Chevy Camaro & Nova Bolt-On Suspension Packages - Suspension Hunter

A Guide To Bolt-On Camaro & Nova Suspension Packages

Sean Haggai Mar 1, 2010 0 Comment(s)


'67-69, '70-81 Camaro

Street/Track Duty
From the hub to hub, Heidts includes their power rack, adjustable billet coilovers, forged spindles, transmission crossmember, Wilwood 11-inch brake package with custom control arms all on its own subframe. Upgrade to their stainless steel arms, Afco dual-adjustable coilovers, and larger 12- or 13-inch slotted rotors with four- or six-piston calipers. For the rear, Heidts bolt-in kit includes four-link bars and Panhard bar. Adjustable coilovers, axle brackets, and all mounting hardware is also available. Optional upgrades include stainless steel four-link and Panhard bars, a 9-inch housing with brackets (pre-welded), and 31-spline axles with a posi third member and disc brakes.

COST: $4,250 (front), $1,095 (rear)

Where To Get It

Detroit speed, inc.

'67-69 Camaro, '68-74 Nova

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Street Duty (Stage 1-2)
Detroit Speed's Stage 1 bolt-on suspension package for the front features 1-inch tubular upper and lower control arms with stock spring pockets to fit the included Koni classic front shocks. 2-inch drop springs and a large front sway bar are also included. Stepping up to Stage 2 illustrates more suspension control with upgraded coilover spring pockets on 1-inch upper and lower control arms. Stage 2 also comes with the Koni coilover shocks and coilover-specific springs as well.

COST: $1,820 & UP (front)

Track Duty (Stage 3)
Is that still not enough? Detroit Speed also offers their Stage 3 kit which is the most complete bolt-on package for the factory front subframe. It comes with tubular upper and lower control arms, using coilover spring pockets. A coilover conversion kit from Koni, coilover springs, and front sway bar. For steering, DSE includes their 600 steering gear with rag joint, a Pitman arm and tie-rod adjusters, inner and outer tie-rod ends with an idler arm. Pair the front with DSE's rear Quadra Link setup which features an exclusive no-bind "swivel-link," high-durometer rubber bushings, long upper arms for pinion control and improved anti-squat technology.

COST: $3,400 (front), $2,195 & UP (rear)

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