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2020 Ordering Guide available for C8 Stingray

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  • meyerweb
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    Thanks. Just figured that out.

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  • Klinn
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    Originally posted by meyerweb View Post
    I think there is a newer version of the guide than the August 2nd one linked above. Anyone know where to find it?
    If you go to the online version and use the "Print Book" button, at the bottom of each page you'll see the Guide's latest revision date. The current one is August 30th.

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  • meyerweb
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    I think there is a newer version of the guide than the August 2nd one linked above. Anyone know where to find it?

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  • WWR
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    Originally posted by Klinn View Post

    I'm sure you'll be fine with all season tires, especially if you get a set designed specifically for the C8, i.e. the ones that come on the non-Z51 cars.

    I'm not quite sure I'm reading your "stuck with a black spoiler" comment correctly -- the Z51 comes with a body colored spoiler standard. You have to order an optional package to get the spoiler (and side mirrors) finished in black. Or did you mean something else???
    I just want the spoiler the color of the car

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  • AirdaleC7
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    Thank you Jag -- now for some serious wish listing...

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  • John
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    Thank you Jag. As always, well done.

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  • jagamajajaran
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    An updated order guide because available August 2. I have attached the updated guide with this post.
    Attached Files

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  • meyerweb
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    At any speeds / cornering loads its safe to use on the street the A/S tires will not be the limiting factor.

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  • Klinn
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    Originally posted by WWR View Post
    How much will A/S tires actually effect the the Z51? I have to be able to use my car everyday unless the weather keeps me from driving. I won't track the car so will it really effect all the Z51 stuff? So A/S tires are going on the car. I may be stuck with a black spoiler though.
    I'm sure you'll be fine with all season tires, especially if you get a set designed specifically for the C8, i.e. the ones that come on the non-Z51 cars.

    I'm not quite sure I'm reading your "stuck with a black spoiler" comment correctly -- the Z51 comes with a body colored spoiler standard. You have to order an optional package to get the spoiler (and side mirrors) finished in black. Or did you mean something else???

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  • WWR
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    How much will A/S tires actually effect the the Z51? I have to be able to use my car everyday unless the weather keeps me from driving. I won't track the car so will it really effect all the Z51 stuff? So A/S tires are going on the car. I may be stuck with a black spoiler though. Maybe as time goes along I'll be able to find out if the Z51 is the way to go. Actually "everyday" is about 3000 miles a year. My '15 has 13,220 on it.

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  • meyerweb
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    Originally posted by John View Post
    I had not heard that about the tires. I heard that because the car is better balanced, they reduced the spring rates to give us a more comfortable ride, and as a bonus, no longer will we have the front end “shuddering” in cooler weather.
    In one of the interviews posted on the web, a GM person said that with the better chassis they were able to back off on the aggressiveness of the tread compound and construction, and that's the reason (a) they could offer A/S tires as standard, and (b) at least part of the reason the tires no longer have the shudder. But there have been so many of those interview stories, I doubt I could find it again.

    I don't think changing spring rates would affect tire shudder at all.

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  • brad66
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    Yes, you can get both. This is a carryover from prior generations.

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  • Gators2020
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    Has anyone seen this on the order manual? So you can buy both the transparent and body color roofs? Click image for larger version

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  • WWR
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    So the rumors have been debunked at some places that the 2020 is sold out. So let's think about that. How many people do we estimate that are on the 4 Corvette internet forums? Let's say 10,000. Do we think everyone of those members are going to buy the new car? Say they do. That leaves what 20-25,000 more units to be built. Are there that many non members and new buyers out there that have already put in a SOLD order? They just announced the car July 18th.14 days ago. So they sold out the entire production in 14 days? How is that even possible?

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  • John
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    I had not heard that about the tires. I heard that because the car is better balanced, they reduced the spring rates to give us a more comfortable ride, and as a bonus, no longer will we have the front end “shuddering” in cooler weather.

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