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This 1968 Camaro is being built to drive, both on city streets and the in occasional track-day event. To accomplish this, we decided to install a Detroit Speed QUADRALink rear suspension system on the Currie 9+ rear axle assembly. The QUADRALink is a highly adjustable 4-link system utilizing a panhard bar and adjustable coil-over shocks. This design eliminates the stock suspension's leaf spring wrap-up issues, and allows for more precise ride height adjustment and the quick spring rate changes coil-overs offer. The Currie 9+ axle assembly features a new fabricated housing, 3.50:1 gears, a Detroit Truetrac differential, 31 spline axles, and all new bearings and seals for a rock-solid foundation. All these parts will add up to a comfortable street machine that won't be unstable on the track. Part 1 of 2.
9 Dec 2011
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This 1968 Camaro is being built to drive, both on city streets and the in occasional track-day event. To accomplish this, we decided to install a Detroit Speed QUADRALink rear suspension system on the Currie 9+ rear axle assembly. The QUADRALink is a highly adjustable 4-link system utilizing a panhard bar and adjustable coil-over shocks. This design eliminates the stock suspension's leaf spring wrap-up issues, and allows for more precise ride height adjustment and the quick spring rate changes coil-overs offer. The Currie 9+ axle assembly features a new fabricated housing, 3.50:1 gears, a Detroit Truetrac differential, 31 spline axles, and all new bearings and seals for a rock-solid foundation. All these parts will add up to a comfortable street machine that won't be unstable on the track. Part 2 of 2.
9 Dec 2011
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Building a well handling car is all about the chassis. We've already put a Detroit Speed Coil Over conversion on our Camaro's front subframe and installed one of their Quadralink systems on the rear end. Now its time to connect the subframe and rear frame rails with a set of Detroit Speed Subframe Connectors that fit tightly to the Camaros underside.
22 Feb 2012
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This is the first video in the series covering the build of the 1969 Mustang BOSS 302.0. This Pro-Touring style Mustang delivers late-model power and performance, while keeping the classic 1969 Mustang's appearance. To achieve this, the V8TV crew called upon Steinhauser Design to create the rendering to highlight the specific pieces and overall design. Components include a carbon fiber dash, hood, bumpers, rear deck, and quarter extensions from Anvil Auto. A complete Detroit Speed & Engineering Aluma-Frame front suspension system and rear QUADRALink , Forgeline wheels, and Toyo tires will make the car stick to the road. The BOSS 302.0 is powered by a new Ford Coyote 5.0 V-8 engine and a five speed manual transmission, and a Currie 9-inch rear end. Restoration pieces from CJ Pony Parts will make the car look fresh and crisp. In this chapter, the V8 Speed & Resto crew extracts the car from a barn and begins the transformation.
24 Sep 2012
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