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C5 Corvette Z06 stock Ti exhaust

This is my C5 Corvette Z06 with a stock Titanium Exhaust with TPIS long tube headers, x pipe with no cats, and a callaway honker.


 


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Corvette C5 blocked HUD autobahn highspeed
High speed in 5th gear HUD blocked at 299km/h Should have switch to MPH but forgot to push the button sorry And little smiling at the end !





2002 Corvette C5 Z06 Owners Manual VHS Tape
This video, on VHS, was provided to new owners and specifically focuses on the Z06. The VHS is labeled "2002 Corvette Z06" but as you may know, the 2002-2004 Z06's had a virtually identical drive train. I personally own a 2004 Z06 and found the video very informative. The video addresses issues that customers were concerned about such as noises (clunking sound on 6-Speed Z06's), HVAC controls (why the A/C compressor turns on when you press the front defrost button, undercarriage noises, and more. It also provides suggestions and tips on how to prep your Z06 for racing: How to adjust your Z06's front/rear camber and vehicle height (lowering a Z06).





2001 C5 Z06 Corvette Review with GHL Bullet Exhaust: Walkaround, Rev, and Driving
Up for review is my 2001 Z06 Corvette. The car is virtually stock, except for a GHL Bullet Exhaust. In addition to Exhaust the Z06 is sporting Cray Scorpion Rims. I bought this car used a few months ago, and have been insanely pleased with it. Its an absolute power monster, and a BLAST to drive.





'01 Corvette Z06 sound w/ headers and stock mufflers
This is what TSP headers and X-pipe with not cats and stock Ti mufflers sounds like. The engine is stock with CAI and 115,000 miles.





C5 Corvette Z51 FULL OBX Exhaust HD\1080p
My vette before\after a full Exhaust from OBX.. thing sounds fucking sweet. Mods: OBX LT headers OBX Off-Road X pipe Cat Delete Ram-Air CAI LS6 intake OBX Stinger style Cat-back





Chevrolet Corvette C5 Z06--Test Drive Video Review with Chris Moran
http://www.SupercarNetwork.com An up-close look and short test drive of a nearly brand-new 2003 Corvette Z06 from Midwest Auto Collection. Presented by Chris Moran. The Corvette, Chevrolet's most famous and likely GM's most prominent model, has seen nearly 60 years of production. Throughout it's production run, the fundamental characteristics have remained largely unchanged: front engine, rear drive, two seats. After the Chevy small-block V8 engine was introduced, you could add V8 to that list. Since 1955, all Corvettes have had some variation of a V8 engine. In late 1996, Chevrolet unveiled the all new fifth-generation Corvette (C5). The C5 was the most revolutionary Corvette to date. With a brand new space-frame design structure, to the creative use of balsa wood for its floorboards, it was a technological marvel of its time and one of the first American sports cars to receive a warm global reception. With a greatly improved interior and daily drivability, the C5 was an immediate success. It's performance numbers were in line with the likes of Porsche and Ferrari, something the Corvette had never really achieved. For the 2001 model year, Chevrolet introduced the Z06. The Z06 was based on the unpopular "hardtop" model which was produced from 1999-2000. The hardtop proved ideal for the new Z06, as its curb weight decreased and structural rigidity increased in this configuration. At the heart of the Z06 model was the 5.7 Liter LS6 V8 engine. Still a pushrod V8 after all these years, this new model produced 385 horsepower, with a 20 horsepower increase only a year away. Titanium mufflers and magnesium wheels were standard fare, and though this was a performance model, the well-equipped interior from the coupe was nearly unchanged. A Bose sound system, Heads-Up Display (HUD), and Automatic Climate Control were standard. Unique to the Z06 were interior color options, as well as embroidered headrests indicating this is indeed a Z06. For the 2002 year, the LS6 was bumped to 405 horsepower, though all else stayed unchanged. So here we stand. With only 10,000 miles on this 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06, this car is almost brand new. It smells brand new inside, it looks like a factory new car. It's completely stock, no modifications that you see on so many other Z06s. Turn the key, and you are greeted by a distinct V8 rumble, and a quick blip of the throttle brings amazing sounds to life. The clutches are light in these cars, something you wouldn't expect from such a torque monster. The low-rev pull in this car is amazing. It's so powerful that you feel you could drive it in 3rd gear all day, but run it to redline and you'll hear a sound reminiscent of wide open stock car racing. It's power so abundant that it feels somewhat limitless. There is a "competitive driving" mode in the stability control system that allows for more play than the normal threshold allows. You can drift the car in this mode, but the ABS might give you a hand before you get completely nuts and hurt yourself. An electronic "safety net", in a way. Years ago, I had the opportunity to take my Dad for a ride in a 2002 Z06. The car was almost brand new at the time. We strapped ourselves in, my Dad riding shotgun, and I remember telling him to hold on. I popped the shifter into first, idled onto the roadway and buried the pedal...I distinctly remember the expletives shielding the raw terror my Dad experienced for roughly 4 seconds. I hit second gear at redline and ripped the car sideways as we were still fiercely accelerating, only to welcome a dead silence and deep breaths once I lifted. Today, I've had the old man in faster, newer, and much more expensive cars. He's not a car guy at all, but he knows if I'm excited about something, it must be remarkable. Still today, no other car has made such a distinct impression on my father. Eight years later, he occasionally asks the question "Hey, remember when we drove that Corvette?" Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars.chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars www.chicagomotorcars.com





Bassani Exhaust SC C5 Z06 Corvette
Bassani Catback with TSP Headers and no cats.





Supercharged Chevy Corvette Z06 Short Film
A short film of my Supercharged Chevy C5 Corvette Z06. Modifications include an A&A Vortech V3-SI Trim Supercharger, GHL Exhaust, and 19" CCW SP500's. Installed and tuned by Show-Me Speed. 604rwhp 500tq GoPro Hero HD Nikon D3100





Corvette C5 Z06 475hp exhaust B&B bullet+Xpipe +ram air vararam+Ecu diablo Vs nissan GT-R 2009
Démonstration des modifications corvette Z06 vs test acceleration 0-100kmh et 100-200kmh nissan GTR 2009 480hp pour les musiques dans video download free sur http://soundclick.com/lofizzer





Corvette C5 Headers and Exhaust Install
1999 Chevrolet Corvette C5 - Took off all stock Exhaust and Replaced with LG Pro Long Tube Headers and Borla Stinger Exhaust. puttin out 335hp and 349 lb-ft to the wheels now! Everything else is stock. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.





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