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Old 08-16-2011, 04:06 PM   #1
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Whiteside Customs Super Street Packages!

We've had our Super Street packages available for a while now and installed them on several vehicles, but I thought I should formally introduce them to you guys with some details.

All of our Super Street packages feature Whiteline components. In our eyes, Whiteline bushings are simply the best out there. Whiteline's philosophy, like ours, is "No Compromise". They offer the highest quality bushings in the industry at an affordable price. Whiteline has been pushing the performance envelope in Australia since the 1960's, originally starting with sway bars. Since then, they have become the leader in performance suspension components.

Each package also has the option to include a set of BC Racing BR Series coilovers for further savings and performance.

While we can't post prices or exact savings, each package offers progressively bigger savings than purchasing the parts individually. These are a GREAT deal!

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Super Street 1



This package is great for the weekend warrior looking to improve performance for the occasional track weekend. Our Super Street 1 package includes:

- Front radius rod bushings
- Rear differential bushings
- Rear cradle insert bushings


Super Street 1.5



Same as SS1, but with full cradle bushings instead of inserts for the voids.


Super Street 2



This package is great for the autocross enthusiast. Take your vehicle's performance and handling to the next level. Our Super Street 2 package includes:

- Front radius rod bushings
- Rear differential bushings
- Rear cradle insert bushings
- Heavy duty 3-way adjustable 27mm solid front sway bar
- Heavy duty 3-way adjustable 27mm solid rear sway bar

Super Street 2.5



Same as SS2, but with full cradles bushings.


Super Street 3



This complete supsension replacement is the ULTIMATE package for serious competition. The same package used on Project Syn R G. Our Super Street 3 package includes:

- Front radius rod bushings
- Rear differential bushings
- Rear cradle mount bushings
- Control arm bushings
- Rack & pinion mount bushings
- Heavy duty 3-way adjustable 27mm solid front sway bar
- Heavy duty 3-way adjustable 27mm solid rear sway bar

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Old 08-17-2011, 09:30 PM   #2
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Can you pm me prices for ss 2.5 and ss 3 shipped to 41018. Also do you have trailing arms, subframe connectors, and tunnel braces? I have dealt with a local shop that does mostly Subies named Turn N Concpts and they highly suggest your products.
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Old 08-17-2011, 09:44 PM   #3
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Those Radius Rod bushings look sooooo familiar bud.
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Old 08-18-2011, 11:44 AM   #4
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Those Radius Rod bushings look sooooo familiar bud.
I was thinking the same thing.
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Old 08-18-2011, 12:20 PM   #5
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Your SS-3 package is less than most stage 2 packages.. even some stage 1s... coil overs only for another 1k....

not sure if serious....
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Old 08-18-2011, 12:36 PM   #6
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Your SS-3 package is less than most stage 2 packages.. even some stage 1s... coil overs only for another 1k....

not sure if serious....
Dead serious.

Buying straight from the manufacturers has it's advantages.
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Old 08-18-2011, 07:19 PM   #7
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I was thinking the same thing.
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Old 08-18-2011, 08:16 PM   #8
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Uh Oh, don't tell me, the same company that makes Pedders Bushings makes these as well?. First coilovers, now this.
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Old 08-18-2011, 08:27 PM   #9
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Uh Oh, don't tell me, the same company that makes Pedders Bushings makes these as well?. First coilovers, now this.
Say what?
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Old 08-18-2011, 09:21 PM   #10
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Uh Oh, don't tell me, the same company that makes Pedders Bushings makes these as well?. First coilovers, now this.
We stock and sell BC Racing coil overs. BCR does not manufacture bushings.

There are only a couple of manufacturers of bushings in the world. The Whiteline brand is the "house brand" for one of the largest bushing manufacturers in the world.

We at Whiteside have made it our mission to source out the best products at the best prices we can find. This means, in a lot of cases, bypassing normal distributor routes and going straight to the source.

What does this mean for you? The highest quality parts in the business at prices that simply cannot be beat.

Just like Whiteline's motto, NO COMPRIMISE.
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Old 08-19-2011, 09:21 AM   #11
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Uh Oh, don't tell me, the same company that makes Pedders Bushings makes these as well?. First coilovers, now this.

I didn't have Mike installed mine until I was certain they were great bushings...
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Old 08-19-2011, 10:22 AM   #12
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I didn't have Mike installed mine until I was certain they were great bushings...
Are they the same as the pedders bushings? Even the material they are made of? How is the ride with these installed?
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I have the Whiteline cradle bushings, and I was hesitant to do it because of noise concerns. Well my car is still as quiet as it was before.
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Old 08-19-2011, 11:39 AM   #14
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Are they the same as the pedders bushings? Even the material they are made of? How is the ride with these installed?

I cannot comment on other companies products. I can tell these bushings offer a NO COMPROMISE approach to performance suspension. The durometer is consistent with "similar" products on the market.

They are made from high quality urethane. You will not notice any ride harshness with any of our bushings kits. You can and often do get some rear end noise transferred into the cabin when changing diff bushings. However it is very minor and can often not be heard when the radio is playing.

Kbui has our Super Street 2 with our BC Racing coilovers. For an honest opinion I would PM him. I can tell you that the ride on my personal vehicle with this same package is actually improved over factory.

Our goal is to improve on what the factory has given us. With the fact that GM delivered a pretty bada$$ car from the factory, we have to make sure our products are up to the challenge. At Whiteside our philosophy is simple. We WILL NOT sell a product we would not use on our own vehicles.

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Old 08-28-2011, 05:27 AM   #15
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Just installed the Whiteline rear cradle bushing this afternoon. Hardest part was pulling in the coil-overs while lowering and raising the cradle so they don't interfere with the lower control arm. Need to do this and concurrently line up the cradle with the chassis. Cutting out the bushings and prying off the lower washers was not too bad.
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Old 08-28-2011, 06:49 PM   #16
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Glad to see you got these installed Lionel. The install looks great!
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Old 08-28-2011, 09:13 PM   #17
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So far, rear seems more settled and planted under heavy throttle. Great info and EXCELLENT turn around time.
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Old 08-28-2011, 10:02 PM   #18
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So far, rear seems more settled and planted under heavy throttle. Great info and EXCELLENT turn around time.
What height jack stands did you need to use to have clearance to bring the whole rear out? Any realignment issues using the motorcycle jack to put it back up there? I'm pretty sure my jack is the same exact one. I didn't drop it for the bush install but eventually will need to for the fuel pump.
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Old 08-29-2011, 02:50 AM   #19
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What height jack stands did you need to use to have clearance to bring the whole rear out? Any realignment issues using the motorcycle jack to put it back up there? I'm pretty sure my jack is the same exact one. I didn't drop it for the bush install but eventually will need to for the fuel pump.
Took a gamble and it worked. Used HD 6-ton AC-Delco jack stands for rear on 1st tooth with 2x4 wood at unibody. Race Ramp 67" for fronts, 10" lift. Used the Craftsmen pro alum motorcycle jack. Eyeballed and went for it.

All I remember was front cradle washer was ~16" from floor. Couldn't use 3-prong with slide hammer. Mallet taps didn't work, but the pry bar did... Nothing I couldn't smooth out. Rear washer came out with a few mallet taps. Sub frame cleared rear defuser by ~1-2".

Alignment was tricky for one person. Getting the rear guides to line up did take some effort, but only a couple minutes. Pulling in the coilover so they clear the lower control arm stiffening plate on each side, while jacking up and maintaining alignment did require back and forth attention.
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Old 08-30-2011, 04:27 PM   #20
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Yeah the lower shock bolt was a pain. The 6 tons are basically truck stands so I guess that means I'll need to buy a set; only have 3 tons. Sounds like 20-21" is probably about right for total stand height to have that washer 16" up. The 3 tons only go up to 16 or 17" for most brands.
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Yeah the lower shock bolt was a pain. The 6 tons are basically truck stands so I guess that means I'll need to buy a set; only have 3 tons. Sounds like 20-21" is probably about right for total stand height to have that washer 16" up. The 3 tons only go up to 16 or 17" for most brands.
Since I used Race Ramps w/10" height and the jack stand was at the body mount lift points, the rear is angled up. The cut 2x4 wood piece helped raise the car and prevent denting the unibody lift points.

Bought my stands from Checkers/O'reilly, Sears discountinued the 6-ton truck stands. I used my regular jack stands to hold the rear calipers while cradle was out. Pad/caliper fit perfect around the jack stands using shop cloths.

Pretty easy, but time consuming.
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I have a question with respect to your street one kit. You are including caster washers for the fronts. But I believe these are for normal ZETA platforms and not the Camaro. I also believe the bolts are different a between the normal ZETA and the Camaro.
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I have a question with respect to your street one kit. You are including caster washers for the fronts. But I believe these are for normal ZETA platforms and not the Camaro. I also believe the bolts are different a between the normal ZETA and the Camaro.

You are correct. The bushings ship with the washers but are not used on the Camaro.
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