“Corvettes from the ’60s and ’70s are infamous for ‘sagging’ suspensions, tough driving and difficult-to-manage dealing with,” says Indiana-based suspension specialist Ridetech because it releases its newest Ridetech StreetGrip Suspension System, this one designed for C2 and C3 Chevrolet sports activities vehicles produced between 1963 and 1982.
The entire kits are $2,040, with separate components numbers for the C2 and C3 generations of Corvette.
The kits are bolt-on and “completely rework the trip and dealing with of those lovely classic rides,” the corporate guarantees.
The kits embody Ridetech adjustable, aluminum, mono-tube shocks with Fox expertise tuned to the particular car era. Additionally included are Hyperco dual-rate entrance springs that present a mushy trip at slower speeds however stiffen underneath larger dynamic circumstances.
Included as effectively are entrance Delrin bushings for the management arms and a stronger entrance sway bar and Hyperco rear composite leaf springs that scale back weight by greater than 30 factors, in addition to spacers to regulate trip top.
The brand new entrance springs decrease trip top from the manufacturing facility setup, however spring spacers are supplied if you wish to maintain the automobile at manufacturing facility top.
For extra info, go to the Ridetech website.