Need more fuel flow to support a supercharger or turbocharger on your C6 LS7 or LS3 Corvette? The Siemens Deka 60lb Fuel Injectors are a direct fit replacement for the 2006-2012 LS7 & LS3 Corvette fuel system – yet will provide the additional fuel your performance modified Corvette will require.
These injectors are the short style. Includes adapter harness. Injectors sold as a set of 8.
Note:Fits 2006-2012 LS7 & 2008-2012 LS3 Corvette.
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If you’ve noticed that your early model Corvette is lacking in performance and efficiency, the Fuel Filter may be the culprit. Over time, Corvette Fuel Filters can be clogged with debris from poorly maintained fuel stations, improper fuel fill procedures or gas tanks that are beginning to disintegrate. Regardless of how, everything in your Corvette’s gas tank will eventually find its way through your Corvette’s fuel filter. And oh what good news that is, because the last thing you want to rebuild is your Corvette’s carburetor because some trash found its way into the power valve or jammed up the needle & seat.
Changing the fuel filter in a C1, C2 or C3 Corvette is quite common. In the past, a trip to the local auto parts store could score you a replacement filter that would ensure your Corvette would run at its peak. However, times have changed and the likely hood that you’ll find a correct replacement filter for your 30-50 year old Corvette at an auto parts store is slim, at best. But that’s exactly why you have an experienced Corvette Parts supplier like Zip!
Zip has all the correct reproduction fuel filters for 1957-1969 Corvettes. And not only do we have the right fittings for installation, but they also are manufactured with the correct finish and graphics to pass the most discriminating judges. No matter what fuel filter you’re looking for, be it a silver finish GF-90 for your fuelie, a black GF-90 for your base motor 1963-1965, a GF-432 for your 1965 396 or the GF-432 used on a 1968-1969 Corvette – you can count on Zip for the right Corvette Parts.
Another new Corvette Part at Zip. This one for the 1975-1976 C3 owner.
This original reproduction 1975-1976 Corvette Fuel Gauge includes the correct face dial, background color and aluminum pointer. The gauge face is attached with rivets as original from the factory in 1975 and 1976. This is a 100% GM licensed Corvette fuel gauge and will install using original or reproduction hardware. Installing this fuel gauge on your Corvette is the best solution if your current fuel gauge is missing, damaged, or not working properly. For more questions about your Corvettes fuel gauge contact us here. If you are restoring your 1968-1982 Corvettes gauge cluster, read our Corvette Gauge Cluster Rebuild technical article and learn how to restore your Corvette’s gauge cluster and shifter plate yourself.
Zip Corvette has new reproduction fuel tank sending units for 1990-1995 ZR-1/LT5 equipped Corvettes with dual fuel pump. The C4 ZR-1/LT5 Corvette Sending Unit mounts in the top of gas tank and provides fuel fill, pick-up, electric pump and meter for the fuel gauge indicator. Like all sending units from Zip, this assembly comes completely assembled and includes the original style GM green strainer, correct electric fuel pumps, pulsator, mounting gasket or seal and accurate floats that will provide proper gauge readings for years to come. Another feature not included with cheaper Corvette sending units is that Zip’s gas tank sending units feature the latest in technology including updated resistors that are compliant with all fuels including the latest alcohol/fuel mixtures.
If you have owned your 1953-1982 Corvette for many years, just recently purchased one, or fall somewhere in between, chances are that your Corvette’s gas tank needs replacement. Typically when a Corvette sits for long periods of time, condensation gets into the gas tank and begins to slowly break down the steel from the inside out. You will not be able to see the damage but over time it is very common for these tanks to rust or accumulate fair amounts of sediment. Also, due to sitting for various lengths of time with fuel left in the tank the gas will become stale. If driven with the gas tank in poor condition as described there is a great chance you will damage several other components such as the fuel lines, carburetor, fuel pump, and sending unit.
Zip Corvette offers replacement Corvette Gas Tanks for all production years up to and including 1982. For the C1, 1953-1962, there are two stainless steel replacements and they both include stainless mounting straps. For the purist, the correct steel gas tank (with OL Anderson logo) is available for 1956-1962 and 1961L-1962 Corvettes. These correct logo gas tanks are also available for C2 1963-1967 Corvettes and C3 1968-1974 Corvettes.
In addition to the correct tanks, there are functional replacements which come without the OL Anderson Logo for 1956-1974 Corvettes. These fuel tanks are the same quality, but priced a little lower; for enthusiasts who is not worried as much about a gas tank that includes the original logo. Finally, 1968-1974 gas tanks can be either vented or non-vented. The vent is a small raised area (about the size of a 50 cent piece) next to where the filler neck is attached. Sometimes the vent is confused with the return line connection(s) on one or both side(s) of the tank. During the 1956-1974 period, there can be various combinations of vent/return line(s) or none at all. Zip Corvette recommends using a vented gas cap on all Corvette fuel tanks to eliminate the possibility of implosion due to a tank that does not have a vented source.
From 1975-1982, GM used a slightly different gas tank. In the years 1975-1977 the fuel tank had a rubber bladder inside as opposed to the plastic liner used on all 1978-1982 Corvettes. Zip Corvette offers replacement steel tanks for these years but they do not come with or require the bladder/liner. The new fuel tank for 1975-1977 Corvettes requires that you re-use the top portion of the bladder for installing the sending unit since the attaching screws thread into it. For the 1978-1982 Corvette there is a sending unit gasket that should be replaced but unlike 1975-1977 Corvettes, it is not necessary to re-use anything from the original tank.
Typically, when the gas tank is going to be re-installed you should consider replacing the straps, anti-squeak pads, filler neck/seal, bolts, lines and sending unit/gasket at the same time. Chances are that after 30+ years, replacement is going to be the only option. When you are ready to replace the fuel tank in your classic Corvette, Zip can provide all of these quality Corvette parts that will be required for the job.