Reposition your instant center by changing your lower
control arm angle for improved traction. Brackets lower the rear of the
control arm up to 3", a must for all lowered vehicles to correct lost
suspension geometry. By lowering your vehicle, you are changing the
lower control arm angle allowing the rear mounting point to sit higher
than the front. This will, in return, cause wheel hop and a great deal
of traction loss.
We do not recommend
lowering a 3rd or 4th generation F-Body without lower control arm
relocation brackets due to the compromise in the geometry on the
instant center. Brackets will significantly improve instant center
position, eliminate wheel hop and increase traction. Brackets installed
will also help 60-foot times of .10 or better, lower ETs and increase
track consistency--a must for all lowered vehicles!
Product installed on a
stock height vehicle will also see a great increase in traction by
lowering the rearward angle of the lower control arm, allowing more
force to be placed on the rear tires. Relocation brackets have two
settings to allow the lower control arm to be lowered either 2" or 3",
depending on your preference. Settings are placed in a correct pattern
that will allow use of all OEM control arms or any aftermarket control
arm (brackets do not require a longer control arm.) Brackets installed
on a non-lowered F-Body provide a .10 or better 60-foot; reduction and
an increase in track consistency.
Brackets are Weld-in only
and install in approximately 1 - 1½ hours. All hardware and installation instructions are included with each kit.
1982 - 2002 Chevrolet Camaro
1982 - 2002 Pontiac Firebird