G-Comp 1970-81 Camaro/Firebird Truck Arm Rear Suspension Kit
Solid Axle Rear Suspension Type, Truck Arm Trailing Arm Style, Conversion Suspension Kit Type
- This item 350700 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
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 suspension parts is engineered for performance, strength and value. This G-Comp rear suspension kit is a complete assembly for the 1970-81 Chevy Camaro. 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 Camaro into a real G-machine, ready to take on the autocross, road course, or the street.
- Designed to complement the G-Comp front end kit
- Designed ride height is 2" lower than stock and is easily adjustable with coilovers
- Panhard bar to control lateral movement of rear-end - clean, simple design
- Rear sway-bar NOT included on standard kits
- Allows for 8" wide wheels if using stock wheel wells
- Recommended for cars up to 500HP
G-Comp Truck Arm suspension systems are precision engineered for spirited performance driving styles. Our truck arm suspension design eliminates wheel hop and is a versatile, fully adjustable suspension system. Perfect for weekend track excursions or spirited curvy back road runs. Truck arm suspension designs are built so that it cannot bind under any condition. The truck arms converge on an actual instant center and because of the arm's length, the vehicle remains neutral throughout bump, droop, and roll travel suspension movements. This provides a very consistent and predictable suspension system for your F-body - a huge improvement from your worn-out double-leaf suspension!
The dual I-beam arrangement pivots on a forward mounting point. That mounting point is located just behind the transmission tail shaft and is then hard mounted to the rear axle housing. This creates a rigid suspension system that only allows the rear axle to move up and down. No unpredictable side to side movement to upset the car when accelerating or braking. This rigid construction reduces driveshaft slip yoke movement which results in virtually no torque induced flex in the chassis.
Truck arm designs provide the driver with an amazing handling machine - stable instant center, predictable roll steer characteristics, and consistent behavior under hard acceleration and braking. This suspension design is perfect for high-speed stability without sacrificing any cornering ability. Eliminate wheel hop issues and tune your setup with an adjustable pan hard bar for the perfect road-course and high-speed autocross track F-body builds!
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!
NotesThis item is made to order with a production-to-ship estimated average time frame of 5 business days.
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Q & A
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