Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by twofourtysx, May 5, 2008.
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ugly as all hell
no mid no care
holy motherfucking DO WANT!!!
a large majority of modified cars here in ca are not emissions legal
hood needs to go, ruins it
rest of the car is sick
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I dunno. I like the stock C6, and I like the cabin mods, but I just can't like the fact that the mods were made to a C6. The Corvette just seems like one of those cars that should be fine just the way it is, y'know?
Also not too keen on the American flag reflected in the windshield (even though I know it's perhaps a coincidence) -- to me, it kinda conveys the message that the epitome of the American Dream is to have so much excess that it crosses the line between fun and stupid.
Legal disclaimers for liability reasons > jeff2577
Wyoming requires only VIN verification and proof of insurance to register a car.
It has no visual or "sniffer" emissions testing.
It's possible, if unlikely, that this package will see street use on a plated car in the US.
Don't forget- there are J-Spec R34 Skylines with plates on them in this country.
Money + desire = not pointless.
The seats are pretty as well. I know they are racing seats, but the color is horrible.
Raw... but 1000hp+ is a bit much. Go figure it's not street legal.
I'd change the hood though.
Why are there no american manufacturers that can make decent boost controllers? Not a big enough market?
Even in 200k turbo Ford GTs and Lamborghinis people are running GReddy and Apex'i products. Kindof awesome when a guy in a '91 civic rolls up and tells you he's got the same profec B as you... hahaha
Im not a turbo guy but I would think a twin turbo 427 is gonna make a lot of heat that needs to be removed from the engine bay?
I don't have emissions inspection
except that it looks like they are over the forward part of the engine, and the turbos are next to the tranny, already in the air flow under the body. Maybe if the exhaust was right under the intake (like my car's ), I could understand it, but for that setup? no.
you obviously don't understand how hot a vette engine bay can get...not sure if they fixed it on the c6 or not...plus that could be to let air pressure out....