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Detroit Speed, Inc's

1972 Chevrolet Corvette

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  • Color: BFGoodrich
  • Horsepower: 590
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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  • Vehicle Overview

    Owner: Kyle Tucker Vehicle: 1972 Corvette Type: GM LS2 Drivetrain Transmission: Hightower four-speed manual, American Powertrain bellhousing, Centerforce clutch, Dynotech driveshaft Rear Axle: Stock housing, Driveshaft Shop halfshafts, 4.11:1 gears, limited-slip differential Chassis Steering: Detroit Speed power rack-and-pinion Front Suspension: Detroit Speed control arms, drop spindles, and sway bars; Detroit Speed/JRi double-adjustable coilovers Rear Suspension: Detroit Speed aluminum cradle, control links, drop spindles, and sway bar; Detroit Speed/JRi coilovers Brakes: Brembo 14-inch rotors and six-piston calipers, front; Brembo 13-inch rotors and four-piston calipers, rear Wheels & Tires Wheels: Forgeline GA3R 18x11.5 front, 18x12.5 rear Tires: BFGoodrich Rival S 315/30 front, 335/30 rear Interior Upholstery: Custom vinyl Carpet: Black Seats: Kirkey Vintage aluminum Steering: Detroit Speed power rack-and-pinion, Detroit Speed/Driven Racing steering wheel Shifter: Hightower Instumentation: Classic Instruments Autocross Series Exterior Paint: Custom wrap (The Decal Source) Hood: Eckler’s LT-1 cowl-induction Grille: Stock Bumpers: Fiberglass front and rear Build Crew: Chris Stein-Martin (suspension engineer), Ryan Mathews (competition manager/engineer), Matt Butts (R&D/fabrication), Andy Stapp (R&D/fabrication), Michael Neighbors (paint/body), Austin Moore (paint/body), Eric Evans (driveability tuning), Chad Tomlinson (assembly), Matt Haye (machinist), Robin Lawrence (Holley EFI tuning)

    Completed Modifications

    Engine Management (ECU) (1)
    Engine Parts (3)
    Exhaust (2)

    Future Plans

    Keep racing!

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    • Shay

      Such a cool car! That engine bay is well set up.
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