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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Flynt, Apr 2, 2019.
2018 then, suits me just fine. (in my dreams)
You'll need a 2015. there has not been a 6th gen z28.
Was someone there keeping an eye on you? Why not drove them like you stolded them? Which one for longest burnout?
I love it
Don't let them get you down, Flint. I specifically put the T56 in my Z way back in '95 for fuel economy- I wanted to drive THAT SPECIFIC car, and I also wanted the best fuel economy I could achieve for my daily use. I did a comparison sheet years ago where I compared the miles I'd driven since against the fuel I would have used with the TH-350, and I was at $1400 saved in gas with the T56. This was over about 45k miles or so, I think. At today's gas prices, it would add up a lot faster if I were daily driving it. I was into the T56 for about $2500 (bought new in crate for $1850, plus supporting parts), so to get some payback from it was sweet.
Oh, I also spent a LOT of time drag racing it at Orlando Speed World, so I wasn't only looking for economy. I wanted as much as I could get of both.
So keep on keeping on, my friend. Welcome to the Efficiency Aficionados Club.
It’s no secret that I’ve been a Chevy man all my life, I still drive my old 2004 Chevy Silverado 4x4 with 267 thousand miles on it.
But, if I would have to pick one today, it would be this one, hands down.
ricer wheel flares
The flares are most likely required by DOT to keep the wide wheels inside the body work.
Probably true. Cheap execution on a very expensive car.
While I can appreciate you might like this car, and I know they are powerhouses, but in opinion it is ugly as hell. Those fender flares are awful.