LOMA CORVETTE C6 WIDE BODY KIT TUNING FINISHED IN ASTON MARTIN GREY METALLIC & STAGGERED WHEELS

Updated: May 19


A Legend! The LOMA GT2 Corvette

CORVETTE C6 AS LARGE AS A LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR SV

Who doesn't want a Corvette that is as a large as a Lamborghini Aventador SV? Right, nobody. Corvette owners are proudly presenting the heritage of the Corvette brand and that is good so but still they are fighting with a typical Corvette problem. Power to the ground!


How to bring this immense power to the ground without wheel spin? You may think that this is the 1 Million Dollar questions, but it isn't. Physics work everywhere the same way in the Universe. You need 1) much larger tires or 2) a much wider stance. What is better?


To answer this question we can take a quick look in the Motorsports sector and what are the big car brands doing when they compete at LeMans or any other endurance racing event.


You will quickly notice that they all do the same. Going wide with the fenders to create an artificial wide stance. Most of the time they use the same sizes as the street car except that they use slick tires, but still more or less the same width. That gives you a rough idea why the wider stance is so important and why all car manufacturers use it for racing. That is what the LOMA GT2 WIDE BODY is all about. Performance!


Hard Facts of how your Corvette will use its full power!

HARD FACTS OF THE LOMA GT2 WIDE BODY KIT AND HOW IT WORKS

You can talk to any Racing or Motorsports Guru and ask him if the stance makes a difference. With stance, we mean, the width between the axles. Fact is, that an even 1 Millimeter wider stance is measurable on a quick lap, now imagine what effect 60 Millimetres per axle create. Right, endless Grip, exactly what you and your Corvette needs.


So let's assume you have a Supercharger mounted in your Corvette. That's nice when the car is rolling already pretty fast and even than you can expect some wheel spin. We collected over the years an immense amount of experience with a Corvette Z06 that was tuned to 1100 horsepower. All tho it is the most know Corvette on the planet, if you don't know this car, follow this LINK here to see what we are talking about. Please note: in the video the car was “only” with 800 horsepower equipped as the new engine was not ready at this time. However, be sure that 800 HP in a Corvette Z06 is an experience from another world. Here below is the first attempt on the drag strip with the new engine. Check the video below.



WHAT ABOUT THE QUALITY AND INSTALLATION OF THE LOMA GT2 WIDE BODY KIT? DO I NEED A MECHANIC OR CUSTOM SHOP? NOOOO YA DONT!

Look at the picture below. Beside that the Aston Martin Grey metallic looks really sexy on the Corvette C6, notice how perfectly the lines from the new LOMA GT2 front fender, flows in to the door lines. As above so below would a Freemason say, and indeed, not indication of anything custom. It looks like GM itself has built it. That's the beauty in it.


Tune your Corvette mechanically by giving the car mechanical grip. Americans are the best in the world for making insane working Superchargers, there is no doubt about it. Europeans are the best in the world to create mechanical grip. Combine this, and you have a street legal weapon. Don't wait, Go for it.


Simply perfect in every detail.

THE LINES AND GAPS ARE AS MADE FROM THE GM FACTORY

The installation is that simple, that 9 of 10 customers are installing the part themselves in their home garage. Simply unscrew your stock fenders. Take your new GT2´s drill 5 holes per side and mount them on the same spot with the same screws back to your car. That is the hole job with every single part. Start in the morning, prepare some Donuts and Coffee and get started. By evening you should be done but only if you never ever worked on your car. We need for the installation 90 minutes to give you an idea. The side rockers around mounted on the C6 and Z06 just as they are mounted on the ZR1. Again factory stuff. A Corvette C6 Body Kit that lets no wishes open.


No mud flaps! All in one with the LOMA GT2.

THE REAR FORGED WHEELS STANDS ON 345/25/20 HANKOOK TIRES

We also have many questions like: does the kit contain the rear mud flaps? Hell No it don't because for God’s sake, we hate plastic. The so-called mud flaps are now one part with the rear fender. Yes you read right, the gray rear panel in the picture above and the black mud flap on front and rear is ONE PART just separated by paint. That's all.


Why? Because you don't have any gaps and so the fitment is perfect and secondly because for God’s sake, we hate plastic.


Depending on if you want or not, but you have now space to mount the 345 tire from Hankook. Are they best for the performance? We don't know but some of you guys want it and if you can get it, do it. Check also our page for custom forged wheels out. We offer you also a package price for body kit and wheels. You can have staggered, concave, flat, Monoblock, 2-Piece or 3-piece wheels. Please ask.


The LOMA GT2 Corvette is a official jaw dropper!

THE LOMA GT2 CORVETTE IS A SCULPTURE

It is the look in their face when you pop up in the GT2 Corvette. Everyone is looking already on a normal Corvette but as you come closer and their brain starts recognizing that here is some weird shit going on, mouths open, jaws dropping, cell phones coming to day light, insanity starts. A wide body Corvette is at least as spectacular if not more than an Aventador. You don't believe us? See one in real and you will become a believer. Contact us today.


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