While I was at my dealer having the oil changed and my tires rotated, I had the !CAGS Eliminator with me. I asked the tech if I could look at the plug when he took it off, to see how much metal was attached. When I got over there, I asked him about the transmission and showed him the picture of what I was looking for. I saw the connector and went right away to install it. Since it only took 30 seconds, it was done! I think he knew what the part would do since he asked about the CAGS. I told him it was an ELIMINATOR. Thank you Rick, it really works! Also the tech thought it was a bonafide part that was somehow available because it is so professional looking. I explained how it worked and he thought that should be available for other cars as well. Maybe you could go into full production for GTOs, etc. By the way, my tires were rotated X pattern and there was very little metal on the plug.
A new batch of !CAGS Eliminators are in stock and ready to go. I'm headed to Minnesota with the V on Thursday, September 2, for the Labor Day holiday and won't be back for a week. If you can't wait that long, order one before Wednesday.
For those of you who got your Z06V engine covers today, instructions are also available on the website.
The only problem with the CAGS eliminator is it is so anticlamatic...I mean, all this build up and anticipation to jack up the car, crawl under and modify it, only to be done in less time than it takes to jack up the car!
Very well done product. I trust the rest of your items will be done to the same quality level. In fact, I'm sure they will.
I installed mine and it works exactly as advertised. Quick question - is it supposed to be adjustable in length? The ends of my eliminator freely slide on the red wires. Is this a problem? Also, I'm a little concerned at how it the harness is lengthened by the part. Should it be fastened to anything other than the harness?