WELCOME TO Vtech Corvette, LLC!
Vtech Corvette provides complete C2 and C3 Corvette restoration. Our suspension and restoration shop is your best source for quick and reliable service. Vtech Corvette provides rebuilds of Corvette trailing arms, wheel bearings, rear ends (differentials) control arms. Our service work is guaranteed. We care about the passion you have for your Corvette.
Vtech Corvette has over thirty years of Corvette rebuilding experience and Jim is an ASE Certified Master Technician.
Since you are dealing directly with the rebuilder, Vtech offers unbeatable prices, quality work and quick turnaround on orders. By dealing directly with the rebuilder, you eliminate some of the cost. Vtech Corvette is very competitive on parts and pricing.
If you are looking for a specific part for your C2 or C3 Corvette restoration, please call us, we have inventory (new or reconditioned) that is not listed in our online store!
Be sure to ask about our premium box service.
We can ship you our custom made boxes to ship us your parts!
"Your C2 and C3 Specialists!"
’63-’82 Corvette Differential Side Yokes (Stub Shafts)$134.00 – $155.00
1963 – 1982 CONTROL ARMS COMPLETE SET$1,150.00 – $1,225.00
1965 – 1982 Trailing Arm with a NEW TRAILING ARM – Left or Right (price includes core charge)$729.95
1965 -1982 Reconditioned Trailing Arm Assembly (price includes the core charge)$579.95
1965 -1982 Trailing Arm with NEW TRAILING ARM and NEW SPINDLE – NO CORE CHARGE$759.95
Finely Tuning a Corvette Differential
A corvette differential is a type of automobile differential that is used in the Chevrolet Corvette sports car. It was first introduced on the third-generation models and has been found to be one of the most significant upgrades to this popular vehicle. The corvette differential offers many benefits over other types of differentials, with improvements being seen in both performance and safety.
The Known Benefits of Corvette Differential
Corvette differentials offer improved safety thanks to the reduced chance of wheel slip during acceleration and cornering. This is because corvette differentials have high locking rates, which means that power will be transferred more efficiently without slipping wheels. Corvette differential performance is also better than other types of automobile differential as it provides a smoother ride with less vibration due to the constantly changing axle speed while driving through rough terrain or corners. In addition, corvettes equipped with this type of differential are able to climb steeper grades in off-road conditions when compared to similar vehicles without an automotive differential. corvettes benefit from using corvette differentials for several reasons: they last longer since there is no metal-to-metal contact, corvettes equipped with corvette differentials are able to corner better and straighter than their counterparts without the superior type of automotive differential.
They last longer as there is no metal-to-metal contact between components in the corvette differential assembly. This means it gives a smoother ride with less vibration due to constantly changing axle speed while driving through rough terrain or corners. Corvette vehicles also benefit from using this type of automobile differently because they can climb steeper grades when compared to similar automobiles not having an automotive differential.
Corvette differentials are typically more robust than conventional axles, as corvettes often require additional torque for a light load or climbing steep hills (such as when fully loaded). This is especially true of older corvettes that were designed with one gear ratio per axle. In such cases, while it may be possible to use an axle from another corvette model in place of the original corvette differential which has failed; this only leads to mismatched performance characteristics between the front and rear axles on those applications where they are used together. Because both wheels rotate independently about their own axis and move equally but opposite each other during turns, there will always be some differences in rotational speed. This is the corvette differential at work and this will always be true of all corvettes, whether they have one or two corvette differentials.
Climbing Steep Hills
For a light load or climbing steep hills (such as when fully loaded). However, since both wheels rotate independently about their own axis and move equally but opposite each other, during turns, there will always be some difference in rotational speed between the front and rear axles on those applications where they are used together. Because both wheels rotate independently about their own axis and move equally but opposite each other, during turns, there will always be some differences in rotational speed. The corvette differential is constantly working to equalize these speeds by applying more torque to slower rotating tires – The corvette differential is constantly working to equalize these speeds by applying more torque to the slower rotating tires.
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