Front and rear suspension control arm, pickup point tabs were then welded in place. The frame was delivered to Media Resurfacing Systems in Huntington Beach, California, where it was media-blasted to remove the oxidized surface, and expose a new virgin-metal surface. It was then sent to Specialized Coating in Huntington Beach, where it was rolled into the curing oven and baked to sweat out any contamination that may have settled inside the steel pores. Then, it was pulled out of the curing oven and ambient cooled. Afterwards, it was preheated in the curing oven before being powdercoated with Dupont Red Baron. Finally, it was rolled into the curing oven where it baked for 55 minutes at 390 degrees.
The front suspension is supported by a single Speedway Engineering sway bar (1.75-inch diameter by 37 inch, with 48 spline ends) that meshes into 1-inch thick by 48 spline aluminum sway bar arms, sprint car style. The independent front suspension (IFS) uses all factory '06 Corvette C6 aluminum upper and lower control arms, spindles, and hubs. A Woodward power steering rack and Woodward aluminum tie rod ends link up the spindles to activate the left/right turning action of the front suspension. A pair of Air Ride Technologies, V3.0 dual adjustable bellows style 'bags deliver both ride height ad-justability and ride quality.
Out back, an independent rear suspension (IRS) uses an '06 Corvette C6 Tremec six-speed manual transaxle, which is located in the rear end. The Tremec transaxles were linked to aluminum '06 Corvette C6 aluminum hubs that were connected to aluminum upper and lower control arms. The adjustable ride height and body roll of the rear suspension is controlled by a pair of Air Ride Technologies Series 9000 Firestone sleeve-style dual-adjustable air springs that were mounted horizontally above the rear end.