Corvette Technical Articles
Learn how to replace your C4 Corvette power seat tracks: The 1984 Corvette was an engineering marvel to the automotive community, and the following years showed vast improvements. By the end of C4 production, the 1996 model w...
How many times would you have liked to convert your 1957-1974 Corvette to a solid state electronic ignition but a few problems always stood in the way? You had to use a non-stock distributor, had wiring so complicated it took a...
Most Corvette owners love to talk about how much horsepower their Corvette is producing or how many cubic inches their running under the hood. And don’t get us wrong we love horsepower, but what good is blasting off a stoplig...
Corsa always seems to produce a quality product, especially for the C6 Corvette. A new Corsa exhaust is well worth the money, time, and effort when it is all said and done.
Replacing the brake hoses is not impossible for the average DIY mechanic, but this procedure gets a higher difficulty rating because of possible safety risks taken on when working with the brake system.
Not to difficult of a job to complete and will get your Corvette's fuel gauge reading correct again.
A bit time consuming but not impossible for the first time DIY mechanic.
When working on or around the brake system we always recommend having experience. This project is not for the lower level DIY mechanic.
A good first project here and a great resource for repairing 1988-1996 Corvette headlights.
A big cost savings here that can be completed by those with some mechanical experience and a few free hours.
Not for the first time DIY mechanic but a great resource if you are ready to replace those old cracked window seals.
Great first project that can help get your C4 Corvettes headlights working again.