:agree74 degrees in Ohio yesterday and sunny! Of course I had to go topless as soon as I got home from being gone for 3 weeks! Gosh, it felt great to be home and drive my Hot Rod again! :blue:
35 degrees and snowing today! :frozen:
Shakatak :liebe011:Hey All
So took a big step and had Scott at Precision Alignment Temecula Ca. Install the Belltech 795SP stock strut and spring kit.
They are adjustable front struts and so went down 1" in front ( 1/2 " at a time up to 2 " lower) and 2 inches in the rear.
Seems to handle better, corners tighter, comfort about the same as stock, closed the fender to tire gap, however I'm thinking I should have gone down 1.5" in the front, oh well time will tell.
Thanks for the catch on the kit # it is the Belltech 796SP, if you would like I'll measure the front clearance where your spoiler would attach.
As far as price once or twice a year Belltech runs a rebate, so I was able to save $150 , not to bad.
Over all very happy with the ride and handling, a positive improvement all round.
I might suggest a corvette servo while transmission is out for torque convertorDropped her off to put torque converter, shocks , cross member and alignment done . Getting excited now !! I can't wait to drive her !!
Thanks _ i got mine here from Lite-em up last year - already painted red!Love the front chin spoiler/splitter. It is on my list.
Congrats on trophy.Feeling blessed....Trophy in Top 5 of class......one of the Oldest Car Clubs in Ohio.....not that many cars/trucks (no motor cycles allowed)maybe 77-79 total
Cheers....to all...Happy Father's Day to all the Father's...even if you don't pilot U.V. SSR.......urple::black::blur::yellow::ssr:silver::blue: