Corvette club of South Australia Inc.


I bought this car from Nick Bolis in November 2009, prior to being a member of COM. Nick's persuasive powers got me into  the club. I drove the car as is until January 2011 when I had a brain fade and decided to install a 383 stroker crate engine. Craig Lawless, a former member, and engine builder sourced the engine, and built it for me. On February 3, 2011 the engine and car were delivered to Mark Brewster Racing, in Bayswater for installation. I decided that a complete update of all underhood components be conducted during this process. The radiator was rejuvenated, a new air conditioning condenser installed, all hoses replaced, new brackets built, and new pulleys installed. The entire engine bay was scrutinised, and ANTHING that looked dodgy was replaced. The engine finally was in place, and a new Holley intake manifold was installed together with new fuel rails, stainless steel fuel lines new custom built headers ceramic coated by Unique exhaust.
A new distributor had to be built by Performance Ignition in Bayswater. The engine was dynoed, and produces 233.4 KW at the back wheels.
I finally recovered my car on October 11th, just in time for the Lead-foot challenge in November
Mark Brewster undertook this project personally, his first experience with a Corvette, and I have to say his skill, and experience, and dedication to detail was outstanding.

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