QA1 DK12-CRE1 1970-74 Mopar B/E-Body Drag Racing Suspension Kit, Level 2
Challenger, Charger, Coronet, Polara, Barracuda, Fury, GTX, Roadrunner, Satellite, Belvedere
Looking for a better launch, straight line stability and consistent performance for your Charger, Coronet, Challenger, Barracuda or other Mopar B or E-Body vehicle? Turn to QA1's drag racing suspension kits for a full-vehicle upgrade that fits your needs. Available in two different levels of performance, these drag racing kits offers easy, bolt-in installation and seamlessly works with whatever OE component each piece attaches to.
Don't want to make the investment right away? No problem. You can build your car in stages, using our parts list as a road map to get to the level of performance you want and have the peace of mind knowing you won't have compatibility issues.
These are geared towards average weight vehicles with stock trim. What if the vehicle has been heavily modified from its original weight? No problem. These kits do not include shocks and struts to give you the flexibility to order the shocks or struts with the spring rates you want.
Please note when ordering the drag racing kit without shocks, the kit will also not include springs, spanner wrenches or thrust bearing kits.
Drag Racing Kit Without Shocks
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 15 business days for QA1 to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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