1992 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 6 SPEED 33K ORIGINAL MILES ADJUSTABLE
SUSPENSION 1992 marked the production of the one millionth
Corvette. It rolled off the assembly line on July 2, 1992 and is
currently in the national Corvette Museum. The LT1 engine was
introduced as the base engine for Corvette. This new engine
produces 300 horserpower and 330 lb-ft of torque. At 452 pounds the
LT1 is approximately 20 pounds heavier than the L98 that it
replace. It uses a new cooling method, routing the coolant first to
the heads and then to the rest of the motor. This allows for higher
bore temperatures, less ring friction and more cooling around the
spark plug bosses and valve seats. It also includes a lower
restriction exhaust system using two catalytic converters and two
oxygen sensors, a high compression ratio, computer controlled
ignition timing, free-flowing cylinder heads and a new multiport
fuel injection system to increase horsepower. An automatic safety
shutoff stopped fuel flow above 5,850 RPM to prevent damage.
'Acceleration Slip Regulation' (ASR) was a new traction control
system that was now standard on all Corvettes, it used
timing-retard, throttle adjustments and braking to keep traction.
It also has a disable switch above the headlight knob. Improved
weather stripping and extra insulation kept the cabin drier and
quieter. On the ZR-1 badges were added above the gills on the front
fenders. The instrument panel was updated including all black
buttons and easier to read instrumentation. The power delay feature
added the passenger door to cut power to accessories after the key
was removed. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our
clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom
with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First
and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1992 Chevrolet Corvette
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