1990 Chevrolet Corvette

ZR1 - King of the Hill / Targa

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1990 Chevrolet Corvette

ZR1 - King of the Hill / Targa

Condition Pre-Owned Clear Title
Mileage 19294
Transmission Manual
Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
Exterior Color
Stock #
VIN # 1G1YZ23J7L5800271
Warranty No-Warranty
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Vehicle Overview

Low mileage Corvette ZR1

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Unique to the ZR-1, the LT5 engine is a unique example of double-overhead-cam, four-valve-per-cylinder technology. Developed jointly with Lotus and built by Mercury Marine (the boat motor people), this 5.7-liter aluminum, 32-valve V8 has the same 4.40-inchbore center spacing as the venerable Chevy small-block.

The ZR-1 looks like a Corvette.  There's that unmistakable shape but with a notable difference: The bodywork widens beginning at the leading edge of the doors and culminates in a tail that is 3 inches broader than the normal Vette's-to accommodate the hefty P3I5/ 35ZR-17 Goodyear Eagle Gatorbacks made specifically for this car. The soft, polyurethane end cap is different too, convex rather than concave with square versus round tail lights and a small red ZR-1 badge that graces the lower right corner. Chevy 3 studio chief John Cafaro describes the Vette's physique as "muscular," and this is especially evident in the ZR-1, which shares the same front end (front wheels and tires, too) with the conventional Corvette, the so-called L98. Another notable difference between the L98 and ZR-1 is weight. Heftier engine, bodywork, tires, etc. make the Super Vette some 200 lbs heavier than an L98 coupe. 
As a Corvette, the ZR-1 also shares the Bosch ABS II anti-lock braking, hybridized Z51 suspension, and FX3 Selective Ride Control packages with the L98.  This Bilstein-engineered system, which borrows from Porsche 959 and Lotus Formula 1 technology, uses a gas-over-oil shock absorber whose hollow center shaft is fit-ted with an adjustable orifice that allows varying amounts of shock oil to be bled off from around the piston. This provides six levels of damping in each of the three modes. Touring, Sport, and Performance, for a total of 14 steps (not 18, because some overlap). Settings range from very...

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