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Special Tadge Juechter On Corvette Today Podcast Now

Steve Garrett has the honor of talking to Corvette's Executive Chief Engineer, Tadge Juechter on CORVETTE TODAY!  https://anchor.fm/steve-garrett/epis...60a01_h0PwqXjw

Tadge talks about how he started working at GM, what his first job was for the company, his path to success and how he attained his current position. Then Steve and Tadge trace his time with the C4, C5 and C6.  You'll learn how the C7 almost became the mid-engine Corvette!  Tadge talks about how the true mid-engine car we know today was being developed while the C7 was coming to market! Next Tadge takes a deep dive into the development and product launch of the current C8 Corvette. He talks about how the Corvette team attained the buy-in for GM executives to build the car, the research and architecture of the C8 and the future of this mid-engine marvel.

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Official C8 Owners Manual, Build and Price, Visualizer, Pricing, and Ordering Information

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Thanks AGMotorsports - Love my 5VM Carbon Fiber Splitter and Side Skirts

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  • jlc41
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    Beautiful, it's a shame they discontinued LBR.

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  • Frenzy36
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    Originally posted by Plentyfast View Post

    That is one awesome picture of your car, I’m defiantly going to get this on my Red Mist, Z51 HTC ... but I’m on the fence on Visible Carbon Fiber vs Carbon Flash to match the other Carbon Flash in getting from the factory. Naturally the Carbon Flash would be cheeper but **** that Visible Carbon look great.
    I have seen both and depending on your taste - the carbon fiber in sunlight looks incredible. In evening hours when or after sun setting really cannot tell much difference.

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  • Plentyfast
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    Originally posted by Frenzy36 View Post

    If you use windshield adhesive you don't have to remove the rear wheels or inner wells or drill a hole in the side of the body. The windshield adhesive will do the trick. If you do make sure to not get it too close to the edge where it meets the body on the top as you should also have some acetone available if you do get any on the paint wipe it immediately off. Also press down from the top first and let the adhesive cure for 45 minutes or overnight if that works better for you before you pop rivet the bottom.
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    That is one awesome picture of your car, I’m defiantly going to get this on my Red Mist, Z51 HTC ... but I’m on the fence on Visible Carbon Fiber vs Carbon Flash to match the other Carbon Flash in getting from the factory. Naturally the Carbon Flash would be cheeper but **** that Visible Carbon look great.

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  • rickg747
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    Originally posted by Frenzy36 View Post
    Had to thank AGMotorsports for supplying what the factory dropped from my order. I didn't feel the car was complete without the Carbon Fiber Ground Effects. They look amazing and they do a great job.
    Notes on Install - Putting the sideskirts on - Purchase 2- SS bolt and nut and lockwasher and fiberglass or liquid nail the bolt onto the skirt where the hole is that goes through the body. Otherwise there will be no way to tighten it down. Other that that the install needs a tube of windshield adhesive and remove the 3M tape as it keeps the skirts away from where they belong. Just put a small bead of Windshield Adhesive where the 3M tape was. Be careful with the adhesive as you will have to have some acetone available to get it off of anything it doesn't belong on.
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    Looks fantastic on that color. I love my carbon flash on the Rapid Blue

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  • WhiteHorse
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    Frenzy36 could you please check out this thread?

    https://www.midenginecorvetteforum.c...ructions/page2

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  • WhiteHorse
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    Looks gorgeous, very sporty. I admire you for doing it yourself. I am interested in going with this company myself, same kit, and my car should be ready in a week or so.
    Last edited by WhiteHorse; 10-22-2020, 08:40 PM.

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  • Frenzy36
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    Originally posted by smurvet View Post

    Are you for hire. 😉 My dealer told me it took their guy 6 hours to do their first set. 😬
    If you use windshield adhesive you don't have to remove the rear wheels or inner wells or drill a hole in the side of the body. The windshield adhesive will do the trick. If you do make sure to not get it too close to the edge where it meets the body on the top as you should also have some acetone available if you do get any on the paint wipe it immediately off. Also press down from the top first and let the adhesive cure for 45 minutes or overnight if that works better for you before you pop rivet the bottom.
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    Last edited by Frenzy36; 10-16-2020, 08:46 PM.

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  • smurvet
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    Originally posted by Frenzy36 View Post

    I installed them myself. If you can drill some holes and operate a pop-rivet gun, remove a couple of wheels and some screws and bolts it's pretty simple.
    If you take your sweet time it shouldn't take longer than 2 hours.
    Are you for hire. 😉 My dealer told me it took their guy 6 hours to do their first set. 😬

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  • AGMotorsports
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    Originally posted by Frenzy36 View Post

    I installed them myself. If you can drill some holes and operate a pop-rivet gun, remove a couple of wheels and some screws and bolts it's pretty simple.
    If you take your sweet time it shouldn't take longer than 2 hours.
    Thats what we like to hear! Enjoy!

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  • Frenzy36
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    Originally posted by AZ Desert Dog View Post
    Very nice
    who did install and how long
    I installed them myself. If you can drill some holes and operate a pop-rivet gun, remove a couple of wheels and some screws and bolts it's pretty simple.
    If you take your sweet time it shouldn't take longer than 2 hours.

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  • hogyld
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    Don’t take this the wrong way, while it looks very classy and sporty at the same time, it almost looks too good. I guess what I mean, is I am more function over form. If it looks awesome and serves a genuine utilitarian purpose, thumbs up. But, if it just looks awesome and it may or may not serve a utilitarian purpose.....it’s still awesome, just not for me. I guess I’m kind of like the old saying “opinions are like butt holes, everyone has one and they all stink” 🤪

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  • AZ Desert Dog
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    Very nice
    who did install and how long

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  • AGMotorsports
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    Thank you for the review!!!

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  • Plentyfast
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    I love it, exactly what I like.

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  • Pb7148
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    Looks really sharp. Thanks for sharing 👍👍

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