Check out the AirBar set-up going in the 48 Hour Camaro – only this one isn’t being built with air suspension, but using the new triple adjustable coil-over shocks from RideTech.
Bret at RideTech talks about how the ShockWave is produced and tested.
Details. Details. Details. Bret shares an update at a quarter of day 2 over.
After moving Chad and George from out of the front of the Camaro, we got back to work. 16 hours to go and we still have a lot of work. Cherry Bomb exhaust going in today along with Kicker stereo, Tiger Cage, Autometer gauges, fluids, A/C charge, and tons more.
The Lingenfelter prepped LS engine is getting all dressed up for the show. The engine has the new Holley LS manifold and EFI system installed. Moser 12 bolt is coming together as well as the RideTech front suspension system.
Ridetech set up for the front
When you got to make a call
While the stock suspension of a 67 Camaro may have provided the means to out maneuver many of the cars on the road four decades ago, they would struggle to hold corners with the average soccer-mom’s mini-van today. That just won’t do for the action this car is going to see.
The 48 Hour Camaro will be getting a complete suspension “lobotomy”. With nearly every component between the chassis and the wheels being replaced with modern performance components from RideTech.
Stay tuned for all the details about the components and how they work together to create a smarter ride for the 48 Hour Camaro.
Just because the car will be built in 48 hours, doesn’t mean we won’t be adding a full cage. Using the stainless bolt in Tiger Cage from RideTech will make quick work of providing extra protection and chassis stiffness.