When modifying your Corvette you'll wonder: Should I keep it original or not. Perhaps the best of both worlds? Some good tips on deciding how to move forward with those choices.
I don't need to know this, right?... Well after watching, wow I am glad I did! (Just in case)
One of the most informative steering wheel videos from the NCRS ever. Michigan Chapter, you are dialed in!
Pulling the Cluster from your midyear!
Most folks just bore and hone the block, right? This miraculous little secret shows some very detailed engine work done by the best engine builders ever, Mike & Bob at Accent Auto in Blue Spring, MO. First, to achieve .30 over, their boring is fairly straight forward where .25 thousandths is bored (off camera). The remaining .05 is removed with this ‘Honing’ machine's series of many stones with a ‘Head Simulator’ that is torqued way down to the block, replicating "out of round" of the cylinder's walls deflect when studs are torqued down around each cylinder! Don’t believe those head bolts would make the cylinder "out of round" You can physically see the oil streaking down paths on the inside of the cylinders. 1) Bore=perfect circle; 2)Torque down head=distort that perfect circle; 3) Hone with Simulated Head and get your perfect circle back! Yep, once those head bolts are torque down, they sure did distort the cylinder!
Very simple way of determining your rear end ratio using some tape and a floor jack. A helper makes it pretty simple!
Is your C2 headlight motor giving you are hard time? How do you best access it? Test it? Fix it. A must see video!
Characteristics of some great, refined NCRS judges
Very good spring tech session or possible judging school.
Watch the glue process on a C1 at a nearby Chapter event.