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    The 2019 Corvette ZR1 - 750hp LT5

    Here it is folks. This is 100% real. The car is officially revealed by GM on Sunday.



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    Not a mid-engine.




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    So the LT5 is a blown 6.2L that's just got a bigger blower on it than the LT4. Hm...

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    A thread on corvetteforum said it has either the 7M or an 8 speed automatic. Why wouldn't it have the 10spd? Or is that perhaps wrong information?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Potent68 View Post
    A thread on corvetteforum said it has either the 7M or an 8 speed automatic. Why wouldn't it have the 10spd? Or is that perhaps wrong information?
    Corvette won't get the 10 speed in this generation. Since we're about a year away from the C8, there was no point in engineering the A10 for the current Corvette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearhead SS View Post
    Corvette won't get the 10 speed in this generation. Since we're about a year away from the C8, there was no point in engineering the A10 for the current Corvette.
    If it's that soon for the C8, I'd pass on buying this car (if I were in the position to get one).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearhead SS View Post
    Corvette won't get the 10 speed in this generation. Since we're about a year away from the C8, there was no point in engineering the A10 for the current Corvette.
    Thinking the current joint Gm/Ford 10spd may not be beefy enough to handle that kind of power.
    But, I've never seen specs on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by No F-bdy Bs View Post
    Thinking the current joint Gm/Ford 10spd may not be beefy enough to handle that kind of power.
    But, I've never seen specs on it.
    It's handling 650 on the ZL1.

    My guess, to go with the rumors I heard, is the 10 speed was designed after the C7 chassis and it won't fit.

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    would a 10spd even benefit a car like this? 750hp is probably enough power to spin the tires at anything below 100mph, so is added gear reduction and torque multiplication even much of an advantage?

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    I don't love the star wheels

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    The aero bits are pretty loud, but overall pretty badass.

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    i'm not big on the new corvette but i don't think the ZR1 looks bad. better than the regular vette for sure.

    not a big fan of the wheels though.

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    750hp... Not bad...

    Let's do some quick mathulation here...

    Demon... 840hp... 4280 lbs. = 5.09 lbs. per hp.

    ZR1... 750hp... 3772 lbs. = 4.96 lbs. per hp.

    GM should have a drag radial package and a transbrake as an option and put the Dodge on the trailer, just for giggles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PacerX View Post
    750hp... Not bad...

    Let's do some quick mathulation here...

    Demon... 840hp... 4280 lbs. = 5.09 lbs. per hp.

    ZR1... 750hp... 3772 lbs. = 4.96 lbs. per hp.

    GM should have a drag radial package and a transbrake as an option and put the Dodge on the trailer, just for giggles.
    Wouldn't the aero bits on the ZR1 slow it down though compared to the nothing on the Demon in a straight line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PacerX View Post
    750hp... Not bad...

    Let's do some quick mathulation here...

    Demon... 840hp... 4280 lbs. = 5.09 lbs. per hp.

    ZR1... 750hp... 3772 lbs. = 4.96 lbs. per hp.

    GM should have a drag radial package and a transbrake as an option and put the Dodge on the trailer, just for giggles.
    Your Demon numbers are off because 840HP is on race gas and the 4280lbs it the gutted car nobody will order. Real world the the ZR1 has a bigger lbs/HP advantage than this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    Your Demon numbers are off because 840HP is on race gas and the 4280lbs it the gutted car nobody will order. Real world the the ZR1 has a bigger lbs/HP advantage than this.
    realistic recalculations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by STANG KILLA SS View Post
    realistic recalculations?
    4208+ 200lbs for passenger seat, carpet, etc / 808HP = 5.54lbs/HP

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    4208+ 200lbs for passenger seat, carpet, etc / 808HP = 5.54lbs/HP
    I'll give you the weight, but why do you get to discount the power it will make from Dodge by just putting the right fuel in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    Your Demon numbers are off because 840HP is on race gas and the 4280lbs it the gutted car nobody will order. Real world the the ZR1 has a bigger lbs/HP advantage than this.
    Fat Vette driver vs Fat Demon driver?

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    I think ricers of the late 90s/early 2000s ruined wings for an entire generation, because that's what so many people think of now when they think of spoilers/wings. To me, seeing a car with a functionally necessary wing is no different than seeing a car with oversized brakes, or a supercharger scoop sticking through the hood. It's a functional piece of go-fast hardware and it's cool, IMO. A corvette like this isn't supposed to be a sleeper or something... it's a street legal race car.

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    I'm kinda surprised they kept the red tail lights. Figured they'd be clear, like the ZO6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScotWithOne_t View Post
    I think ricers of the late 90s/early 2000s ruined wings for an entire generation, because that's what so many people think of now when they think of spoilers/wings. To me, seeing a car with a functionally necessary wing is no different than seeing a car with oversized brakes, or a supercharger scoop sticking through the hood. It's a functional piece of go-fast hardware and it's cool, IMO. A corvette like this isn't supposed to be a sleeper or something... it's a street legal race car.
    For me, it depends on the car. If I see some clapped out 5.0 Mustang with a giant wing, my eyes roll around my head twice. If I see one on this car or a Viper or any actual track oriented car, I give it a thumbs up because I know it's functional and not stuck on by some douchebag trying to make everyone think their car is fast.

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    Yep... IMO, it's the Corvette's version of the Viper ACR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANSBIRD View Post
    Yep... IMO, it's the Corvette's version of the Viper ACR.
    Agreed. It actually sounds like it has better manners than the ACR though, which is a good thing.

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    Functional or not it still looks clapped out.

    What happened to the big HP NA DOHC engine???

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    Functional or not it still looks clapped out.

    What happened to the big HP NA DOHC engine???
    If it was a Ford you'd have such a hard on for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearhead SS View Post
    If it was a Ford you'd have such a hard on for it.
    Nope ugly is still ugly.....ZO6 > ZR1 in looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    Nope ugly is still ugly.....ZO6 > ZR1 in looks.
    While I agree, this car is meant to perform and function > form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANSBIRD View Post
    While I agree, this car is meant to perform and function > form.
    Sure...but a stock Z06 is more car than would realistically need for handling, so form > function for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    What happened to the big HP NA DOHC engine???
    You think a factory NA platform would have produced anything near 750 hp? Be pretty silly to put an engine in the flagship ZR1 that couldn't compete with the ZO6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT Morgan View Post
    You think a factory NA platform would have produced anything near 750 hp? Be pretty silly to put an engine in the flagship ZR1 that couldn't compete with the ZO6.
    Maybe not 750HP but 700+ would have been possible from a 7.0L DOHC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    Maybe not 750HP but 700+ would have been possible from a 7.0L DOHC.
    Meh... That would take a lot more time, engineering, and resources simply for a car that won't be around that terribly long before a new model will be out. The current design is cheaper, makes more power, and reaches a performance goal much easier.

    GM: "We want 750 hp out of this engine."
    GM: "Hello Eaton... we need a bigger blower."
    Eeaton: "Done"
    * GM: "Ok, we have the blower. Let's beef up the internals"

    VS coming out w/ a brand new engine.


    *I'm only assuming here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    Maybe not 750HP but 700+ would have been possible from a 7.0L DOHC.
    Tell us all again why you need a DOHC engine to make power and go fast? I'll take the compact, lightweight pushrod engine that still makes tons of usable power (as much of more than any DOHC V8 Ford has ever made), is simpler to produce, and had less internal friction. 8 and 10 speed transmissions largely nullify any benefit of an increased redline in a DOHC engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5.0THIS View Post
    Tell us all again why you need a DOHC engine to make power and go fast? I'll take the compact, lightweight pushrod engine that still makes tons of usable power (as much of more than any DOHC V8 Ford has ever made), is simpler to produce, and had less internal friction. 8 and 10 speed transmissions largely nullify any benefit of an increased redline in a DOHC engine.
    Not to mention the fact that it was more cost effective due to the fact that they didn't have to design and engineer an all new engine for what will be a 1 model year only, extremely low production vehicle.

    If we see a DOHC motor, it will come with the C8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5.0THIS View Post
    Tell us all again why you need a DOHC engine to make power and go fast? I'll take the compact, lightweight pushrod engine that still makes tons of usable power (as much of more than any DOHC V8 Ford has ever made), is simpler to produce, and had less internal friction. 8 and 10 speed transmissions largely nullify any benefit of an increased redline in a DOHC engine.
    What does this have to do with Ford? The orginal ZR1 was DOHC and there was a good amount of speculation about GM coming out with a bespoke engine for the new ZR1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVTguy View Post
    Maybe not 750HP but 700+ would have been possible from a 7.0L DOHC.
    Who cares about that? Ricers?

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    love everything but the wheels.

    that V shaped hood is crazy!

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    Good call on the ACR comparison.

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    I wonder what the drag coefficient is on the Demon VS the ZR1. I know the ZR1 has a ton more downforce, but I still would be curious to see the comparison (not sure why we're comparing these 2 cars anyway. The ZR1 is made for so much more than just the 1/4)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANSBIRD View Post
    I wonder what the drag coefficient is on the Demon VS the ZR1. I know the ZR1 has a ton more downforce, but I still would be curious to see the comparison (not sure why we're comparing these 2 cars anyway. The ZR1 is made for so much more than just the 1/4)
    It's not even close to be a drag car. These 2 cars are on complete opposite ends of the spectrum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearhead SS View Post
    It's not even close to be a drag car. These 2 cars are on complete opposite ends of the spectrum.
    Well...

    We know the ZR1 will hammer the Demon in any other performance metric, so it would be snifty if it hammered it in the 1/4 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PacerX View Post
    Well...

    We know the ZR1 will hammer the Demon in any other performance metric, so it would be snifty if it hammered it in the 1/4 too.
    Why are you trying to compare these two cars in the first place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANSBIRD View Post
    I wonder what the drag coefficient is on the Demon VS the ZR1. I know the ZR1 has a ton more downforce, but I still would be curious to see the comparison (not sure why we're comparing these 2 cars anyway. The ZR1 is made for so much more than just the 1/4)
    Drag coefficient wouldn't matter without knowing frontal area.

    If I remember what I read, there are multiple levels of aero available on the ZR1 also.

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    Another terrible looking Vette

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    Quote Originally Posted by speed_demon24 View Post
    Who wants the power curve of a 6.2L engine with a PD blower when you can have an 8500 rpm screamer with no torque.
    Last edited by Anewconvert; 11-10-2017 at 06:12 AM.

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    The rotary engine is the Donald trump of internal combustion engines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5.0THIS View Post
    The rotary engine is the Donald trump of internal combustion engines.
    A lot of noise and hot air without much to show for it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anewconvert View Post
    A lot of noise and hot air without much to show for it??
    Blows a gasket over the most minor transgressions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anewconvert View Post
    A lot of noise and hot air without much to show for it??
    Yes. I was trying to work a toupee angle in there somehow as well but couldn't figure it out.

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    Yeah, it was designed to combat the derating issues unfortunately. Something GM has been careful about on the other LT4 platforms and certainly looks to have addressed on the ZR1. Radiators and heat exchangers everywhere. LOL.

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