Originally Posted by armysig
Well the advantage of the parts on the Camaro is that it will keep the vehicle from doing wheel hop. The stock parts tend to twist and flex, thus producing the wheel hop you see in some Camaros.
This can only help the PTM system as when it reads data from the sensors it will not have to do major adjustments to the car as it launches.
Regardless of the improvements of the bushings on ZL1, I still plan on a full complement of bushings from one of our Sponsors. I'm not sure I'll replace any arms, yet, but I'm definately going to be doing bushings near the top of my mod' list - cetainly before significant power upgrades.
IMHO - you have to have a solid foundation before you can start making power; it won't be any use if the car can't put it to the ground. There's nothing more funny to me than a 600 horse' car running 13s at the track, lol.
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