1972 LeMans (UMI)

UMI's '72 LeMans test car is a road race and auto-x platform designed to showcase UMI's line of performance suspension. With the increasing tendency toward high speed road courses it became apparent that the stock c-clip 12-bolt wasn't going to cut it. UMI's '72 features the new Currie Turn 9 full floater which is bulletproof and gives UMI's owner Ryan Kirkwood a sense of security when hauling into a turn at 140 mph under heavy loading.

Body: stock steel
Frame: stock, boxed and blueprinted by UMI Performance
Engine: Magnuson superchaged LS1 with AFR heads. Assembled by Conklin Racing Engines and tuned by Domin8.
Trans.: Bowler "Stage 2 Prep" T56 Magnum 6-speed
Front Suspension: UMI Corner Max with Afco coil overs & UMI Pro-Tour sway bar
Rear Suspension: UMI trailing arms and UMI Pro-Tour sway bar
Rearend: Currie full floating Turn9 light weight 9 inch with 3.50 gears and TrueTrac diff
Brakes: 14" Wilwood
Wheels/Tires: Forgeline with 315 BFG Rivals on all four corners

See Currie A-body rearends here!

Currie Equipped!


The Currie rearend in UMI's LeMans features a Currie Turn9 light weight fabricated 9-inch housing with all GM A-body brackets mounted and Currie unit bearing floater ends, Currie Pro-Touring unit bearings, full floating Currie 4340 axle shafts that are 31-spline inner and 35-spline outer spline, aluminum third member with thru-bolt gear case, 3.50 gears & a TrueTrac diff and 14" Wilwood brakes.