I just picked up my first Corvette this week. I decided the ZO6 C6 was the only way to go after driving one. I'm about to turn 29 and I decided I'm not getting any younger. I want to be able to enjoy it now, and race it a little. It's stock at the moment except for a Halltech cold air, but I'm sure full exhaust with a cam kit are in the near future. I also own a 94 Z28 drag car with 561rwhp ,10.07@ 135mph, and a 97 WS6 TransAm daily driver, with a LS1 swap that made 507rwhp. I'm looking forward to modding the ZO6 a little. It drives and rides so much better than a F-body. I almost don't want to touch it but as any gear head knows, you can't have a stock car, it's never fast enough.
Anyways , I'm new to the site. I stumbled across it while searching for a catch can install.
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'04 MS/Blk - Z06Fest IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI - WinterFest I "Bus Driver",WinterFest IV
Hey great car and beautiful color. I think I am starting to sound like a broken record, because we had another individual in his late 20's join last week, but you are the same age I was when I got my first Z. It is great to get started on Vette's in your 20's. Great to have you aboard.
2007 Z06- Lingenfelter 660 package (569 RWHP, 500 RWTQ)
2012 Fiat 500 ABARTH
2008 Ducati 1098 and 2007 Kawasaki ZX-6R
2006 Honda Civic Si
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