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Ernie and crew:
Just a quick note to you to advise that Dan Corcoran is VERY pleased with the shifting enhancement your Breathless Shifter has provided. NO issues, with about 4000 miles and several track events thus far completed in the One Lap Of America. In fact, his "shifty" nature has only been enhanced, according to Dan. Noise and vibration are NOT inherent, but smooth, trusty performance IS.
As you know, Dan is currently 4th Overall in an ACP widebodied, stock displacement, no power adder Z06 with about 440 rwhp from Lingenfelter's, with the full T-1 suspension package. The car is a "Project One Lap Z06" for Vette Magazine and Chevy High Performance Magazine, so having this sort of result is a great testament to the products and services of people like you!
Stay "tuned", as we "Tour for the Cure" in our One Lap Cancer Corvette. Final event is a dry skidpad run at Tire Rack, Saturday AM in South Bend IN, with stops, today, at Hallett OK (2 runs) and, tomorrow, at Road America (2 runs).
Thanks again, Ernie!
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What color is Dan's car? I will watch for him at Watkins Glen, the Z06's cleaned house here last year. It was nice watching the Viper eat lots of Corvette dust.
 

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Well, this year, Mr. Smith came to South Bend with a "little something extra" between his front fenders...600+ hp worth. And then that 996 TT of Mark DaVia, well, no telling how much is in the "trunk"...As for Murry and his GT3, what an awesome combo!
Dan's #25 is EB (pics in my "gallery"), with a lil widebody massage and some extra punch, courtesy of GM Performance Parts, Lingenfelter's, McLeod and Random Technology, to name a few. 440rwhp is a nice place to start, as we progressively develop this Canadian Cancer Society-fundraising Z06 to eventually "run with the Big Dogs".
As for this year's event, now in the books, 4th Overall ain't a bad place to finish... and "start from"...
Many thanks, everyone, for ALL your support!
 
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