[PICS] SpeedKore Now Offering a Carbon Fiber Aero Kit for the C8 Corvette

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[PICS] SpeedKore Now Offering Carbon Fiber Aero Kit for the C8 Corvette

Photo Credits: SpeedKore


I’m not sure when it happened for me, but at some point, I simply fell in love with the C8 Corvette’s carbon fiber aero kit, especially when you see the on lighter-colored cars which allows them to stand out. The carbon fiber 5VM ground effects looked to be a big seller for Chevrolet, but the vendor responsible for supplying these kits was unable to meet the demand from buyers and as a result, you can no longer order the 5VM kits directly from GM for the 2020 model year.

Luckily the aftermarket is springing into action and today we are sharing these pics from SpeedKore Performance Group. The Wisconsin company is now introducing these OEM-styled front splitter and rocker panels and wow they are gorgeous!

[PICS] SpeedKore Now Offering Carbon Fiber Aero Kit for the C8 Corvette


The front carbon fiber front splitter is described as being in the same shape as the OEM Splitter and is pre-drilled for installation. The carbon fiber splitter weights just 1.6 lbs and it is available in either Gloss or Matte clear coat finish.

The rocker panels are come as a set of two and are also described as having the same shape as the OEM Rocker Panels. Pre-drilled on the bottom and installed using 3M VHB Tape. The rocker panels weigh 4.4 lbs and are also available in either Gloss or Matte clear coat finishes.

[PICS] SpeedKore Now Offering Carbon Fiber Aero Kit for the C8 Corvette


No prices are listed for the carbon fiber splitter or rocker panels so if you’re interested, contact SpeedKore directly at 262-421-8612 or via email ([email protected]).


Source:
SpeedKore Performance Group via Muscle Car and Trucks

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3 COMMENTS

  1. The quality shown looks about exactly like the genuine GM parts. For originality, one would have to pay a dealer to install and then add the paperwork to the original purchase. There are no about 7 or 8 combinations of the 5VM ground effects kits which will appear on the 2020’s. The rare, “Bowling Green installed,” makes those cars among the rarest combinations out there, when it comes to future concours or museum pieces, auctions, etc. After that, it will be remaining genuine GM kits that dealers managed to get into stock and then install prior to delivery being taken. After that, later GM Approved, dealer installed; After-market kits that look like GM kits, dealer installed; After-market kits that deviate and are not GM, that are dealer installed; then all forms of the former post-Bowling Green Assembly, kits purchased and owner of vendor installed or installed by independent mechanic or body man. Gets complicated (and expensive).

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