G-Comp 1962-67 Chevy II Nova Rear Suspension Kit
62-67 Chevy Chevy II, Solid Axle Rear Suspension Type, Truck Arm Trailing Arm Style, Steel
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This product contributed to making the Team Speedway '65 Nova the GoodGuys Autocross Champion in 2016!
Designed to give your car a great ride and handling without the need to install a roll cage due to added chassis stiffness! Speedway Motors' G-Comp line of Chevy II Nova suspension parts is engineered for performance, strength and value. This G-Comp rear suspension kit is a complete assembly for the 1962-67 Chevy II Nova. This Pro Touring rear kit is an all-new performance system engineered for optimum handling and vastly improved control. G-Comp rear kits will turn your Chevy II Nova into a real G-machine, ready to take on the autocross, road course, or the street.
- Used by Robby Unser in autocross competitions
- Designed to complement the G-Comp front end kit
- Replaces leaf springs with coilover shocks
- Designed ride height is 2" lower than stock and is easily adjustable with coilovers
- Trailing arm articulation - provides superior forward bite
- Eccentric Cam trailing arm mounts accurately position and align rear wheels
- Panhard bar to control lateral movement of rear end - clean, simple design
- Three positions of panhard mounts allow quick roll center adjustments
- Chassis brace made from .120" wall steel tube and is easily located off leaf spring mount
- Pass through tubes are welded into the chassis brace for routing brake lines and wiring
- Chassis brace contains a dropped saddle for drive shaft clearance
- Front support tubes tie the chassis brace to the front of the car
- Chassis brace reduces chassis flex and provides a rigid mount for the trailing arms
- Upper crossmember includes shock mount holes and weld directly to the chassis
- Kit works with both stock wheel wells and mini-tubs
- 7 gauge steel shock mount crossmember bolts to OEM shock mount holes
- All hardware is included to mount truck arms and panhard bar
- Brackets are included to mount the trailing arms and panhard bar to existing rear end
- Rear sway-bar NOT included on standard kits
- Allows for 8" wide wheels if using stock wheelwells
- Tubing wheelwells is not required for use of this kit
- Recommended for cars up to 500HP
Recommended Coil-Over Shocks for G-Comp Series Rear Suspension:
- 1061340CT - AFCO Street/Pro-Touring Coilover Shock (non-adjustable)
- 1063845PTCZ - AFCO Pro-Touring/Race Coilover Shock (single adjustable)
To learn more about the G-Comp line of performance muscle car suspension parts, CLICK HERE.
Read about the G-Comp suspension packages in action on our 1965 Chevy II, as featured in this article from Super Chevy Magazine; A 1965 Chevrolet Nova that Crushes it on the Track!
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Q & A
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