"Detroit Speed and Engineering - Products to bring your muscle car into the 21st century."

Kyle and Stacy Tuckers Detroit Speed and Engineering

An exciting new company with innovative ideas and services.

Services include chassis and suspension analysis, design, and fabrication; as well as, their our own line of hot rod parts. They can assist in most any area of your project.

Detroit Speed and Engineering are the designers and builders of the Twister Camaro The Twister Camaro completed the entire 2000 Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour and was awarded the title of 2000 Goodguys/Popular Hot Rodding Street Machine of the Year.

Wayne Due is currently building sub-frames for 1'st and 2'nd generation Camaros and Firebirds. His frames utilizes 84' to 87' front Corvette suspension and a Mustang II steering rack "Power or Manual". Click on any of the pictures below for a larger view. Wayne is also working on an IRS system that utilizes Dana 36 or 44 rear end from a 84' to 96' Corvette. Wayne recommends using the 84'-87' as it can be installed with no modifications to the read end. Installing the IRS requires very good welding skills. Depending on your skill level you may want to find a chassis shop or have Wayne weld it in for you. You can even go with rear coil-over or the original transverse mono leaf spring. Check back soon for pictures on Wayne's IRS or check out Wayne's web page at http://www.waynedue.com

Wayne Due can be contacted at Wdue352193@aol.com or by phone at 360-657-4810 Remember to tell him you found him on www.pro-touring.com and www.g-machines.com

Click here to check out some of the work going on at Wayne Due's shop


Bolt-On power Rack and Pinion designed specifically for 67-69 F-Body (Camaro and Firebird) and 68-74 Nova.

Guldstrand Motorsports

Click here to see pictures of the Chassisworks Camaro/Nova Bolt-On Front End