The vehicle in question is this '66 Chevelle. It's owned by Brett Voelkel of RideTech and packs a 460hp 383 small-block. The motor is backed by a Bowler 700-R4 automatic with a 4.10:1 gearset in the back. For the street, it's a great combo and cruises well. Since this car sees specific duty in autocross events and long road trips gearing is critical. Through the cones the Chevelle suffered from too short of a First gear, sending the motor to 7,000 rpm, only to bog once it shifted into Second gear. Voelkel didn't want to swap for a manual tranny, which would require a bit of work, nor changing to less rearend gearing which would hurt the car off the line. More gear would allow for better Second gear range but would kill the motor on the highway. In this case, the Gear Vendors unit would allow for the best of both worlds; great grunt down low and sufficient rpm drop once on the highway.