Even the earliest '84 C4 suspension is superior to those In any '60s or '70s muscle car, so right out of the box the Corvette offers dramatic opportunities for a killer track car. But any good deal on a C4 will also include at least 100,000 miles of abuse. The best approach would be a simple upgrade of the existing ball joints and suspension bushings. Along with the suspension rebuild, we'd go with at least Bilstein replacement shocks, or you could upgrade to full-race double-adjustable shocks from QA1 or Konl, for example. Then there are the more exotic modifications that we can save for a later date, but all these simple mods will only improve handling for a relatively minor investment.
Brakes are the other big modification you can make, although even the lowliest '84 C4 came with 12-inch front rotors (11.5-Inch rear) and a decent PBR caliper. You could also step up to a
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