C7 Corvette performance and on-track upgrades. The Seventh Generation Corvette rolled out of Bowling Green Kentucky and carried the name "Stingray", the first time since 1976. The new LT1 6.2L Small Block punched out 455 hp and made the Stingray not only the perfect daily driver but a track attack machine. In 2015, the Z07 package took performance to unheard of levels for an American Made Car. A supercharged LT4, 6.2 L engine puts out 650hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. Couple that much power with an 8 speed, paddle shifted transmission and 335 rear tires and your "Factory" supercar is now getting point-bys by dedicated trailered track cars. Congratulations GM on an incredible machine that turns record lap after lap at tracks all over the world.
Fitting the C6 ZR1 and C7 Covette Z07, GiroDisc beings the ultimate direct replacement for your GM CCM rotor. This Girodisc system is a direct replacement for the C6 ZR1 and C7 Corvette Z07 disc.