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Camaro 1980 and 1981 low friction front end Rebuild Kit part # ETK-8081

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Camaro 1980 and 1981 low friction front end Rebuild Kit part # ETK-8081
Global West Suspension manufactures Econo-Track-Kits for the 1980 and 1981 Camaro which are great for both street and drag race applications. The kits are legal for many classes including the following: Stock (also called Street), Super Street, Super Stock, Mean Street, Extreme Street, True Street, Open Comp, and any of the ET classes. Whatís Inside: The components featured are Global West Del-a-lum bushings, offset control arm shafts, and upper and lower ball joints. The Global West Advantage: Del-a-lum bushings are a direct replacement and act like a bearing. Simply press out the stock bushings (including the shell) and then press in the new Del-a-lum bushings. They provide smooth movement up and down without deflecting fore and aft. The bushings reduce drag in the front end, allowing the front to raise and transfer load rapidly. Offset shafts allow you to increase caster and still maintain camber. Why do you need more caster? Caster provides straight line stability and increased cornering ability. Well you donít need cornering ability on a drag car but if your car is dual purpose --- you will. For example: Letís take a 74-81 Camaro, the stock alignment using stock shafts and control arms is --- caster 1 degree negative to 1 degree positive, camber 1/4 positive to 1-3/4 positive and toe-in is set at 1/16 to 5/16 in. Specifications for Drag Racing: Our alignment specifications for drag racing is ---- Caster - 5 1/2 degrees positive, camber with car lifted 1-inch set at 0, and toe-in set to 1/32 in per side measured pushing out on the tires. If you use the factory arms and standard shafts, you will not get those alignment specifications. By installing the offset shafts you will be able to get closer to the alignment. You may be a couple degrees off, but the car will respond to the new settings. Specifications for Street Driving: For street driving, set the front end up to the following specifications --- caster 4 degrees positive on the passenger side Ė driver side 3 1/2 degrees, camber 1/2 degree negative both sides (car on the ground not lifted) and set toe --- toe-in 3/32 total pushing out on the tires. If you jumped class and can use our tubular arms, your alignment will change and be even better. Alignment specifications are included with each kit.
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Global West Suspension manufactures Econo-Track-Kits for the 1980 and 1981 Camaro which are great for both street and drag race applications.

The kits are legal for many classes including the following: Stock (also called Street), Super Street, Super Stock, Mean Street, Extreme Street, True Street, Open Comp, and any of the ET classes.

Whatís Inside: The components featured are Global West Del-a-lum bushings, offset control arm shafts, and upper and lower ball joints.

The Global West Advantage:

Del-a-lum bushings are a direct replacement and act like a bearing. Simply press out the stock bushings (including the shell) and then press in the new Del-a-lum bushings. They provide smooth movement up and down without deflecting fore and aft. The bushings reduce drag in the front end, allowing the front to raise and transfer load rapidly.

Offset shafts allow you to increase caster and still maintain camber. Why do you need more caster? Caster provides straight line stability and increased cornering ability. Well you donít need cornering ability on a drag car but if your car is dual purpose --- you will.

For example: Letís take a 74-81 Camaro, the stock alignment using stock shafts and control arms is --- caster 1 degree negative to 1 degree positive, camber 1/4 positive to 1-3/4 positive and toe-in is set at 1/16 to 5/16 in.

Specifications for Drag Racing:

Our alignment specifications for drag racing is ---- Caster - 5 1/2 degrees positive, camber with car lifted 1-inch set at 0, and toe-in set to 1/32 in per side measured pushing out on the tires.

If you use the factory arms and standard shafts, you will not get those alignment specifications. By installing the offset shafts you will be able to get closer to the alignment. You may be a couple degrees off, but the car will respond to the new settings.

Specifications for Street Driving:

For street driving, set the front end up to the following specifications --- caster 4 degrees positive on the passenger side Ė driver side 3 1/2 degrees, camber 1/2 degree negative both sides (car on the ground not lifted) and set toe --- toe-in 3/32 total pushing out on the tires.

If you jumped class and can use our tubular arms, your alignment will change and be even better. Alignment specifications are included with each kit.
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Global West Suspension manufactures Econo-Track-Kits for the 1980 and 1981 Camaro which are great for both street and drag race applications.

The kits are legal for many classes including the following: Stock (also called Street), Super Street, Super Stock, Mean Street, Extreme Street, True Street, Open Comp, and any of the ET classes.

Whatís Inside: The components featured are Global West Del-a-lum bushings, offset control arm shafts, and upper and lower ball joints.

The Global West Advantage:

Del-a-lum bushings are a direct replacement and act like a bearing. Simply press out the stock bushings (including the shell) and then press in the new Del-a-lum bushings. They provide smooth movement up and down without deflecting fore and aft. The bushings reduce drag in the front end, allowing the front to raise and transfer load rapidly.

Offset shafts allow you to increase caster and still maintain camber. Why do you need more caster? Caster provides straight line stability and increased cornering ability. Well you donít need cornering ability on a drag car but if your car is dual purpose --- you will.

For example: Letís take a 74-81 Camaro, the stock alignment using stock shafts and control arms is --- caster 1 degree negative to 1 degree positive, camber 1/4 positive to 1-3/4 positive and toe-in is set at 1/16 to 5/16 in.

Specifications for Drag Racing:

Our alignment specifications for drag racing is ---- Caster - 5 1/2 degrees positive, camber with car lifted 1-inch set at 0, and toe-in set to 1/32 in per side measured pushing out on the tires.

If you use the factory arms and standard shafts, you will not get those alignment specifications. By installing the offset shafts you will be able to get closer to the alignment. You may be a couple degrees off, but the car will respond to the new settings.

Specifications for Street Driving:

For street driving, set the front end up to the following specifications --- caster 4 degrees positive on the passenger side Ė driver side 3 1/2 degrees, camber 1/2 degree negative both sides (car on the ground not lifted) and set toe --- toe-in 3/32 total pushing out on the tires.

If you jumped class and can use our tubular arms, your alignment will change and be even better. Alignment specifications are included with each kit.
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