Pirelli run-flats on stock chrome C5 wheels provide the rolling power, with black powder- coated calipers handling the whoa-power.
DIAGRAM12.JPG – Remove the 2 factory bolts securing the oil pressure sending unit plate to the engine right above the oil filter.  Remove the sending unit plate and factory gasket.  Clean plate, engine, and gasket surfaces. Install the 6mm x 45mm bolts provided through the sending unit plate, the factory gasket, the oil supply adapter plate and the new gasket provided in that order. (Note: The oil outlet fitting should be located on top on the plate. The fitting should point toward the front of the vehicle. These factory gaskets are reusable if not damaged.) Install the assembly onto the engine as shown in Diagram #12 and tighten the bolts to secure in place. Securely connect the 120” #6 stainless oil supply hose to the fitting. Cover the open ends of the oil supply hose, oil return hose and the wastegate hose with tape to prevent debris from entering the hoses. Route the hoses as shown in the diagram keeping them away from any hot, sharp and/or moving objects.  Route the hoses along the factory fuel and brake lines down the driver side of the driveshaft tunnel keeping it away from any hot, sharp and/or moving parts and secure the hoses with nylon ties. (IMPORTANT: Cover the open ends of the hoses with tape to prevent debris from entering hose during the installation process.) Continue routing the hoses along the factory brake lines up and over the rear differential to the back side of the rear differential, securing the hoses along the way with the nylon ties provided.
DIAGRAM13.JPG – Remove the rear wheels and the plastic rear inner fender well liners. For ZO6 models remove the plastic brake cooling ducts and the cooling duct vents from the rocker panels. Support the outer ends of the rear leaf spring with suitable jack stands and slightly raise the spring to remove the tension from the rear leaf spring. Remove the snap ring from each of the leaf spring adjusting bolts on the lower control arms.  Measure the distance from the top of the nut to the top of the bolt and record that distance. Then remove the nut, bolt and bushings from each side. Remove the jack stands. Remove the rear sway bar link nuts and the sway bar frame bushing brackets. Remove the rear sway bar from the vehicle. Remove the factory mufflers by removing the bolts from the factory mid-pipe flanges being careful not to damage the gaskets. Removing the two nuts securing the rubber muffler mounts to the frame at the rear. Be careful that the blind bolts that secure the rear rubber mounts to the frame do not get pushed up into the frame. Once mounts are off, reinstall one of the factory nuts onto the stud closest to the center of the car.  Leave the outer nuts off at this time. Carefully remove the factory mufflers and clean the factory exhaust flanges to provide optimum sealing of the new turbocharger pipes. Bend the rear outer corners of the muffler heat shields up as shown in Diagram #13 to provide maximum clearance of the intake pipes.