For your reference, use the above instructions to calculate fuel injector size for your Corvette based on target peak horsepower. Instructions courtesy of Precision-Flow.
Items Posted February 2011
By Chris Petris Illustration by Chris Petris A common question asked among C4 Corvette owners is “why does my engine run so hot? The cooling fans do not come on until the coolant temperature is way too hot”. Federal regulations required high operating temperatures to keep idle emissions at their designated levels. The oxygen sensor… Read more »
Corvette Central is pleased to introduce correct motor mounts for C2 and C3 Corvettes, available in both locking and non-locking versions. Until now, quality reproduction motor mounts were impossible to find for C2 and C3 Corvettes. The mounts that are available in parts stores and warehouses do not approach the original factory mounts in terms… Read more »
Corvette Central is pleased to introduce our exclusive correct sounding dual outlet mufflers for the 1984-1990 Corvette. These are manufactured and welded in USA by Corvette Central (cases are manufactured in Canada). On the original 1984-1990 dual-outlet muffler, the inner outlet tube is for appearance only, and is blocked off. With our design, the outer… Read more »
Corvette Central is pleased to introduce manual and power window regulators for 1956-62 and 1963-67 Corvettes. These exclusive regulators are produced to original factory specifications, resulting in fit and function that is identical to the original regulators. Suitable for judging, their movement and range have been engineered with performance verification in mind. The original 1956-62… Read more »
Corvette Central is pleased to introduce updated antenna assemblies for 1969-1978 Corvettes (not for power antenna applications). The new assemblies reflect some updates that we made to make them more correct in comparison to the OEM antennas. Our original replacement antenna lacked the OEM teeth to secure where the antenna mast met the metal base… Read more »