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C8 Wheel Gap Is Amazingly Large. And It Flies Too!

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  • #16
    Cool seeing flying c8 corvettes...I had hoped MrC shocks put a stop to what I find quite often as I hot dog my non mrc corvette z51 all the time..

    (NOT)

    Looks crazy fast which should earn a lot of clicks..

    cant wait for 10/16 release of performance data and driving impressions.
    Torch Red exterior/ black interior z51 FE4 2LT or 1LT depending on when i get the call..Ill flip a coin at that moment..same for E60

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    • #17
      Originally posted by lashedup View Post
      Landing from video looks a little brutal...

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      If I'm not mistaken, this is a testimate to some solid front aero seeing as the back is heavier.
      2020 2LT Z51 Coupe
      Red exterior, interior, calipers
      Comp seats
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      Front Lift
      Engine appearance package (for the lights). Will be selling the carbon fiber panels. Hit me up!

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      • #18
        Try to land it on all four, or rear wheels first next time, then brake hard, enter your turn, then nail it after apex. Looks like I'll better my best lap times at my hometrack, Buttonwillow, Ca.- in a C8.
        C8er

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        • #19
          Originally posted by LSECO View Post
          Try to land it on all four, or rear wheels first next time, then brake hard, enter your turn, then nail it after apex. Looks like I'll better my best lap times at my hometrack, Buttonwillow, Ca.- in a C8.
          Lol! The more time in the air the more time you loose on your lap time. BTW...tap the brakes to bring the nose down or full throttle to bring the nose up.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by RoketRdr View Post
            BTW...tap the brakes to bring the nose down or full throttle to bring the nose up.
            Umm......

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            • #21
              Originally posted by RoketRdr View Post

              Lol! The more time in the air the more time you loose on your lap time. BTW...tap the brakes to bring the nose down or full throttle to bring the nose up.
              Works well on a motorcycle, never tried that on a car,
              Last edited by Racer86; 10-14-2019, 09:07 PM.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by LSECO View Post
                Try to land it on all four, or rear wheels first next time, then brake hard, enter your turn, then nail it after apex. Looks like I'll better my best lap times at my hometrack, Buttonwillow, Ca.- in a C8.
                Flat bottom on cars make it very dangerous to fly a car nose high. It’s called a blow over and was a huge problem for the high powered Can Am race cars in the early 1970’s. I know this because I experienced this effect at Laguna Seca at turn one. Front end lifted about 3 feet at close to 135mph. Very lucky that day. You never want air under the front of a race car

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