Polyurethane Bushings Rear Differential to Rear Cradle Mounts 2010 Camaro

Application: 2010+ Chevrolet Camaro

SKU #C10-POLY-1

This kit supplies all of the polyurethane bushings and bolt sleeves that you need to do all three (3) rear differential to rear cradle mounts on your 2010+ Chevrolet Camaro.

This kit helps eliminate wheel hop and rear differential flex. Kit includes 95A durometer polyurethane bushings and lightweight 6061 aluminum bolt sleeves with a beautiful clear annodized finish. A must have kit for the serious enthusiast!

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K6145T Ball Joint Boot
SKU #BJB-1

By popular demand we are now offering a replacement rubber ball joint boot for Spohn or Moog Part# K6145T lower ball joints.

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09/15/10 – StreetLegalTV.com – Author: Gordon McDonald

Those of you who think that the 1/8 mile run is for babies, need to think that through again. Breaking into the 4 second club when running the eighth mile track isn’t for the faint of heart. Cars that do blow through the 4 second barrier typically run mid-sevens on the long track.

When you’re dealing with eighth mile competition, your 60 foot time is hugely critical. There really is no big end for you to play catch up in. So when Al Marlow, of Clemens, MD, built up his ThirdGen drag radial Camaro, he knew that he had to maintain an OEM style suspension.

Competing in 10.5 outlaw and drag radial events, Al needed the best in competition bred replacement components, so he turned to Spohn Performance to update his 1991 Camaro RS. Now kitted out with a Spohn Torque Arm, LCAs, panhard bar, LCA relocation brackets, Top-Gun driveshaft and Pro-Series rear drag sway bar, Al doesn’t just say that it “feels better.” He’s got the numbers to prove it.

Before moving to Spohn components, Al’s best 60 ft time was 1.34. Now, he can pull 1.21 seconds and with this, he holds a few records at Maryland International Raceway. In the X275 Radial class, his results this year on the eight mile are recorded at 4.997 seconds for ET, and 145.19 mph trap speed. When Al runs the 1/4 mile, his results are nothing to cough at either. How does a 7.68 @ 185 mph sound, on drag radials? Sounds pretty stout to me, ably aided by that consistent 1.21 second 60 ft time.

Whether you drive an F-body, or G or A, or other GM performance cars, a Mustang or Viper, Spohn Performance can give you more of what you like the best in your ride – performance. Check out their website and see what they can do for you.

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Larry Basegio Camaro on the AutoX Track

Posted by Spohn Performance | 08/25/10 | Tagged 6. Customer Submissions

Larry Basegio from Aptos, CA. sent in this picture of his most recent trip to the AutoX track. Larry runs a complete Spohn Performance front to rear suspension on his Fourth Gen convertible Camaro. Looks good Larry!

AutoX Camaro