Join Date: Nov 1999
Location: Central California, USA
Re: Another front spring question
The 6308's are probably the best option. I think the compressor and condenser add around 40 lbs, and that would drop the front only .2" over what my 68 was.
If it came out too low for you, Global West sells metal shims you can slip under your coil springs.
Your camaro can ride nicely and handle well ( balanced oversteer/understeer) with this combo, but the front coils are too soft for serious autocrossing or driving to the max at the point of wheel lock up. I was pretty happy with the stock multi leaf springs originally on this car because it was a cruiser and didn't have much horsepower, plus auto tranny. We started with Hellwig sway bars front and rear with 6308's front, and stock multi leaf rear. Koni Shocks set fairly soft.
Check my web page for First Gen Camaro suspension info:
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Last edited by davidpozzi; Feb 16th, 14 at 07:02 PM.