My 2015 Corvette Z06 is relatively new to me. I recently traded my 2006 Corvette Z51 in for this car, and one of the main things I missed about my C6 was the thunderous Corsa Extreme exhaust. After just a few short weeks of going through withdrawal from the glorious sound of my C6, I ordered the 14777BLK exhaust for my C7. Combine that with the catless long-tube headers and off-road X pipe that were already on this car when I bought it, and she is LOUD. After swapping the exhaust, I took it over to my buddy's shop for a proper Dyno tuning session. She made 646hp/656lb-ft to the rear wheels! The only performance modifications so far are an intake and the full exhaust. I'm actually very glad that this car did not have many modifications when I purchased it. I have a YouTube channel where I share my DIY work with the world (youtube.com/robshouse). My corvette has increased my viewership quite a bit in the few months I have owned it. I have posted videos about all the modifications I have performed myself so far including: carbon fiber hood stripe vinyl, Corsa axle-back exhaust, dyno tuning, lowering the suspension, replacing the entire braking system (the rotors were destroyed when I bought it), Lamborghini Aventador-style tail lights/sequential turn signals, MGW short throw shifter, driver's side seatback cover replacement, touch screen replacement (had a crack in it when I bought it), HMI upgrade (adding apple carplay using a 2016+ HMI), and ceramic coating. I have a lot more planned for this car. Unfortunately, the wheels I ordered for it have an 8-10 week build time due to COVID, so I don't have them in time for this contest. Forgestar CF5V wheels are on the way. Unlike many Corvette owners, I don't let this car sit. She and I are at the Tail of the Dragon every weekend that the weather permits (I live 45 mins away from it). I plan to start autocrossing the car and also to participate in HPDE events. This is no garage queen!