Bowling for Speed: Part 3, Electronics For A Faster C6

When we left off on Part Two, we had just wrapped up the essential pieces to responsible C6Z Corvette ownership. Now, we could have stopped there and had a real screamer of a car. But we aren’t the type to leave well enough alone. I remember a conversation that Jeremy Clarkson had on Top Gear with Matt LeBlanc. Clarkson was commenting on how Americans just cannot leave their cars stock from the factory and I have often felt LeBlanc’s response was just not adequate. I’ll paraphrase; he essentially said: We don’t want something someone can just go out and buy themselves; we want to personalize our cars. There’s so much more to it than that. You see, I think it’s pretty damn American to want to fiddle with, differentiate, and push the limits of our toys to see what they really can do. That said, I have been told, to my face: “What? You think you’re smarter than an entire team of GM engineers?” My answer has been and always will be: GM has a lot of regulatory constraints and customer expectations to deal with; I do not. Therefore, I can improve my car however I see fit and yes, many upgrades make the car faster than originally intended. I look at the Corvette as a great base to bui...

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