Art Morrison Enterprises

GT-Sport Subframe
The Morrison GT-Sport front subframe features C6 Corvette forged aluminum control arms and Strange adjustable coilover springs. Through use of a specially modified Vette spindle with a lowered steering arm, the AGR power rack-and-pinion sits 2 inches lower in the frame, and retains a near-stock tread width, but can accommodate wider tires. Thanks to FEA (finite element analysis) design, the subframe has greatly increased strength and stiffness, yet only weighs 105 pounds, which greatly reduces both sprung and unsprung weight and benefits acceleration, braking, and handling.

GT-Sport Rear Subframe
AME has two designs for the GT-Sport rear subframe, depending upon your plans-either a triangulated four-bar or three-link design. Both designs are built from mandrel-formed 2x4 tubing, provide positive location for the included 9-inch rearend housing, and resist wrap during acceleration. A Watts linkage adds lateral stability, while a sway bar and adjustable coilovers facilitate fine-tuning. The mount for the centerlink bar on the three-link design also serves as a driveshaft loop for extra safety.

F-Body GT-Sport Chassis
The GT-Sport Chassis basically connects the front and rear GT-Sport clips with a full Art Morrison frame, eliminating the need for separate subframe connectors. Smart idea, if you're pondering a front and rear upgrade. Don't confuse this with the time-honored Max-G chassis, which requires significant cutting and fabrication; this chassis is designed for near stock cars.

The Commitment:
The four-link is essentially a bolt-in, and will clear the stock trunk floor, but the three-link rear suspension will require some additional fabrication for clearance. The GT-Sport Chassis was engineered for ease of installation, so the body can be transferred with only minor fabrication; the stock rear foot well must be slotted, and the subframe trimmed slightly, but the original fuel tank can be used.

The Cost:
GT-Sport front clips start at $6,120, four-link GT-Sport rears start at $3,740, while the three-link starts at $4,645. The chassis is brand spanking new, so call for individual quotes on it.

Source:
Art Morrison Enterprises

800-929-7188
www.ArtMorrison.com


BMR Fabrication

F-Body Torque Arm Suspension Kit
BMR's new torque arm for first-gen Camaros includes double-adjustable coilovers mounted to adjustable platforms that allow extreme height drops for track events, and re-elevation for street driving. The Watts link also has five vertical mounting positions that allow it to be adjusted for different ride heights and roll centers, and the lower control arms have four mounting locations for adjusting the instant center location. Packages can be combined with a Strange 9-inch rear axle housing that includes a rigid back brace, and all torque arm and Watts link brackets come welded by BMR. The torque arm front mount has a greasable Delrin bushing that slides on a telescoping shaft which is allowed to pivot on a greasable, low-deflection polyurethane bushing-essentially eliminating bind during articulation.

The Commitment:
Four holes must be drilled in the frame; installation is designed to be easily reversible to stock.

The Cost:
$2,599.95 to $2,999.95

Source
BMR Fabrication

813-986-9302
www.BMRFabrication.com


Competition Engineering

Ladder Bar and Four-Link Back-Half Kits
Competition Engineering's ladder bar or four-link back-half kits are configured to your specifications with 24-, 26-, or 28-inch widths, three-way adjustable racing shocks or coilovers, and a choice of spring rates based on your car's weight. Both kits include framerails designed to clear suspension and axle components while giving a low ride height and clearance for fat slicks, a 2x3 mandrel-bent crossmember with a 3 1/2-inch drop center, a 3/4-inch DOM steel diagonal link with 1/2-inch spherical rod ends, a 1 1/8-inch mandrel-bent round tube driveshaft loop, and upper and lower shock mounts that provide 6 inches of ride height adjustment. Ladder kits include 33-inch long bars with 3/4-inch forged steel rod ends with safety brackets, and 3/16-inch mounting plates, while the four-link kit includes 1-inch diameter bars.

The Commitment:
Despite custom tailoring that simplifies installation, installing either kit will require a great deal of cutting and welding.

The Cost:
Call for a personalized quote

Source:
Competition Engineering

203-453-5200
www.CompetitionEngineering.com