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A GM ZZX crate engine breathes in through a factory TPI manifold and out through Corvette OEM headers. An Electromotive distributorless ignition system provides the spark and mounts cleanly to the firewall. Compressed air for tires and the ARBs come from a late-model A/C compressor converted to pump air. The four-wheel disc brakes are operated with a GM master cylinder and no power assist. The brake pedal ratio was calculated so that the vacuum booster could be ditched.