New ZR-1 in action

Discussion in 'Chevy Corvette Forum' started by ct9a, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. ct9a

    ct9a New Member

    This is just bad ass.

  2. 95CTburb19

    95CTburb19 New Member

    HA take that skyline! :lol:
  3. SoonerSilverado11

    SoonerSilverado11 New Member

  4. ct9a

    ct9a New Member

    IDK, I think I'd still have to take a GT-R over the ZR-1. I've been wanting one of those since the R32.
  5. MWright936

    MWright936 New Member

    Ok, that was sick....I want one
  6. sdavis2702

    sdavis2702 New Member

    And that is why I drive a Trans Am. It's the closest I can get to that kinda performance hahaha.
  7. Springthing

    Springthing New Member

    Wow... and in my mind I was seeing the corvette about to practically fall into the sedan category. I'm guessing this is the unaffordable model, though? I've come to learn the more numbers and letters after the car's name, the most expensive it is.

    "And for $29,950 we have this Corvette. If you'd like a little performance, for the modest price of just over $83,000 we have the Corvette GT-X 9R/T J-Line Sport RVX Limited with Quad-Tunnel Intake Turbo Diamond Edition."
  8. Stargazer

    Stargazer New Member

    If only all roads were straight lines! :lol:
  9. sdavis2702

    sdavis2702 New Member

    If they were... I would run out of gas soooooooooo fast lol
  10. ct9a

    ct9a New Member

  11. 95CTburb19

    95CTburb19 New Member

    those skylines are soo messed up. First off they recommend that you put straight nitrogen in the tires. If you run the stock tires in the winter you will void your warranty. You can't use the full power unless the gps within the car recognizes you are at a race track. I'm pretty sure there are some other things I'm forgetting but if someone gave me one I'd drive it.
  12. ct9a

    ct9a New Member

    Yeah, the electronic nannies in the R35 are ridiculous. Supposedly there are some aftermarket companies (Apex'i and Greddy/Trust) that are working on getting around that.

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