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48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - RIDETECH FRONT SUSPENSION

Some new trick stuff is going on the 48 Hour Camaro. The RideTech 1967-1968-1969 Camaro front steering setup helps fit a 10" wide wheel on the front of the car while at the same time nearly eliminates all bump steer. And don't forget about the Triple Adjustable Coil-Over front shocks.


 


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Season 12 Episode 1 - 69 Camaro Suspension Upgrade
Kevin and Willie get rid of the tired old leaf spring and replace it with a monster torque arm suspension.





48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - RIDETECH REAR SUSPENSION
Check out the AirBar set-up going in the 48 Hour Camaro - only this one isn't being built with air suspension, but using the new triple adjustable coil-over shocks from RideTech.





48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - FORGELINE WHEELS
Dave from Forgeline explains how the 48 Hour Camaro's 10" front and 12" Rear wheels can work, and how you can figure out what size backspace, frontspace, offset, and size you need as well as highlights the advantages of the GA3 wheels.





48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - Moser Rear End
From their heavy duty axles to the extra thick flanges the Moser 12 bolt rear end was built to handle everything the 48 Hour Camaro could throw at it.





6 speed Install on the Ridetech 48Hour Camaro
We install our T56 Magnum 6-speed transmission kit on the Ridetech 48HourCamaro.





Ridetech: Why Shocks Matter
Filmed mostly at the 2012 Nashville GoodGuys show, Ridetech questions some of the most influential customers on why they use RideTech shocks. While the video primarily covers shocks, it also exposes the influence and importance of the Ridetech brand.





RideTech Suspension Swap Challenge
After winning the RideTech online contest, Dustin Bernacki shows up at the 2011 Holley LS Fest with his crew ready for business. Check out how they transform his '68 Chevelle in to a corner carving machine.





RideTech customer Kevin Miller talks about his 1969 Camaro
Kevin Miller built his 1969 Chevy Camaro in his two car garage with autocross / track days in mind. He has succeeded in making a formidable contender.





RideTech customer Mary Pozzi talks about autocross, shocks & tuning
Mary Pozzi discusses some techniques and insight on how she likes to set up her Camaro autocross racer with her RideTech shocks.





Detroit Speed Subframe Assembly 1969 Camaro Lou's Change V8TV Video
http://www.v8tvshow.com/louschange In this chapter of the Lou's Change 1969 Camaro evolution, we're tearing into the front suspension of the car by removing the front clip and the original engine and subframe. We're replacing the or original subframe and suspension with a Detroit Speed hydroformed subframe and suspension system.





48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - BAER BRAKES
Todd Gartshore shows how complete the Baer Brakes system is while it is being installed on the 1967 Camaro. With 14" rotors, and 6 piston calipers - these awesome brakes will get the job done when it comes time to slow down the 48 Hour Camaro.





RideTech Velocity Camaro is Ready - Are You?
The 1968 Velocity Camaro is heading to auction - are you ready for it?





48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - U.S. RADIATOR
Shawn and Don Armstrong from US Radiator give us the low down on what it takes to keep todays high horsepower engines cool - specifically on the 48 Hour Camaro Lingenfelter LS3 600+ HP engine.





TCI Engineering's 1968 Camaro Front Suspension camera - Autocross
The TCI Engineering Custom IFS for the '67-69 Camaro and '68-'74 Nova has a perfect spot for mounting a GoPro. Just use the 3M attachment, click it on and go have some fun.





48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - Gear Vendors
Rick Johnson of Gear Vendors shares all the advantages of their overdrive unit installed in the 48 Hour Camaro. From the drop dead simple installation to the benefits of close ration shifting.




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