the turnpike bridge. Laurie liked it, not as much as me though.
  8. RedySetVette
    03-21-2015 06:29 PM
    I am skipping the headers. I dont really need them as it wont do much as I want more cosmetic things then performance. I had fluids changed, changed thermostat, and radio done down there only. I have new C6Z06 shocks and sway bars with metal ends which was WAY cheaper than doing headers and will have that done up here with Taz. I am going to paint my calipers (now) and upgrade to the C5zo6 rotors eventually. That all was 1/3 the price of just headers and tune. I will have it tuned at Carlisle by East Coast Corvette guys for the shifts later summer. That will give me enough hp for my needs. The xtra 30 hp gain for headers didnt seem worth the 3K price tag. If I ever do them I will have Taz do them down the road. Its where I will want it to be at for a few years. I got tunes, topless, and some nice hp to keep me happy!!!!
  9. hrt vlv
    03-21-2015 02:53 PM
    You should be getting excited to get it back. Brakes, my vote would be to wear out what you got on it. Then when they need to replaced do a package that works on the street. Headers, you may as well upgrade the throttle body and have a tune. Just my opinion. probably 30,000 miles left on the pads, 6 years of driving for you. flush the brake system and keep on truckin
  10. RedySetVette
    03-11-2015 05:48 PM
    Yes, I think its is just condensation from not running her.Yes, they have the same dyno as they use at Bowling green. It all comes down to price to do them at this point. My wish list was Radio, headers, Red calipers, slotted and drilled rotors. Then I am done. So Radio will be done. I have to choose between headers or Calipers and brakes at this point. I am not sure if doing headers is worth it or not. Calipers and brakes would be cheaper!
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