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    New Cartridge Z8 Parts

    As you might remember, approximately 12 years ago, Cartridge offered a small number of extremely high end components for the Z8. I thought that all were sold. However, yesterday, in cleaning out a store room, the following treasure trove of new parts was found:

    One Cartridge Drive Shaft Including:

    1. Carbon Fiber Shaft

    2. Bonded Aluminum Engine Side End

    3. Bonded Titanium Differential End

    4. Lightweight Constant Velocity Joint with Cartridge Ceramic Ball Bearings

    One Pair Cartridge Drive Axle Assemblies Including:

    1. Lightweight Constant Velocity Joints Including:

    a. Cartridge Ceramic Ball Bearings

    b. Inboard Constant Velocity Joints with Cooling Ribs and Removable Aluminum Covers

    c. Outboard Constant Velocity Joints with Removable Aluminum Covers

    2. AermetŪ Drilled Removable Axle Shafts Coated with Ti-Nitride and Titanium End Caps

    3. High Temperature Aerospace Boots

    4. 300M Fasteners Titanium Washers

    One Set Cartridge Suspension:

    1. Front Suspension Including:

    a. Aluminum Front Uniball Camber Adjustable Front Strut Mounts

    b. Billet Aluminum Front Struts with 2-Way Adjustable and Ride Height Adjustable Dampers

    c. Titanium Damper Nuts

    d. Titanium Beta C Springs with Enhanced Spring Rate

    2. Rear Suspension Including:

    a. Aluminum Uniball Rear Damper Mounts with Titanium Washers

    b. 2-Way Adjustable and Ride Height Adjustable Rear Dampers

    c. Titanium Damper Nuts

    d. Titanium Beta C Springs with Enhanced Spring Rate

    One Set Ti-nitrided Titanium/Anodized Aluminum Double Adjustable Front Drop Links with Titanium Locking Nuts

    One Set Ti-nitrided Titanium Adjustable Rear Drop Links with Titanium Locking Nuts

    One Set Cartridge Brake System Including:

    1. Brembo Forged Aluminum Monobloc Front Calipers Including:

    a. 8 Cross and Gun Drilled Titanium Insert Aluminum Pistons Per Caliper

    b. Air Gaps

    c. Two Pads Per Side

    d. Billet Machined Anodized Aluminum Reduced Weight Caliper Mounting Brackets

    2. Brembo Forged Aluminum Monobloc Rear Calipers Including:

    a. 4 Cross and Gun Drilled Titanium Insert Aluminum Pistons Per Caliper

    b. Air Gaps

    c. Dual Pads

    d. Billet Machined Anodized Aluminum Reduced Weight Caliper Mounting Brackets

    3. 2618 Aluminum Floating Front and Rear Brake Disk Bells

    4. Slotted And Cross-Drilled Front and Rear Metal Disks (380 Millimeter x 32 Millimeter Front, 345 Millimeter x 28 Millimeter Rear)

    5. High Performance Brake Pads

    Two Sets Slotted and Cross-Drilled Front And Rear Metal Disks (380 Millimeter x 32 Millimeter Front, 345 Millimeter x 28 Millimeter Rear)

    If anyone is interested in any of these special enhancements for your Z8, please either email me at [email protected] or call me at 212-628-6778.
                         

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    Oh, my my my! And just in time for Valentine's Day!

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    Beautiful pieces.

    Always wondered if you were still doing this or had moved on to new projects.
    2000 Red over black
    heavily modified for performance. Although, not to the level of GM's car

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