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Lashway Motorsports and Superior Auto Design partnered up once again to bring you one bad *** ride. A perfect combination of beauty, and performance. This 2007 Z06 has it all. Nothing was left untouched on this particular vehicle. Interior modifications, exterior modifications, engine work and tuning, and a set of one off custom wheels with real carbon fiber overlay. You name it, we made it happen.
Custom cam and head package by Lashway Motorsports
Fast 102 Manifold
Kooks Headers, catless x pipe, stock exhaust system with mild to wild switch
3M Matte Blue Metallic exterior wrap by Superior Automotive Design
Custom Carbon Fiber/Aluminum 3-pc concave wheels by Strasse Forged, 20x10 20x13
Custom powder coated calipers
Katech Rails, Valve Covers, Coil Relocation Kit
Completely built and tuned in house at Lashway Motorsports of Pompano Beach, your local LSX Specialists!
Next up, custom cluch, 200 shot, 102 Nick Williams Throttle Body!
Looking to build the car of your dreams, give us a call anytime!
Here is a video shot before we finished her up...
Last edited by Erik@Lashway; 10-26-2012 at 09:46 AM..
Thanks a lot guys, appreciate the kind words. Power was a tad low in my opinion, but we're still adding some parts to get that up. Nevertheless, car picked up a lot of power from its baseline of 460. Yes, MD-500 Mustang Dyno - the stingiest dyno in town trust me!
The vehicle is wrapped in 3M's newest color, Matte Metallic Blue. It is almost iridescent at certain angles...really stunning if you ask me.
We painted all of the emblems here...basically took some basecoat black, cut it with reducer about 4-1, and sprayed very thin coats over the emblems and tailights until we reached desired coverage. We then hit it with 3 coats of clear, and let sit over night. The clear really settled nicely and everything came out perfect as you can see. I love the blue/black theme, works well.
That looks ******* awesome!!! Are the wheels actually carbon fiber? I love the punisher on the door, not out there but it makes you say "oh ****!"
Not 100 % CF, no. They are constructed of forged aluminum - 3 pc with ARP studs holding it all together. The CF is basically overlaid onto the center of the wheels, and vacuum formed to get a perfect shape and fit. Then it is sealed and cleared so it never comes off.
I love the Jake Skulls...it was a last minute idea I had - it's intended to pay homage to the history of Corvette Racing and it's "kick-***-ness".