Which stance does your car have?

Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by 1971CamaroGuy, Jan 23, 2018.

  1. connorbe

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    If you don't mind me asking, what mods did you do to your front suspension to achieve your ride height? I have a very similar wheel/tire setup and I like your stance a lot.
     
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    I don't mind at all. I've got QA1 double adjustable coil overs on the front so I can set the ride height where ever I want. To get the suspension geometry where it needs to be I'm running tall upper and lower ball joints. I had to shorten the bump stops to get some suspension travel but it's still not really enough because it hits the bump stops on corners where I turn in aggressively under breaking or when the suspension is heavily loaded from an elevation change. I'm working on building new lower control arms to address that problem.

    The rear suspension is custom springs with spherical bushings in the front eyes and spring sliders in the rear. I did the Herb Adams mod to get the roll center where I want it. I'm running AFCO double adjustable shocks on the rear

    Both ends of the car have PTFB adjustable bars.
     
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    I have Vette Brakes C-4 Corvette adjustable mono-leaf adjustble front suspension .The rear are 1979 Z-28/WS-6 rear leaf springs. 130044932860518017_26257430996_o (1).jpg
     
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    My 70 firebird has a hotchkis tvs kit with 2 inch drop 18 inch wheels. 20180117_201704.jpg 20180117_201704.jpg 20180117_201718.jpg
     
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    love the look, would like to know what wheel size and width you are running and if there was any back spacing and tire size. thanks
     
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    Good stuff!

    Wide track is one that can't go wrong with second gen Camaro's.
     
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    Is nose up without a drivetrain considered a "stance"? Lol
     
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    17x8 255/40 at the front, 17x9 275/40 at the rear....off the shelf back spaces for yhe Cragar Soft 8 wheels
     

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