1967-69 Camaro / 1968-74 Nova Steering System
The early Camaro/Nova frontends have very poor suspension geometry...the tires lean outward around turns, the bumpsteer is bad, and there is little room to run a wide wheel because of the oem steering arm interference with the inside of the wheel. The Tru Turn system resolves ALL these issues...the tires now lean INTO the turn, the bumpsteer is UNDER .050" through 5" of suspension travel, and you now have clearance to run up to a 10" wide wheel with a 275mm tire!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I have to modify my oem subframe?
No modifications are necessary at all.
What is "bumpsteer" and why should I be concerned about it?
Bumpsteer is a term that refers to the control arms and the steering linkage moving in different arcs as the suspension moves through its travel. When this happens the tierods will move the steering arms (and therefore the wheels) in directions that the driver does not intend. This leads to an "uneasy" feeling car. Some OEM cars (especially older musclecars) can have a lot of bumpsteer...as much as 1"! Imagine the toe setting on your car changing unpredictably as you go down the road! The Tru Turn system nearly eliminates this situation...the bumpsteer is UNDER .050" through 5" of suspension travel. This leads to a very stable and comfortable feeling vehicle.
What is camber gain and why should I be concerned about it?
Camber gain refers to the rate of camber change the spindle will see through the range of suspension travel. With most OEM cars (especially older musclecars), the OEM suspension geometry will lean the compressed wheel OUT when turning. With the TruTurn suspension the compressed wheel will lean INTO the turn, keeping the tire squarely on the ground thereby offering more lateral grip AND offering a more stable turning experience.
Can u use with stock spidles
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