When it comes to a muscle car’s personality, most enthusiasts focus on looks and horsepower. That’s not a bad thing. But, not many realize there is another upgrade that can really improve your hot rod, and that’s handling. For you drag-race guys, lightening your car is also a huge concern.
Speedtech Performance has been supplying muscle car parts to hot rodders for years. The company has recently expanded its offerings to include drag-race-specific front subframes for ’67 through ’69 Camaro and ’68 through ’72 Nova.
This new tubular frontend can be bolted to the firewall for ease of installation and includes large diameter chromoly upper and lower control arms. The subframe is compatible with factory or Speedtech aluminum spindles and comes complete with billet steering arms and adjustable bumpsteer. Front- and mid-engine plates are included to help lock a high-horsepower engine in place. Most headers can fit in the subframe assembly, making it easy to transfer an existing package over to the Speedtech setup.
The front shocks are designed for drag racing with adjustable compression and rebound. This delivers better control at launch. A lightweight rack-and-pinion steering setup is also included in the complete package. The caster and stagger are adjustable through the lower control arm position for better staging and high-speed stability.
For more information on this and other performance products for your ride, visit www.Speedtech-Performance.com