1967-1969 Chevy Camaro Torque Arm Conversion Kit & Year One Power Crate 350 Engine - CHP Parts

This months CHP Parts feature a torque arm conversion kit for 1967-1969 Chevy Camaro, a Year One Power Crate 350 engine; as well as new parts from Lokar, Accuair Suspension and Totally Stainless.Conversion Experience
'67-69 Camaro Torque Arm Conversion Kit

With its new torque arm conversion kit, BMR Fabrication endeavors to endow your first-gen Camaro with superior handling, greater adjustability, and lower installation costs, all in one package. This bolt-in kit comes complete with an adjustable torque arm, a Watt's link, double-adjustable coilover shocks, a shock upper crossmember, lower control arms, and all necessary hardware. A transmission crossmember is required and sold separately for $340. One of the keys to this setup is the long length of the torque arm, which BMR says puts the instant center in the ideal location for a handling application. The torque arm front mount uses a Delrin-bushed, telescoping slider that allows the torque arm to slide forward and backward without binding while also allowing unrestricted axle articulation. Additionally, the torque arm is equipped for pinion angle adjustability. The Watt's link eliminates side-to-side movement of the rear axlehousing and tires, and BMR's version has five vertical mounting locations so it can be adjusted for a wide range of ride heights and roll centers. The included coilovers are double-adjustable, so compression and rebound can be adjusted independently on each side. According to BMR, this all adds up to a state-of-the-art rear suspension with performance that makes "archaic" leaf springs obsolete. Version for 12-inch rearends ($2,600) and 9-inch housings available.

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