Wayne, from Oklahoma is a retired Sergeant Major, U.S. Army. He was
bitten by the "mod bug" and has developed an incurable case of Corvette
fever. The subject and cause of this disease is what started out as a
base 2005 white C6. The only hint of performance came from the
C6's Z51 package.
factory car had some niceties that included ; Memory Package,
Removable Transparent Roof, Heated 6-Way Power Adjustable Passenger
& Driver Sport Bucket Seats, Electronic 4 Speed Automatic
Transmission with Overdrive, Heads Up Display, Z51 Performance
Handling Package, Front-13.4x1.26 / 340x32 Crossed Drilled Brake Rotors
and Rear-13.0x1 / 330x26 Crossed Drilled Brake Rotors.
an effort to up the ante Tim Tim installed an after market CAI,
80mm ported throttle body with spacer, 30lb fuel injectors, headers,
stage 2 shift kit-transmission, a 3.15 ratio rear, a three inch flow
master exhaust system, two inch drop suspension, mild cam and a custom
C6 was treated to a variety of wild exterior mods as well. These
include an attention getting paint job in Lamborghini Murcielago lime
pearl green. Custom airbrushing of the hood, halo, rear hatch and
rear end set off green paint theme.
Corvette Z06 wide body kit, RK Sports twin turbo hood and spoiler,
stingray window kit, black headlights, taillights and side markers
complete the "Beast" look. A set of 360 forged custom rims with black
carbon fiber centers give Tim's car some proper attitude. Painted brake
calipers and some under hood paint complete the look.
'Beast's" interior is treated to custom black and green color match
embroidered leather. A custom center waterfall and a 2011 Grand
Sport steering wheel blend in very nicely.
An Alpine stereo
head unit hook up to a Memphis 1000 amplifier with navigation and Blue
tooth. A twelve inch MTX flat sub in a custom leather wrapped enclosure
is a nice detail. The interior also includes a Viper security
system, Z06 speedometer gage cluster and custom interior paint.
future plans for the "Beast" include a very impressive wish list. He
plans to install a Pro-Charger blower, and an array of black carbon
fiber body and interior parts. Rome wasn't built in a day and the cost
of that black plastic can get out of control. Hopefully Tim will share
the continuing saga of his "Beast" with us upon its completion.
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