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.
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 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.
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.