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Alston Race Cars AL-102411

Bolt On Subframe Connector 1982-1992 Chevy Camaro & Pontiac Firebird

Alston Race Cars AL-102411
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Alston Race Cars AL-102411 Bolt On Subframe Connector 1982-1992 Chevy Camaro & Pontiac Firebird $239.00
Bolt On Subframe Connector
  • 1982-1992 Chevy Camaro & Pontiac Firebird
  • Powder Coated Black

  • Alston GM Bolt On Subframe Connectors are carefully formed to fit the contour of your stock floor. These Bolt On Subframe Connectors require no cutting or welding to install, allowing you to retain stock exhaust, fuel and brake lines. Alston GM Bolt On Subframe Connectors are jig welded from 1-5/8" x .134 wall round tube with 1/8" steel mounting plates. In less then 4 hours you can preserve the consistency and performance of your Uni-Body chassis. Alston GM Bolt On Subframe Connectors come complete with grade 8 hardware and instuctions. Each subfamre connector is powder coated black to insure good looks and a long lasting finish.

    Features

    • Formed to fit the stock floor contour
    • Simple bolt on installation for a quick upgrade
    • Jig welded from 1-5/8" tubing
    • Powder coated black

    AL-102411 - Alston GM Bolt On Subframe Connectors is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stiff! These Alton's SFC and Umi outer SFC is the ultimate way to stiffen a 3rd gen Camaro or firebird. Pros: 1.Before the install, everything squeeked and creaked over bumps ex. These SFC removed 80% of the nosie. 2.The ride quality of my car improved a lot. I can actually hear the struts and shocks when I go over bumps. I can only assume the chassis movement is now being transferred to the shocks. 3.They also drastically improved handling I take a fast turn by my house frequently at 45mph right as the tires started to squeel. With the SFC, I'm able to take that same turn at 57mph. After a hard autocross day, I'm impressed. Cons: 1. the fit up was rather bad. I had to cut, bend, and hammer each SFC to fit. About 1 hour of fit up before welding. But after that, it welded up fine. I have to note that these cars are 25+ years old and every car is different in some way. About 110 amps with a Tig machine was hot enough to penetrate the chassis and SFC. I wasn't able to weld 100% of the SFC end. But 75% is plenty strong. If you own a 3rd gen, SFC are mandatory
    Date published: 2017-09-11
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    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations