How to Connect Headers to Cats

I have installed two sets of Melrose LT headers in C5\’s. These go in with minimum hassel and work great. To finish the job you need the following items: One 3\” \’U\’ bend. Four 3\” header flanges Any decent 110 MIG welder w/mixed gas (use nothing larger than .022 MIG wire). Skill saw w/ abrasive […] More »

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How to Check Oil Level

Starting in 2001, the C5 dipstick and tube were redesigned. Although the official oil capacity of the engine is still 6.5 qts, most owners report that it takes about 7 qts to get up to the \”Full\” hole on the new dipstick. Personally, mine takes 6.9 qts. Also, the new combination makes it very difficult […] More »

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How To Change the Fuel Filter in a Late Model C4

This is not MY tech tip in any way. This is something that I stumbled across on the corvetteforum, and thought it would be useful here. Simply click on the links. Change your fuel filter, page 1. Change your fuel filter, page 1. Thanks to, lord vette, for the original post! -Sheppe Pharis (aka 92BAV)

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How to Build a Speaker Enclosure for Your C3

I suggest measuring the \”trunk space\” prior to construction to verif fit, variances may be present amongst our hand built treasures. Their are two crusial dimentions. First, is the depth of the unit. It fits tightly behind the wheel well humps while allowing for use of luggage strap loops if they are to remain. Second […] More »

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Space-Saving 6×9 Rear Speaker Boxes for ’78-’82 Corvette

Here is my version of the rear speaker boxes that Justin78-L-82 posted. I modified the way they mount to the car since I didn\’t previously have rear speakers, and didn\’t have the mounting hardware that came with them. The full plan with pictures and measurements is at: http://members.cox.net/~mfouchi/vette/speakers/boxplans.htm

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