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.
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: 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.
48 Hour Camaro - Product Detail - VINTAGE AIR AC UNIT
The 1967 Camaro used
for the 48 Hour Build wasn't equipped from the factory with AC. That didn't
stop us from getting the best air conditioning system available! The
Vintage Air Gen 4 system made the install of the condenser, evaporator and
all the other components a breeze. Rick Love shows the details in this
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.
Detroit Speed, Inc - Tech Series - Leaf Springs
Watch Detroit Speed Sales and Technical Associate Dan Oddy explain the
difference between stock and Detroit Speed's 2" or 3" drop leaf spring and
which height will work perfect for you and your vehicle.
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.
JCG Restorations 1968 Camaro -- /BIG MUSCLE
Tucked away in a small industrial park in Oxnard, CA sits JCG Restorations
& Customs, a moderately sized shop that has built some of the best
performing pro-touring cars that we've ever driven. Now generally we don't
focus in on shops, however when the owners of three of our best test cars
start dropping names, we tend to listen. Originally we descended on JCG to
drive Blu Balz, a stunning 1968 Camaro owned by one Karl Dunn.
However since Mother Nature decided to water the Earth that day, we put our
original plans on hold and got shop owner Cris Gonzalez to give us the in's
and out's of what it takes to make a stellar pro-touring car.
1968 Camaro Detroit Speed Front Suspension Install Video V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 -We wanted our 1968 Camaro to retain its classic
appearance, but handle and drive like today's best sports cars. To
accomplish this, we relied on a Speed 3 front suspension kit from Detroit
Speed and Engineering that we obtained through Classic Industries. This kit
consists of tubular upper and lower control arms, a coil over spring and
shock kit, new quick ratio steering components, and is installed into the
stock Camaro subframe.
Next time, we will be installing a DSE Quadra Link rear suspension to
complete the handling upgrades on this 1968 Camaro.