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Old 07-02-2011, 10:21 AM   #1
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ZO6 frame

Anyone know if I can fit C6 running gear/suspension on a C6 ZO6 frame? Thanks
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I believe the Z06 frame has the same dimensions as the C6.
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if only it was close enough to the C5 lol
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I thought I'd read somewhere that the Z06 frame didn't have the cut through's for the normal brake system since the Z06 has the dry sump system. Might not be an issue for this application, but little things like that might make a difference depending on what the thoughts are. Dry sump is a much better way to go, but does add to the price of things.
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