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C

We currently have 12 entries that begin with this letter.

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Abbreviation for the 1st generation of Corvettes built from 1953-1962.

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Abbreviation for the 2nd generation of Corvettes built from 1963-1967.

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Abbreviation for the 3rd generation of Corvettes built from 1968-1982.

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Abbreviation for the 4th generation of Corvettes built from 1984-1996.

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Abbreviation for the 5th generation of Corvettes built from 1997-2004.

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Abbreviation for the 6th generation of Corvettes built starting in 2005 and are still in production.

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A builder of special edition Corvettes. Very valuable, some exceed 6-figures. Most notable is the B2K, 1987-1991.

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Cross Fire Injection. Method of fuel delivery in the L82 motor. The 1984 is the only C4 to use the L82. This is the same engine used in the 1982 C3. In 1984 the CFI L82 was rated at 205 HP.

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Does it work? If not, the fuse is hidden… behind the Driver Information Center (DIC) on the 1984-1989, and under the right knee bolster on the 1990-1996.

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The term coil over means having a coil spring coaxial with the shock absorber. In terms of a Corvette, it replaces the leaf spring. [IMG]http://i67.photobucket.com/albums/h287/gshoffman/Corvette%20shocks/DSC_5923.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i67.photobucket.com/albums/h287/gshoffman/Corvette%20shocks/IMG_0426.jpg[/IMG]

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