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4EVRFAST said:
We also carry a full line of parts for C4/LT4 Corvettes also. We are GM performance specialists, if have a GM product we have performance parts for it!
Do you have any cool valve covers for the LT4?

I've found there are very few that specifically mention fitting on the LT-4. I've given up my search. I really want cool valve covers, but don't want to have to hack/modify any parts to get them to fit right.

Let me know if you come across anything!

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We have access to virtually anything you might need for any Corvette or GM engined car for that matter. Tell us what you need and we'll get it. We also will be glad to do group purchases for common items like rotors or shocks etc.
 

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We have access to virtually anything you might need for any Corvette or GM engined car for that matter. Tell us what you need and we'll get it. We also will be glad to do group purchases for common items like rotors or shocks etc.
Boy, I'll need some nice Baer brakes set-up after bracket racing season is over.

Can you believe I have 33,000 miles on my original GS brakes? And let me tell ya, there has been some HARD HARD braking when that radar detector goes off and says "Laser".
 

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Baer brakes, no problem, we also carry KVR (anodized and cross drilled) for a whole lot less money. I have them on my brothers 99' C5 Vert, 40K miles and no probs or warping.

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Hmm.... any comparison between the two? Seems like Baer is pretty popular...
 

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Baer is popular, but way overpriced for what you are getting. A full set of KVR's will cost about $550 whereas Baer Eradispeed rotors will run you a cool $900. For non racing applications the KVR's are just as good if not better than the Baer rotors. I have them on my SS and couldn't get them to fade even on a autocross. They are truely outstanding in the rain and never seem to warp.
 

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Baer is popular, but way overpriced for what you are getting. A full set of KVR's will cost about $550 whereas Baer Eradispeed rotors will run you a cool $900. For non racing applications the KVR's are just as good if not better than the Baer rotors. I have them on my SS and couldn't get them to fade even on a autocross. They are truely outstanding in the rain and never seem to warp.
Hmm... I was looking to upgrade all the brake stuff... stainless brake lines, new calipers, new rotors. I want the car to stop much better then the factory. And, I want drilled rotors to help them cool off....

Just for grins... what would that set me back?
 

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How about any kits that have 14 inch slotted rotors, and bigger calipers for the front and the rear? Im interested in a whole set.
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We can get any type or size braking system you desire. We can get Alcon calipers with 14" hard anodized, cross drilled or slotted or cross drilled and slotted rotors. Email me for details and a quote.

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