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Old 03-14-2018, 02:06 PM   #463
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I’m not sure if it’s posted already!! But is there a parts list of the whats needed to do the Z06’s ?? Very interested in doing it .. thanks guys
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Old 03-14-2018, 02:33 PM   #464
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Iím not sure if itís posted already!! But is there a parts list of the whats needed to do the Z06ís ?? Very interested in doing it .. thanks guys
I believe its just the same as V brakes

but
Z06 non carbon ceramic calipers
with I believe V rotors and Zl1 backing plate and ZL1 line and Z06 PAds

if I put this together correctly
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:55 AM   #465
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I believe its just the same as V brakes

but
Z06 non carbon ceramic calipers
with I believe V rotors and Zl1 backing plate and ZL1 line and Z06 PAds

if I put this together correctly
Yep.

If you have a 1LE, you won't need a different backing plate. Very easy bolt up mod. You can use ZL1 or V rotors, your choice. You will also need a pin kit.

Here's the list I referenced. Part numbers in bold because the text is wonky:

Part Name - GM or Delco Part number

corvette calipers LEFT - 23242497
corvette calipers RIGHT - 23242498
zl1 rotor left - 20795300
zl1 rotor right - 20795302
ZL1 brake lines goodridge (pair) - GOODRIDGE-CAMARO-12227
ACDelco 18K2108X (pin kit) - ACDelco 18K2108X
ZL1 brake pad kit (front set) - ACDelco 171-1040 (or GM 25940447)
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Old 03-15-2018, 12:45 PM   #466
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Awesome bud thanks
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Old 05-21-2018, 10:48 AM   #467
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I made it about a quarter way through this thread that started off with brake information. Upgrading to the Corvette Z06 calipers with the ported pistons. Questions were asked if the p/n were known for the brake calipers (Which are easy to find these days) but more importantly the ported pistons (not so easy to locate and find). Then the thread goes out in left field with suspension sets ups, cambers and shims. Dudes........ start a new thread so we dont have to read 34 pages of rambling that is non-applicable to the original thread. Thanks
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Old 05-21-2018, 11:10 AM   #468
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Part numbers for the ported pistons mentioned as a upgrade in the Corvette calipers (2015+), mentioned on page one of this thread. You can upgrade your CTSV and ZL calipers with these.
- ACDELCO 23242510 GM Original Equipment
Front; Heavy Duty Antilock Brakes (J56)
or
- ACDELCO 19207043 GM Original Equipment Info
Front; HD ABS brakes(J57)
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Old 05-21-2018, 12:35 PM   #469
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Part numbers for the ported pistons mentioned as a upgrade in the Corvette calipers (2015+), mentioned on page one of this thread. You can upgrade your CTSV and ZL calipers with these.
- ACDELCO 23242510 GM Original Equipment
Front; Heavy Duty Antilock Brakes (J56)
or
- ACDELCO 19207043 GM Original Equipment Info
Front; HD ABS brakes(J57)
An the will run about 120+ a set unless they have goon down.
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Old 08-17-2018, 07:26 PM   #470
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I just completed the upgrade and am looking forward to seeing how it drives.

An issue that I have seen discussed in many thread is the torque to yield (TTY) bolts.

Not being a fan of TTY bolts I went to the local Fastenal store and purchased new 10.9 bolts. Fronts are M14-2.0X60, part number 11115761, and rears are M12-1.75X60 part number 11115752. These are zinc plated flange head bolts. They cost $5 or $6 bucks each but you can reuse them. I torqued the fronts to 125 ft lbs and the rears to 75 ft lbs and put a dab of Locktite Blue on them.

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