Detroit Speed’s RS Headlight Door Kit replaces the stock vacuum actuated system on an RS headlamp equipped 1968 or 1969 Camaro. It also makes converting your non-RS Camaro to hide-away headlights much easier. The DSE RS Headlight Kit now includes manual override knobs on the actuators to open and close the headlight doors by turning the knob for cleaning or changing the headlights. Find out more here http://www.detroitspeed.com/1967-1969-F-Body-products/122001-headlight-door-kit.html
Detroit Speed Employee Spotlight – Sean Farrell
- Name and Occupation?
Sean Farrell – Machinist
- How many years at Detroit Speed?
- Hometown and State?
Estell Manor, NJ
- Favorite Detroit Speed Test Car and why?
The DSE 1965 Chevelle – My dad was a big Chevelle fan
- What do you like best about your job?
Taking raw material and making functional parts out of it.
- What’s your dream car/truck?
1956 Chevy Bel Air Convertible – blue
- Favorite interest/hobby when not at work?
Spending time with my family.
- Favorite movie/movies?
The Quiet Man
- Pet Peeve?
- Favorite quote/best advice to give?
If we weren’t all crazy we’d all be insane – Jimmy Buffett
Mooresville, NC – Detroit Speed is thrilled to announce that the Raymond’s Performance Third Gen Camaro driven by Cody Mason in the Holley LS Fest Autocross finished in 7th place for the weekend against 114 other competitors. The Raymond’s 3rd Gen has recently been fitted with Detroit Speed’s full line of 3rd Gen suspension. This was the first event that they have ran the 3rd Gen with the new suspension.
“I have raced that car since the mid 90’s and it has never performed as well as it did at LS fest.
Detroit Speed’s third gen parts are going to surprise a lot of people of what these cars can do on the track,” said Bruce Raymond, owner of Raymond’s Performance.
Detroit Speed’s new line of 1982-1992 F-Body parts have been put through countless hours of testing on the street and track before they hit the market to ensure that the customer is receiving the best possible product for the money. Congratulations to Cody and Raymond’s Performance, we look forward to seeing more great finishes in the near future in their 3rd Gen Camaro
Mooresville, NC – The Goodguys 4th Nostalgia Nationals packed it all into one weekend. There was the increasingly popular Goodguys Autocross that ran all three days, the Goodguys Vintage Drags and to top it all off, it was an All-American weekend which opens the show up to any American made or powered vehicles of any year.
It was a beautiful weekend for racing and the autocross kicked off bright and early Friday morning. Kyle Tucker, driving his DSE 1970 Camaro Test Car was eager to get on the track and hopefully add to his Goodguys Pro Class points lead. DSE engineer, Ryan Mathews, was also out on the track. This time though he wasn’t a company man, Ryan drove his personal Detroit Speed “Equipped” 1969 Camaro from Mooresville to the show to compete in the autocross. Kyle and Ryan both ran great the entire weekend with Kyle claiming 2nd place and Ryan just +0.078 behind Kyle in 3rd place. We would like to congratulate Tyler Powell who finished 1st in the Pro Class with his 1963 Chevy Corvette. Since Tyler and Kyle both have already qualified for the Goodguys Autocross Shootout taking place in Scottsdale in November, Ryan was awarded the spot. With Kyle’s 2nd place finish he was able to increase his overall Goodguys Pro Class lead heading into the final three Goodguys Autocross events before the finals.
Ryan and Kyle weren’t the only DSE “Equipped” cars having fun on the autocross, five out of the top ten Pro Class finishers were DSE “Equipped” including Brian Finch who finished in 5th place. Not only were five out of ten DSE “Equipped” but three out of the top 5 were riding on the BFGoodrich Rival S tires.
This was a great event that everyone thoroughly enjoyed. Next up for the crew is a stop on our home turf for the Goodguys Southeastern Nationals right in our backyard at Charlotte Motor Speedway. If you are in the area make sure to stop by Detroit Speed for our annual Open House kick off party the Friday night after the show.
Goodguys 2015 Pro Class Standings (9/20/2015)
Place Class Name Points
1 PRO Kyle Tucker 70
2 PRO Chris Smith 61
3 PRO Josh Leisinger 51
4 PRO Robby Unser 49
5 PRO Bret Voelkel 35
6 PRO Brian Hobaugh 30
7 PRO Mike Maier 29
8 PRO Al Unser Jr 28
9 PRO Kevin Daigle 28
10 PRO Rob MacGregor 27
Goodguys Beech Bend Highlights:
- Kyle claimed 2nd place in the Goodguys Pro Class autocross and increased his Pro Class points lead
- Ryan Mathews took 3rd place in the Pro Class and accepted the invite for the shootout finals in Scottsdale
- Five out of the top ten Pro Class finishers were DSE “Equipped” rides
- Three out of the top five Pro Class drivers were on BFGoodrich Rival S tires
DETROIT SPEED NEW PRODUCT – Black Anodized Clutch Master Reservoir The Clutch Master Reservoir is a billet aluminum one piece design with an OE style diaphragm seal and a SAE O-ring outlet port for a cleaner look. The reservoirs include mounting hardware and mounting bolt template.