This set up is designed to tie the front and rear subframes together while adding additional cross-bracing throughout the center of the vehicle protecting it to its fullest while keeping...
Tags: Subframe Connectors , Suspension
This set up is designed to tie the front and rear subframes together while adding additional cross-bracing throughout the center of the vehicle protecting it to its fullest while keeping ground clearance issues to a minimum. This spider web affect greatly improves your car's handling ability while reducing t-top squeaks, dash rattles and quarter panel flexing, designed for auto-cross, road race as well as drag race set-ups. By connecting the front and rear subframes together this allows better weight transfer for improved traction and straighter launches. This subframe connector design is available in either a weld or bolt-in set-up, please see below.
Item # 2004: Bolt-In Set-up- This set-up is a 100% bolt-in and requires no cutting, drilling or welding! No heat shield trimming or fuel line relocating is necessary with this set-up. All installation hardware is Grade 8 hardware and is supplied with each as well as detailed installation instructions. Although this set-up is a Bolt-In kit it can be welded at any time.
Item # 2003: Weld-In Set-up- Identical to our bolt-in set up but requires welding and is available in standard powder coat colors of Bright Red or Gloss Black for no extra charge, touch up paint is required after welding. Detailed installation instructions and necessary hardware is included. Click HERE for a Bolt-In set-up.
Chrome Moly- Chrome Moly version uses 1.750" x 0.083" 4130 Chrome Moly steel and is TIG welded. The Chrome Moly construction adds increased strength while reducing product weight making this item 5 lbs lighter than using mild steel. The mounting plates are machined from mild steel to allow this item to be MIG welded to the vehicle. Make your selection below.
1993 - 2002 Chevrolet Camaro (All Models)
1993 - 2002 Pontiac Firebird (All Models)
(Will NOT fit convertibles)