Corvette C6 Engine Cap Set
Corvette C6 Engine Cap Set,
Corvette C6 Engine Cap Set,This book features tables, charts, photos, and build sequences to explain how to correctly modify your C5 for drag racing, road racing, autocross, or simply to turn heads on cruise nights.This is a Corvette book like no other Corvette book. Many books celebrate the most powerful and most attractive Corvette models, but only "The Complete Book of Corvette" details "every" model, including prototypes and factory racers.Above: The LS7 reportedly is the world's first regular production pushrod engine capable of confidently revving beyond 7,000 rpm. Pressedin cylinder sleeves and forgedsteel crossbolted main bearing caps set the LS7 block apart from its LS2 sibling. Summed up, these parts equaled surreal performance for.the sixthgeneration Corvette: 060 in 4.2 seconds and a top end of Raves like Raynal's had yet to die down before even more power was added into the C6 equation.The LS3 was introduced as the Corvette's new base engine for the 2008 model year. The system is similar to one found on the C6 Z06, but uses a 2.5inch (64millimeter) diameter exhaust compared to the Z06's 3 inches (76 millimeters). This set a new record for a production overheadvalve pushrod engine, although it was overtaken by the Dodge Viper's V10 at Note the massive bearing caps.A photographic history of the popular American sports car documents its role as a pop culture symbol and the longestrunning Chevrolet nameplate and features interviews with its engineers.and designers, in a lavish deluxe edition that Chevrolet Corvette Buyers/Owners Guide for 19972004 Model Years (C5).This restoration guide provides indepth, stepbystep information of common restoration procedures and features brilliant color photos so the reader can complete a bumpertobumper restoration in their own garage.The inside story behind the legendary automobile chronicles its development from drawing board to production vehicle, offering additional insight into the inner workings of the U.S. automotive industry. Reprint.