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Old 02-09-2011, 11:33 AM   #81
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Congrats guys I was at the track the day it happened! The car moves out! I think Josh/who ever tuned it did a great job on the trans shift points!

Id be curious to see how the secondary shaft is doing. It will twist it, and the car will lose 4/5/6 after about 5k miles at that power level unless its been changed already

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On heavier vehicles like the Denali and now the Camaro the stock intermediate shaft has been prone to either break or twist but with the Corvette not so much.

I'm making close to 600rwhp and after 114 passes (as of this past Saturday) my transmission which was also built by Century (but without the billet shaft) has been perfectly fine.
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On heavier vehicles like the Denali and now the Camaro the stock intermediate shaft has been prone to either break or twist but with the Corvette not so much.

I'm making close to 600rwhp and after 114 passes (as of this past Saturday) my transmission which was also built by Century (but without the billet shaft) has been perfectly fine.
Thanks Chris, that is encouraging to know.
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On heavier vehicles like the Denali and now the Camaro the stock intermediate shaft has been prone to either break or twist but with the Corvette not so much.

I'm making close to 600rwhp and after 114 passes (as of this past Saturday) my transmission which was also built by Century (but without the billet shaft) has been perfectly fine.
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did you get my pm?
I accidentally deleted one so I'm guessing that one must have been from you.
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