This is a discussion on Torque Arm within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; Here is an idea for you guys that do not like to flex your chassis and want the car to ...
04-27-2006, 07:26 PM #1
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- Apr 2006
- 96 Camaro
Here is an idea for you guys that do not like to flex your chassis and want the car to hook alot better. Some my already know this but I will post it up anyway.
When you go to do subframe connections get the person that is going to weld to make a bracket for your Torque Arm that attaches to the subframe connectors and on top of the drip pans on the side. This will act as a ladder bar and reduce wheel hop along with alot of other problems you guys have trying to hook your cars. This will allow the Torque Arm to pull on the chassis and not the transmission allowing the car to launch straighter with less twisting. It will also attach the subframe connectors together to allow for a stiffer body.
Just a thought for ya.
Respect Big G
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