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1992 - 1996 Optispark Dissection and Replacement This article was written by Mike Chaney who is a contributor to the F-body Listserv. He has done an excellent dissection of an Optispark distributor which appeared on 1992 - 1996 LT1 Corvettes. Below, he describes the replacement of an Optispark distributor on his 1995 Pontiac Trans Am. Keep in mind that the replacement *is* conducted on a TA and not a Corvette so there may be differences.
Poly Performance: Putting Polyurethane Bushings on Your Late Model Corvette Putting polyurethane bushings on your late-model Corvette pays off with better ride and handling.
Nash Thrash: Rebuilding the Doug Nash 4+3 Overdrive Unit An in-depth look at rebuilding the 1984 - 1988 Doug Nash 4+3 manual transmission.
1984 - 1996 Suspension Chart Specifications for all 1984 - 1996 Corvette suspension systems.
Six Steps for a King's Ride The Inside Story of C4's Shock Absorber Revolution, Selective Ride Control
Stop to Match the Go All About C4 Antilock Brakes and Traction Control
Quietly Powerful: How to Build a C4 LT1/4/5 Exhaust that Gains 28 hp and...is Quiet Technical article outlining how to add 28 hp to your LT1, LT4, or LT5 using Flowmaster's cat-back exhaust system.
Run Flat Facts: Hib compares OEM run flat tires to aftermarket run flat tires and discovers some surprising results!
C4/C5 Corvette EMT Run-Flat Tire Servicing: C4/C5 Corvette EMT Run-Flat Tire Servicing by Hunter Engineering.
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