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Hotchkis 80014-2CV TVS Stage Ranking TOP2 2 GM System 1967-1969 F Suspension Regular store

Hotchkis 80014-2CV TVS Stage 2 Suspension System (1967-1969 GM F

$3195

Hotchkis 80014-2CV TVS Stage 2 Suspension System (1967-1969 GM F

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Product description

Hotchkis Sport Suspension 80014-2CV Stage 2 TVS Kit Extreme with 2 in. drop for 1967-1969 Camaro and Firebird Convertibles with Big Block motors. Includes Adjustable Rear Sway Bars 1 1/8 in. Front and 7/8 in. in rear with Chassis Max Sway Bar Brace 2 in. Lowered Sport Springs 1.5 in. Lowered Leaf Springs (3 Inch Kit Also Available) and Front and Rear Hotchkis Tuned/Bilstein Shocks Sub Frame Connectors (Chassis Max Brace Also Included on Convertible Kits) all necessary Hardware and Bushings with Heavy Duty Tie Rod Sleeves also included. One Convenient Kit for the ultimate handling GM F-Body Camaro or Firebird nothing beats the Hotchkis Sport Suspension Stage 2 Total Vehicle System. This kit has been rigorously designed and tested on the track yet is very comfortable for your local cruise in. Every aspect of the suspension has been re engineered for the maximum performance and is being offered in a complete tuned package. In front we start out with Tubular Upper and Lower Control Arms which increase caster and improves the camber curve creating more front end grip and traction. Heavy duty tie rod sleeves hold the alignment while 2 in. (3 in. also available) lowered sport springs and Hotchkis Tuned/Bilstein shocks improve vehicle control and stance. A massive 1 1/8 in. front sway bar and 7/8 in. adjustable rear sway bar reduce body roll and improve handling. To improve traction and reduce wheel hop the rear gets a 1.5 in. (3 in. also available) multi leaf drop spring which features a Hotchkis exclusive design that utilizes an overload spring to reduce axle wrap up. The kit comes complete with heavy duty shackles U-bolts pads and all necessary hardware. To stiffen the chassis Hotchkis includes sub frame connectors and a rear sway bar cross member creating a complete package. This system is a proven autocross winner and designed for maximum performance improvement in a installer friendly kit. PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA.

Hotchkis 80014-2CV TVS Stage 2 Suspension System (1967-1969 GM F

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