Packaging equipment, packaging supplies and machinery. Tripack is a packaging company providing packaging, machinery, supplies and equipment UK-wide.
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2011 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
Chassis No. 1G1YN2DT8B5800094
With its 638-hp supercharged LS9 engine and a test-track top speed of 205 mph, the ZR1 is the fastest GM production car of all time!
The Power: ZR1 is powered by a 6.2 Liter LS9 aluminum block V8 equipped with a four-lobe Eaton Twin Vortices Series supercharger with intercooler. It delivers an SAE-certified 638 hp at 6500 rpm and 604 lb.- ft. of torque at 3800 rpm. The engine employs lightweight titanium intake valves and connecting rods and contains a high-performance dry-sump oil system, which distributes pressurized oil from an external reservoir to protect vital components under high-g driving conditions.
The Look: The use of carbon fiber is pretty extensive throughout the ZR1. The wider fenders are made of the material, as are the hood, roof panel, roof bow, and front fascia splitter and rocker moldings.
The roof and front fascia splitter have a raw carbon fiber appearance with a protective clear coat. The hood is painted like the rest of the car, but the underside is exposed carbon-fiber-weave for increased novelty.
Another standout feature of the hood is a clear polycarbonate "window" that provides a view of the top of the engine's intercooler, with embossed "LS9 Supercharged" lettering.
The Ride: The ZR1 comes with GM's Magnetic Selective Ride Control (MSRC) suspension system. The MSRC shocks are automatically adjusted based on driving conditions and vehicle dynamics (cornering, braking, etc) for optimal handling. The system is adjusted every millisecond to provide sharp handling during spirited driving, and a smooth ride while cruising.
While the ZR1 is overall a more aggressive sports car than the Z06, it is actually less harsh over bumps, thanks to the MSRC technology. The damping control of MSRC allowed for front and rear springs that have a slightly lower rate than the Z06, which enhances the car's ride quality.
Brakes, Tires, and Wheels: The ZR1 has the largest wheels ever of any production Corvette -- not just in diameter, but in width also. The rims measure 20 inches in rear diameter and 19 inches up front. Rear width is a whopping 12 inches, while the front wheels are nearly as massive at 10 inches of width.
Engineered specifically for the ZR1, the matching Michelin Pilot Sport 2 tires measure P285/30ZR19 in front and P335/25ZR20 in the rear.
The car's braking system features carbon-ceramic rotors measuring 15.5 inches up front and 15 inches at the rear. GM says the rotors are so durable they should not requiring replacement for the life of the vehicle.
Squeezing the discs are six-piston front calipers and four-piston rear calipers, painted in ZR1-exclusive blue.
This Car: Displaying only 723 miles on the odometer, this ZR1 is about as close to factory fresh as it gets. The car comes fully outfitted with all available optional equipment such as the premium interior package and chrome wheels. Since purchase, the car has been stored in a climate controlled facility and always driven with a very soft pedal. It is quite obvious this Corvette has been well cared for.
· A true American supercar!
· Nearly factory fresh, with only 723 miles!
· The Corvette that begs to be driven!
Take Away Cup - Art Attempt
I have given up on buying coffee from drive through coffee places on the way to work in the morning. Instead, i went to Bunzl (suppliers of catering equipment and packaging solutions to the hospitality industry) and bought some 12 ounce ( i still have no idea how much that actually is because im not american.... no wait, i looked it up... it's roughly 360 ml) take away cups.
So i can grind my fresh coffee beans, pull a nice double shot into this cup, and practice my latte art, before popping the lid on, jumping in the car, and heading off to work.