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Does anybody know were to find 2001 Z06 service manual. Is there such a thing. I guess it would be similar to a Chilton's.
 

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Well, try Helm, Inc. They publish the Chevrolet service manuals. Also, the 2001 manual covers the couple, vert, and z06 (z06/hardtop info isn't a seperate section, but all the required info is there)

Its about $130 from Helm, and I've heard of some dealers discounting to $100 or so.

HTH
 

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Carl,

It's great of you to share known discounts. Keep up the good stuff........

P.S. Whens that new Zaino coming out ???
 

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Sal and I were talking about that earlier today, we are hoping by mid Sept at the latest. /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif
 

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Anyone know when the Helm manuals for the 2002's will be ready ?
 

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Well, if my '01 experience is indicative, it won't be until about dec. or jan. Curiously, they finally sent me the postcard saying they had the manuals about two weeks ago. Months and months after I recieved the manuals.
 

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I have a set of Helm Service Manuals for my 2001 Z06, as required by the SCCA for Pro Solo. However they are Corvette generic and do not have any direct references in them for a Z06. Nothing special on the LS-6 either. Nor anything about race preping the car. Useless shit unless you want to change an emergency brake shoe using the correct procedure.
They cost me $130.00 and are 3 huge volumes. I must have them with me when I race but can not have them in the car during a Solo. I drove to a local meet and set them on the curb along with the front bra, tire pyrometer, air tank and car cover. So here are $130.00 worth of paper sitting on the curb as I enter pre grid and it starts to rain. Luckily I was stupid enough to set them on top of the bra and underneath the car cover.
 

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On 2001-07-19 13:54, DJWorm spewed forth this drivel:
However they are Corvette generic and do not have any direct references in them for a Z06. Nothing special on the LS-6 either.
This is a drag. The manual for my 93 LT1 has a big section covering the LT5. I had assumed they'd do something similar for the Z.
 

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Ok, so there is no Z06 specific stuff in there, but there is a section on the LS6, its not clearly marked, and you do have to look for it. But it is there.

And sometimes the manuals are nice, like when you need to tear open the console, and want to do it the correct way. Or when you've torn something down and need to know the torque values, or if you need to toss the fasteners and get new ones, because they're single use only.
 

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On 2001-07-19 16:50, mgarfias spewed forth this drivel:
Ok, so there is no Z06 specific stuff in there, but there is a section on the LS6, its not clearly marked, and you do have to look for it. But it is there.

And sometimes the manuals are nice, like when you need to tear open the console, and want to do it the correct way. Or when you've torn something down and need to know the torque values, or if you need to toss the fasteners and get new ones, because they're single use only.


This is good news. I think the manual's indispensable, even if you don't wield your own wrench. The sections describing all the components, and how they interact, and the various computer subsystems ... lot's of good reading in there.
 
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