Fuel is what makes a Corvette go, and customization of the fuel system often makes the car go significantly better. The fuel system, including everything from the gas tank to the injectors, gets vaporized gasoline into the cylinders where it can explode and transmit power to the piston and crankshaft and so on until the wheels touch the road and it makes the car move. What this boils down to is that the fuel system is often one of the first alterations that a discerning owner chooses to upgrade, and that the choice of modding parts for fuel system operations is extensive and sometimes specific to certain production years.
Customizing a 1984-1996 Vette's fuel delivery system can involve anything from replacing the gas tank itself and the straps that hold it in place to fuel pumps and regulators all the way to the injectors at the other end of the system. At times it may be necessary to replace the vapor canister that captures gaseous fuel during the refueling process, and the purge valve on this unit is also a frequent item to change. Even the fuel door can be replaced.
Every modification has its good and bad points, and balancing the benefits of a specific change against its possible negative side effects is a big part of customizing a C4 Corvette. The knowledgeable staff at Modern Gen Auto know how to help enthusiasts get the most out of their 1984-1996 Vettes while taking the least out of their pocketbook. Give them a call or contact them through email, and see how their suggestions can help you with your Corvette's fuel system. You can call us at 1-888-784-6921 or email us at [email protected] Gen Auto.com.