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Re: Perfomance Suspension "G" Machine Kits
I'm not familiar with that kit, but I'm not a fan of polyurethane bushings for the front suspension and I see no geometry correction in that setup at all. In addition, if you're going to go with coilovers, you're buying springs and shocks you don't need. There's a lot of Camaro-suspension-for-handling discussions on Pro-touring.com and Lateral-G.net, you might look over there.
If you're looking at ths kit, I'm guessing you're on a bit of a budget. If that's the case, I'd consider (for about the same money) one of the SC&C suspension kits for the front (UCA/LCA and tall balljoints), AFCO spring adjusters and the coils of whatever rate you want (likely 550 lbs./in. or above) with Bilstein shocks and a Hotchkis front swaybar, and the Global West, Hotchkiss or DSE lowering rear springs of your choice, again with Bilstein shocks. Steering rebuild components can be obtained from a lot of sources.
I'd also consider a 3rd gen IROC steering box, and upgrading your brakes.
Mike - '68 Camaro with lots of stuff done to it.
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