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  • Front end lift system in action

    Not sure if it's already been posted here, but I found this video of the front lift system being used. Credit to Corvette: Sales, News & Lifestyle on YouTube.

    Last edited by John; 07-27-2019, 02:37 PM. Reason: Thank you Bluevette. Inserted live video here for easier viewing.

  • #2
    Thanks for sharing! Cool video! The lift is much quicker than the ones in Italian exotics.


    • #3
      This is such a needed option IMO for around the city! This is a MUST option where I live.
      2020 C8 | Torch Red | Z51 | 3LT | Carbon | Comp Seats
      2016 Porsche GT4 | Black everything ... sold
      2016 BMW M2 | Blue | MT ... sold
      2014 C7 | Torch Red | Z51 | 2LT ... sold


      • #4
        Absolutely agree. I can not get into my favorite gas station, have to get into one restaurant by going around the block then enter/exit by a bumpy alley. Certain streets I totally avoid due to their tall speed bumps. Regardless of price, this is my #1 option.
        2023 Z06: Elkhart Lake Blue, 2-tone blue interior, HTC, Standard Z06 with Z07 aero pkg, CCB’s, 3LZ, E60, every visible carbon fiber option including wheels, Jake Design Pkg. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 25 year NCM members. Home is the beautiful Pacific Northwest.


        • #5
          I can get in and out of manhattan without the lift on my past three vettes...

          i do have to exit trader joes through a main street exit andavoid the side street exit as I hit the street hard years back and broke my plastic radiator on the shock of that exit...

          it definiely is a great option...but 1500 is where I draw the limit...maybe 1800..

          i daily these corvettes fir hundreds of thousands of miles over the recent models and only once i broke the lower radiator support...and once I cracked the plastic radiator....

          more my fault than the cars fault...

          not enough to force me to pay for 2LT...

          otherwise a great option...and for those who go for it...too cool for school.


          • #6
            John is the front lift system part of a specific package or is it a stand-alone option ?


            • #7
              It's a standalone option (RPO code E60) however it is only available on 2LT and 3LT trims. So if you intended to get a 1LT you're out of luck.


              • #8
                Originally posted by Klinn
                It's a standalone option (RPO code E60) however it is only available on 2LT and 3LT trims. So if you intended to get a 1LT you're out of luck.
                2LT seems like a must have (for me at least) with all of the options that it comes with. Hopefully it doesn't cost too much more


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Klinn
                  It's a standalone option (RPO code E60) however it is only available on 2LT and 3LT trims. So if you intended to get a 1LT you're out of luck.
                  3LT it is then 🤷‍♂️ thank you