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Re: The Great C8 Roadshow

The Corvette was delayed several weeks (meh) but GM stated the strike cost them $2.9 billion.  I'm skeptical of numbers like these from anyone.  There is an element of sales assumptions, for example.  And then when the cars get back in the pipeline is ...

Re: The Great C8 Roadshow

How badly did the hourly workers injure GM/themselves with the strike?
I'm sure delaying the Corvette launch had to hurt some.

Re: The Great C8 Roadshow

Ron Fellows Spring Mountain track in Nevada has just begun giving instruction to Corvette sales and techs using pre-production captured fleet cars.  Soon they will begin offering their traditional performance driving instruction to owners (once product...

Re: The Great C8 Roadshow

Okay, let's see if this works.

Front of car, along with two pics of the frunk (front trunk).







A couple of pics of the engine...

Re: State Rep Hammoud Wants to Ban 3D Printed Firearms

Hammoud (D-Dearborn) is the same idiot who two years ago introduced legislation that would outright ban guns in a large list of far reaching places, including any establishment licensed to sell liquor. This means most grocery stores, gas stations, and ...

Re: The Great C8 Roadshow

Since the early 70s, I believe all claimed HP is SAE net at the crank with full exhaust and all accessories. (previous SAE gross could have open exhaust and no belt driven stuff).

Re: The Great C8 Roadshow

Also, ref our previous messages, I mistakenly thought GM was claiming 495 RWHP, but they are saying it's at the crank I guess.  So that makes the difference even more because the dyno testing shows 561 RWHP so they figure 660 at the crank.  But that is...

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