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Old 09-05-2013, 09:13 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by AC View Post
I didn't know about the rear cradle bushings... Good info thanks.
A good set of rear cradle bushings are definitely an important part of not only curing wheel hop but improving overall handling/performance.

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Originally Posted by ItsBroke View Post
Well I'm glad I found this thread. Thanks Chase! Now subed. In my 4th gen days, all I needed were solid trailing arms with polly bushings, and a grease gun.
It is definitely much more difficult to control the wheel hop on the 5th gen Camaros than it was on the 4th gen cars. The rear IRS in the new Camaros doesn't make it an easy task to control wheel hop especially for cars that equipped with a manual transmission and make quite a bit of power.
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