The Detroit Speed Chevy II suspension package will complete the transformation of your Chevy II into a Pro Touring street or track machine with its bolt-in replacement front subframe. The frame comes complete with tubular upper and lower control arms, Detroit Tuned coilover shocks and springs, and a Detroit Tuned power rack-and-pinion steering. The bay bars feature rigid integral hood hinge mounting and are hidden when used with DSE’s Chevy II Inner Fenders package. What’s more, SBC and LS engines are a direct bolt-in. Add in optional DSE deep tubs or a complete rear QuadraLink setup for uncompromised handling.
Complete custom suspension kits for ’64-88 A-bodies in one box. Edelbrock takes all the guesswork out and includes lower trailing arms, adjustable upper arms, adjustable frame braces, springs, front and rear sway bars, its exclusive IAS shocks and tie-rod sleeves, plus all of the necessary hardware and installation instructions for a complete suspension overhaul. Edelbrock also offers each component individually.
Front suspension upgrade for ’67-69 Camaros, ’68-74 Novas, and ’64-72 Chevelles, most kits consist of tubular arms, G-Tech 2-inch drop spindles with improved roll center, and QA1 single-adjustable shocks. The front arms are constructed of 1x1.88-inch-wall tubing for maximum strength, while the billet steel upper control arm shafts are machined with an offset, which optimizes upper ball joint position to allow for aggressive alignment settings. They’re available in stock or narrowed widths for tire clearance.
Global West’s complete coilover suspension package for ’58-64 Impalas includes front and rear adjustable coilover shocks, G-plus tubular upper and lower control arms, and springs. Specifically, the rear also gets an adjustable Panhard rod, tubular tri-angle shock mount supports, support mounting brackets, and an upper crossmember. Also included are the necessary hardware, a spanner wrench, and thrust bearings. Options include double-adjustable shocks, rear aluminum lower arms, rear frame crossmember supports, and fast ratio steering box.
Starts at $2,000 (front), $1,980 (rear)
Heidts Hot Rod and Muscle Car Parts
Heidts’ latest HP-IRS is a complete bolt-in package, bringing the superior ride and handling characteristics of an independent rear suspension to first- and second-gen Camaros, along with ’62-67 Nova owners. Packages include a 9-inch centersection with positraction, HD axles, and CV joints. The IRS also features tubular upper and lower arms, steel outer uprights, top crossmember, front pinion support, and 10.5-inch Wilwood brakes. Options include double-adjustable coilovers, parking brake kit, and choice of rearend gear ratios.
Hotchkis Sport Suspension
Race Pack packages from Hotchkis Sport Suspension provide a tuned, balanced system for incredible handling for fifth-gen Camaros. Race Pack kits reduce subframe flex and wheelhop and deliver a sleek, lowered stance with a comfortable ride. Lowered 1-inch front and rear Sport Springs are high-tensile steel and paired with tubular front (1.25-inch) and adjustable rear (1-inch) sway bars. Hotchkis also includes three-piece endlinks with a lightweight strut tower brace (clears Magnuson superchargers) and unique aluminum brace. All components are made in the United States and come complete with greasable bushings and a durable powdercoat finish.
The bolt-in front clip for first-gen Camaros allows for a lightweight subframe with enhanced structural rigidity through modular construction, which also allows each piece to be unbolted individually for ease of service. Tubular upper control arms pivot on 5/8-inch Heim joints and allow increased camber and caster adjustments; lower tubular arms are made from 11/4-inch DOM tubing. Drag race slips (as shown) are just 178 pounds and come standard with single-adjustable coilovers, Wilwood Pro spindles, 11-inch rotors, aluminum hubs, Dynalite calipers, and a manual rack. Road-race versions are also available and come with a splined sway bar, double-adjustable coilovers, and a 60-inch track width.