Install Sound Deadener in a Corvette C7

Install Sound Deadener in a Corvette C7

Does your Corvette C7 still have just a little too much road noise? If so, here is an excellent solution, install sound deadener in the cargo area under the carpet. This is a great article by “mdiiulio” from the Corvette Forum on exactly how to install sound deadener in a C7 Corvette. Just finished installing some sound deadening material in my Corvette C7. I’m very […]

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Corvette C7 Cargo Area Interior Trim Removal

Corvette C7 Cargo Area Interior Trim Removal

Okay a bunch of guys are wanting a “How to..” removing the Corvette C7 rear cargo area interior panels. Here’s my best stab at it. Tools needed: Torq T40 Plastic pry tools Needle nose pliers Suggested Tools Magnetic pickup tool Inspection mirror Latex/Nitrile gloves Duct tape 7 & 10mm nut driver Mild Threadlock The suggested tools above, are from my experience so far. I’ve had more than a dozen bolts, screws, […]

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Painting Corvette C7 Engine Covers

Painting Corvette C7 Engine Covers

If you want to customize the look of your C7 Corvette engine compartment, painting the coil and fuel rail covers can be a fun project that will yield incredible results. For our project the plan is: – paint the fuse box cover Carbon Flash Metallic – paint the lower covers Carbon Flash Metallic – paint the plenum Carbon Flash Metallic – paint the fuel rail covers Cyber Grey Metallic with Carbon […]

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How to Remove the Gas Tank in a Corvette C5

How to Remove the Gas Tank in a Corvette C5

The below article will show you how to remove the gas tank for a Corvette C5. I removed my fuel senor gauge and jumped the fuel pressure relay to get as much fuel out as I could. There was still almost 2 gallons when I pulled the pump out( I am putting my aem 320 back in) Once I drained all the fuel out, I’ll […]

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Corvette C6 Convertible Speaker Upgrade

Corvette C6 Convertible Speaker Upgrade

  2012 Corvette C6 GS Convertible speaker upgrade with the Kicker DS525’s (rear) and DS35’s (door). Hopes this helps someone out. I found it rather simple, except lining up the bottom screws. I had to use a one inch angled Phillips head screwdriver to do the bottom, outside screws. But it’s done! 1: Move seat back as far forward as possible to gain easy access. […]

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