TIKT’s idea of a powerful Corvette is really very scary, both to look at and to deal with.
Let’s cut to the chase. This ZR1 makes 769 hp and 910 Nm of torque. That’s a lot, especially in a fiber glass-bodied car with a not-so-sophisticated chassis. But then, the standard ZR1 has 650 hp, so…
To extract that power from the ZR1’s supercharged V8 TIKT has changed the cylinderheads and camshafts, altered compression ratio, fitted sports exhausts, and a remapped ECU. To cope, the cooling system is also tweaked and its capacity increased.
Other modifications include an aerodynamic body kit with too many holes in it, lowered suspension, and some sticky tires wrapped around some unusually big wheels.
Inside you get carbon fiber trims, racing bucket seats with unique upholstery and a flat-bottomed steering wheel wrapped in suede.
769-hp Corvette ZR1 by TIKT,