On Tue, 1 Jan 2008 15:10:53 -0800, "Lawrence Lugar"
:>any bozo can calculate horsepower/liter...but what I am asking now is
:>something a Corvette mechanic could only answer - which I'm not, that's why
:>i'm asking. and my question isn't revealed on a stats sheet.
:>...know the difference.
Silly boy. Folks routinely put Z06 wheels and tires on their C6's.
They aren't Corvette mechanics, and they hang out in the Corvette
I would be happy to answer your question Lawrence as soon as you
answer mine. :)
:>>> :>It would likely be a clearance issue if anything. That and you would
:>>> :>suffer a minor mileage penalty. If you are really in a position to need
:>>> :>the information, why not try asking in one of the Corvette forums where
:>>> :>there is likely a vendor who has set up one that way? And if you are
:>>> :>concerned about warranty issues, ask a couple Chevy dealers.
:>>> Lawrence knows he'll be picked apart on the Corvette forums faster
:>>> than a 16 lb cooked turkey.
:>> So it turns out the guy who comes in here trumpeting a 147 hp/l Porsche
:>> engine is "not really a car guy, in regards to the mechanical
:>> technicalities". But I guess he can read a stats sheet. LOL.
:>> '93 Ruby coupe, 6 sp (both tops)