Corvette forum is open to all generations of Corvettes
Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 6, 2007
SmokinVette.com, a Huntington Beach, CA privately owned Corvette Forum, would like to announce our completion of Stage II web design. The site was designed by Corvette enthusiasts for the Corvette enthusiast. The sites intended purpose is to showcase and provide answers to your every day questions regarding Corvette maintenance, technical, aftermarket upgrades, product review, do it yourself guides, performance vendors and much more.
Corvette owners are able to register for a free profile where they can post or answer questions, upload their "SmokinVette" photos and video's into our Vette Gallery. This "Corvette forum is open to all generations of Corvettes" including: C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6 and Z06 Corvettes. Once registered within minutes a complete profile can be set up showcasing the owners Corvette.
SmokinVette.com has two main project Corvettes: #1 is a 2005 Z51 Automatic transmission. This car has received a complete make over that includes:
Lingenfelter/Starcraft Hood, Rear Fascia, Chin Spoiler and Side skirts, AP Racing Big Brake kit, Magnuson Super Charger, B&B Bullet's, B&B X Pipe, Lowered, Z06 Quarter Panels, Black Powder Coated Z06 Wheels, Bilstein Sport Shocks,170 thermostat, Nology "Hotwires", Lingenfelter Air Intake, Custom Tune by Haddad Motorsports, Boston Pro 60 6 1/2" 2 way w/1" Alloy dome tweeters (front speakers), Boston SL 65 2 way 6 1/2" (rear speakers), 2 JL Audio 10" subs in custom made box, Alpine PDX 600 Watt Amp (powering front speakers) & Alpine PDX 1000 Watt Amp (powering the rear subs).
This Corvette is nearly ninety percent complete and dyno'd with current modifications at 489 HP / 490 TQ. Upcoming modifications include performance suspension, Snow Performance water/methanol injection, Meziere electric water pump, Kooks 1 7/8" headers and 3" X Pipe.
Our #2 Corvette is also a 2005 Z51 yet is a manual transmission. This car is getting a professionally built naturally aspirated engine built by Air Flow Research and Haddad Motorsports. Our goal is to achieve 500-550 RWHP naturally aspirated.
To view a complete list modifications and to view photos visit our Corvette Forum.