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.
1967 Camaro Alloway Autocross Edition part 3
A 1967 Camaro that is
being built by Alloway's Hot Rod Shop...I have been following the build for
the past several months...In this video the interior has just been
installed by Steve Holcomb Pro Auto Custom Interiors...This is one way cool
Hot Rod...check it out....make sure you follow me so that you don't miss
any for the other cool videos I post from these shops!!
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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.
48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - IDIDIT
You can't build a pro level car and keep the old worn sloppy steering
column. That is why Ididit was such an important part of the 48 Hour Camaro. Take a look at
what sets this column apart and how you can take advantage of Ididit's
large selection of columns and custom options
1969 Camaro SS396 Upgrade Videos: Edelbrock Top End Kit, MagnaFlow Exhaust, Suspension pt. 1 V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - In this video series, we're upgrading a 1969 Camaro SS 396 for better
performance using an Edelbrock Top End Kit consisting of E-Street Heads, a
RPM intake manifold, a mild street camshaft, and the required hardware and
gaskets to put it all together. We're adding a Holley Street Avenger
Aluminum 670 carburetor for fuel, and an MSD Digital E-Curve distributor
for spark. The Camaro
will breathe better with a dual MagnaFlow stainless Exhaust system, and it will run smoothly on
Royal Purple Break-In Oil and Max Gear transmission oil. We're also
adding a Centerforce clutch for more grab. Under the car, we're detailing
the subframe and suspension with Eastwood Underhood Black paint, and
installing Global West Del-A-Lum bushings up front. A Baer Track disc
brake kit is going on for better stopping power, and a Chassis Engineering
front sway bar will help this car corer better. Follow along as we do all
these mods in video.
1968 camaro suspension rebuild part 1
I was getting a clunk from the front end when I would hit a set of tracks
near my office, so I decided to rebuild my suspension. I bought a
polyurethane bushing kit, ball joints, a polyurethane sway bar link kit and
new greasable polyurethane sway bar bushings.
You will need to cut something to put between the open end of the stamped
steel control arm. I used 3/4" conduit and cut 3 pieces, 2 short and 1
long. It was difficult but a cheap hydraulic press was used to press the
bushings. I also used a ball joint press for the left lower control arm
You will see I have a massive 1.25" solid steel sway bar... Way too much
for this car.
Just some tips on what nobody would tell me. It's interesting how you go to
car show or cruises and no one know anything about their car. Of coarse
that means us young hot roders have to pay serious dues and are left to
break everything on our car. There have been a few good guys I have met, so
don't get me wrong.
There is a certain pride I take in restoring my Camaro myself. I just need a