Thanks to KROM1376 (http://www.youtube.com/user/KROM1376) for sending this video to us. He owns the 85 C4 corvette Tpi 406 in the video that we - Wester's Garage - tuned.
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INFORMATION FROM OWNER "KROM1376":
WHEELS: The IROC wheels were temporary. They happened to be the same size as the original wheels but now there are Grand Sport Wheels on it.
ENGINE: Small black 400 bored .030 to a 406. It's out of a 1972 3/4 ton Blazer. It's only a 2 bolt but I have never had any issue with any 2 bolt build as long as you are not building an all out race car.
HEADERS: The headers are a set of 202's. I'm not sure what they are off of, only that they are late 60's to early 70's 350 heads with 76 cc chambers. I had to have the steam holes drilled for the 400.
INTAKE: Stock intake was only temporary, using a modified stealth ram now.
SONG: "She Builds Fast Machines" by Velvet Revolver
Used with permission
1986 C4 Corvette
my 1986 vette walk around and rev. 20 inch wheels. White leather interior,
Grand Sport Theme.
Modified Corvette C4 LOUD V8 SOUND
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This video is about a very loud Corvette I saw during a trackday.
The engine of the car has got now a Supercharger which increase the power of the car
up to 500 BHP, more ore less, as the owner said. The Exhaust has been modified too and now the V8
sounds in a spectacular way.
You can hear the sound of the car with some revs and while the owner was
trying to powersliding his car on the wet asphalt.
Camcorder: Canon Legria HF M46 + Canon DM-100 Microphone
Where: Autodromo di Franciacorta, Italy
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Hot Rod Corvette Hack - The Long Version
This is the video version of the Corvette Hack story that appeared in the
Nov. '10 issue of Hot Rod magazine. You'll see the Hot Rod staff shred an
'85 Corvette, cutting off parts until it was nearly a bare frame. The
point? To see how much the car's performance improved as it dropped weight
(into the Dumpster).