We get Project Rehab ready for the street and strip with a full suspension replacement from QA1 and LateModelRestoration.com. Follow along as we replace the worn out factory parts with new gear for street and strip.
by Don Creason on April 9, 2014
by Don Creason on March 3, 2014
We dump Project Silver Bullet’s anemic factory front brakes in favor of massive 15-inch GT500 grade stopping power with a kit from LateModelRestoration.com. Install details and stopping tests are all right here.
by Jason Reiss on February 14, 2014
Project Silver Bullet gets yet another upgrade in the form of a set of Strange Engineering adjustable shocks and struts, a Cobra Jet spring kit from American Muscle, and a one-piece driveshaft. Details are inside!
by Jason Reiss on January 3, 2014
We upgraded the underside of our automatic 2013 Mustang for track use with a full complement of parts from Chassis Engineering. These provide a measure of chassis support along with at-track adjustability.
Mopar owners are no longer left out in the cold, as QA1 has upgraded performance suspension parts for early A-, B-, and E-body Mopars. We installed their tubular control arms and other suspension components.
by Rick Seitz on October 9, 2013
In order to perform as designed, suspension components have to have a rigid chassis framework to support them, and that’s where this all-in-one kit from Granatelli Motorsports comes in.
by Mike Alexander on October 1, 2013
We take an inside look at what goes into building one of the industry’s strongest rearends. The Currie 9-inch Street Rod rear is a legend for decade after decade, so we take a deeper look at the assembly and constru
by Jason Reiss on August 22, 2013
Follow along as we detail the chassis build on our ’36 Ford 5-Window, Project Flat Out. We go inside and behind the scenes with Total Cost Involved Engineering to see exactly what’s involved.
by Don Creason on August 13, 2013
To give our Project Silver Bullet handling to match it’s horsepower, we turn to Maximum Motorsports for their new S197 Road and Track Grip Box. With over 1.0g of cornering grip on street tires, this suspension should work well with our high horsepower 2013 Mustang.
by Andrew Almazan on August 5, 2013
Check out this video of the guys over at Heidts Automotive Group previewing a ’70 Chevy C10 as their test rig to expand their Superide II IFS suspension for classic trucks. They were luck enough to get the rig ready in time for the Goodguys PPG Nats and were able to test it out on the Autocross this year.
by Andrew Almazan on August 1, 2013
Check out this video of Heidts Automotive Group’s Senior Mechanical Engineer, Jim Shaw as he walks us through the product expansion of their Superide II IFS (independent front suspension). If you want to outfit your ride with up to date aftermarket performance technology check out the article and links inside.
by Michael Harding on July 30, 2013
We have been taking our 1965 Belvedere out to local race tracks and pushing it pretty hard. The brakes were in need of some upgrades, and we reached out to Master Power Brakes for their four-piston disc brake conversion kits. We now have big brake performance in a smaller package – mission accomplished.
by Bobby Kimbrough on July 18, 2013
We follow up the Bolt-on Front Clip installation on our project car with a fully adjustable four-bar rearend suspension from Chris Alston’s Chassisworks. Our crude ’69 Camaro is beginning to take shape as a genuine Pro-Touring vehicle. Read the details here.
Want to keep track of all that’s going on with our Chevy Hardcore project ’64 Chevelle build? From the 600HP BluePrint Engine LS powerplant to the complete front-to-rear Ridetech coilover suspension system and Gearstar Performance overdrive transmission, we’ve got the entire build thread right here!
by Bobby Kimbrough on July 1, 2013
When it came time to work on our 1969 Camaro aptly named Project Blank Slate, we knew that a chassis upgrade was in order. We turned to Chris Alston Chassisworks for their experience and expertise in chassis design to try our hand at installing their Bolt-on g-machine Front Clip for First Gen Camaros.
by Jake Headlee on June 25, 2013
We walk through installing the newly designed IFS from TCI Engineering for 1955-59 Chevys. TCI Engineering’s kits offer a reliable, affordable, and feature packed way to modernize your truck’s handling and performance. Update the worn out suspension, and give your old truck a new lease on life – check it out!
Transforming an ancient utility vehicle into a modern street performer is no easy task. But with a bit of skill and the right parts, your dream pick-up truck can easily become reality. Check out just how easy it is to update that outdated front suspension with TCI Engineerings custom IFS.
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by Michael Harding on June 11, 2013
Adding to their list of independent rear suspension kits, Heidts brings in a 1971 Pontiac Firebird Formula so we can see just how simple it is to bolt-in and IRS system without cutting or welding anything. Can it be done? Yes, it can. Check inside to see how.