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Old 10-02-2012, 11:16 AM   #1
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Suspension Q & A

So I was going to just a start a post about a couple questions that I have concerning suspension mods but I feel that instead of having a bunch of threads to look for, maybe we can have a mini wiki thread dedicated to answering general questions about suspension mods for non technical people such as myself.

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Anyway, first questions.

I was surprised by how relatively cheap sway bars are and was looking into the hotchkins F/R bars. However, I noticed they don't come with end links and I see a lot of posts saying that as long as you're replacing the bars may as well do the end links too. I don't race, my car is my daily. I would maybe one day like to take my car to a drag strip but there aren't any nearby. I am also considering just getting a rear bar only as I have seen that rear only vs RF is a better/best situation.

My question then is, what do the end links provide that the oem ones do not? And, for daily do I really need to do R/F or will I feel a big enough difference with just rear?
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Old 10-02-2012, 11:46 AM   #2
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So I was going to just a start a post about a couple questions that I have concerning suspension mods but I feel that instead of having a bunch of threads to look for, maybe we can have a mini wiki thread dedicated to answering general questions about suspension mods for non technical people such as myself.

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I was surprised by how relatively cheap sway bars are and was looking into the hotchkins F/R bars. However, I noticed they don't come with end links and I see a lot of posts saying that as long as you're replacing the bars may as well do the end links too. I don't race, my car is my daily. I would maybe one day like to take my car to a drag strip but there aren't any nearby. I am also considering just getting a rear bar only as I have seen that rear only vs RF is a better/best situation.

My question then is, what do the end links provide that the oem ones do not? And, for daily do I really need to do R/F or will I feel a big enough difference with just rear?
The major problem with the OEM end links on the 2010-11 cars is that they are only designed to handle the stock bars. They just aren't very robust. Many people early on with daily drivers have bent an OEM link hitting bumps on the road with bigger bars.
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The rear makes the biggest difference, but it doesn't hurt to do the front as well. That and it's cheaper to buy them both then buy them separately.

The OEM end links are pretty shoddy. A number of people have found that using the OEM end links with an aftermarket (stiffer) away bar causes the end link to tear out of the bracket.
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Old 10-02-2012, 11:52 AM   #4
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Well...that answers my questions. Sway bars and end links for Christmas!
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Old 10-02-2012, 12:30 PM   #5
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How do I request for this to become a sticky thread?
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If your thread is going to become a sticky more people will have to contribute a lot more information. A great deal of what you're looking for is already available on C5, but lost in the thousands of technical threads. We have a book about the 5th Gen here on C5. This is the index. I hope you find it useful.

Pedders 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Suspension Evaluation

Foundational 5th Gen Required Upgrades

Lowering Coils and Coilovers

Trouble Free, OEM Quiet V6 Lowering

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Right, that's why I'm hoping this thread catches on and can become a general Q&A for suspension. We'll see how it goes. Thanks for the book!
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So after reading a bit of the book from above I feel like I learned some stuff, I also have more questions now lol.

Before I start with sway bars should I start at the foundation with bushings? If so which bushings should I go with? It seems that there are a dozen or so different bushings and hundreds of different places to tweak the suspension and while all would be beneficial I'm sure, which are the recommended ones for just a more responsive, better handling daily driver? Also, living in FL I do not want to sacrifice anything that would affect grip (i.e. I wouldn't set my front sway bar to softest and my rear to hardest because of the rain).
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Since your a v6, I'd look into the Pedders Street 1 Package. That's for the subframe bushing inserts. You shouldn't need to do very many other bushings in a daily. It's for the v8 big power guys that other bushing replacements will make sense
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Ok, I checked out the pedders street 1 kit and am leaning to it. But to leave doubts aside, is there any reason to choose the street 1 kit over the BMR street kit (BK20)? They both have the same inserts for the rear, the BMR has differential bushings for wheel hop but not front end inserts like pedders, while pedders has no dif bushings. Pros and cons people? i hope one day I know enough to help someone else out in this, lol.
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Differential bushings won't really help with wheel hop, they are more to prevent the diff from moving around while under heavy load. It's the same concept as replacing your OEM engine mounts with solid ones.
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Differential bushings won't really help with wheel hop, they are more to prevent the diff from moving around while under heavy load. It's the same concept as replacing your OEM engine mounts with solid ones.
My mistake, that's just what I've been reading around some threads. Ok, and minimizing the movement will allow for consistent transfer of power to the wheels but will also increase cabin noise?
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My mistake, that's just what I've been reading around some threads. Ok, and minimizing the movement will allow for consistent transfer of power to the wheels but will also increase cabin noise?
I didn't really notice any increased noise after I had mine installed
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Alright, cool. Looks like going with the BMR BK020 package seems pretty comparable to the pedders street 1 package at a lower price. Are there any advantages over having dif bushings compared to the radius bushings or vice versa?
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Alright, cool. Looks like going with the BMR BK020 package seems pretty comparable to the pedders street 1 package at a lower price. Are there any advantages over having dif bushings compared to the radius bushings or vice versa?
Radius bushings will tighten up the steering and make it feel a lot more responsive. Diff bushings you don't really notice anything, or at least I didn't.
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So after reading a bit of the book from above I feel like I learned some stuff, I also have more questions now lol.

Before I start with sway bars should I start at the foundation with bushings? If so which bushings should I go with? It seems that there are a dozen or so different bushings and hundreds of different places to tweak the suspension and while all would be beneficial I'm sure, which are the recommended ones for just a more responsive, better handling daily driver? Also, living in FL I do not want to sacrifice anything that would affect grip (i.e. I wouldn't set my front sway bar to softest and my rear to hardest because of the rain).
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Ok, I checked out the pedders street 1 kit and am leaning to it. But to leave doubts aside, is there any reason to choose the street 1 kit over the BMR street kit (BK20)? They both have the same inserts for the rear, the BMR has differential bushings for wheel hop but not front end inserts like pedders, while pedders has no dif bushings. Pros and cons people? i hope one day I know enough to help someone else out in this, lol.
Other than the fact that our parts fit, perform as presented with my personal money back guarantee....

Differential bushes are not foundational in a 5th Gen, especially a 6. Sub-frame and radius bushes are the low hanging fruit for instant improvement and most essential to all future upgrades.

Why do people choose Pedders when other similar products are in the market is a fair question. My straight up answer may get me in trouble.

No one has done the testing and development work on a 5th Gen Camaro that Pedders has. At the 2009 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational following SEMA a number of brand-x suspension 5th gens ran. Not a single one came close to the Pedders Camaro. We posted everything we had done to the car and explained the how and why of it. That is how the 5th Gen Book began. We gave everyone on the forum all the information on our car. Not a single one came close to us.

We ran again last year. We tacked on more than 2 second to the gap on the road course.

This year we have run more OPTIMA Qualifying Events than I care to remember. The results did not change.

The three fastest IRS 5th Gen Drag cars are all on Pedders Supercars or built to Lingenfelter specification Drag Coilovers.

The best part of our development is that we share our information with you and tell you how to do it. Have a problem with a Pedders product, we take care of you. Have a question, we answer it. How do our clients feel about Pedders? here is some recent feedback.

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It wasn't 10 seconds later, when Justice Pete himself answered the phone to field my question. Not gonna lie... I was kinda star-struck, and probably sounded like a 14 year girl meeting Justin Bieber. I was just so impressed that Pete himself would take time out of his busy day creating world-class suspension systems to answer a simple question from one of the lowly, half-drunk, forum trolls; such as myself.

I know first hand what an amazing product Pedders produces, and I've read numerous times about how great their customer service is, but I just wanted to add in my own account of how great they really are.

If you're up in the air about your next suspension upgrade, from everything from parts to service, Pedders will exceed your expectations.



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Haha, damn you Justice Pete for a seller plugin. It worked! Alright my philosophy for my car is this... unless there is no good reason for a price difference, if I am worrying about shaving a couple bucks here or there I shouldn't be buying the part or should shut up and pay extra because most times you get what you pay for.

Because I have seen many testimonials and your book has given me a lot of knowledge about my car, not to mention your proven track record (oh that was puntastic) I see no reason why not to go with your product. It also helps that your parts are GMPP backed. Expect a call from me in December (my fiance wants an interchangeable lens camera, I feel this is reasonable lol)!
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Haha, damn you Justice Pete for a seller plugin. It worked! Alright my philosophy for my car is this... unless there is no good reason for a price difference, if I am worrying about shaving a couple bucks here or there I shouldn't be buying the part or should shut up and pay extra because most times you get what you pay for.

Because I have seen many testimonials and your book has given me a lot of knowledge about my car, not to mention your proven track record (oh that was puntastic) I see no reason why not to go with your product. It also helps that your parts are GMPP backed. Expect a call from me in December (my fiance wants an interchangeable lens camera, I feel this is reasonable lol)!
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Haha, damn you Justice Pete for a seller plugin. It worked! Alright my philosophy for my car is this... unless there is no good reason for a price difference, if I am worrying about shaving a couple bucks here or there I shouldn't be buying the part or should shut up and pay extra because most times you get what you pay for.

Because I have seen many testimonials and your book has given me a lot of knowledge about my car, not to mention your proven track record (oh that was puntastic) I see no reason why not to go with your product. It also helps that your parts are GMPP backed. Expect a call from me in December (my fiance wants an interchangeable lens camera, I feel this is reasonable lol)!
Wait till around Christmas and Pete will hopefully do his Jingle Jangle Sale again. That's when I bought all my stuff.
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Wait till around Christmas and Pete will hopefully do his Jingle Jangle Sale again. That's when I bought all my stuff.
I cannot like this enough.
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I like the idea of xmas in October even better. Lets go "Jingle Jangle Sale"
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Alright, cool. Looks like going with the BMR BK020 package seems pretty comparable to the pedders street 1 package at a lower price. Are there any advantages over having dif bushings compared to the radius bushings or vice versa?
Here is a first hand experience why I would recommend you go Pedders vs BMR....which is the same design as the Energy Suspension inserts. IMO it's worth the extra money for Pedders.

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I like the idea of xmas in October even better. Lets go "Jingle Jangle Sale"
I must have been drinking eggnog when I created that

Unlike electronics we get hammered every year with higher petroleum and steel costs. We started an annual December Sale which was a courtesy to our clients and prospective clients. We raise prices January 1st so we announce the new pricing before Thanksgiving to allow buyers the opportunity to make their purchase prior to the price increase. This year we'll be increasing our prices about 4% across the board.

We may get in the holiday spirit, but it will not be rerun of last year's eggnog induced Christmas Story.

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I must have been drinking eggnog when I created that

Unlike electronics we get hammered every year with higher petroleum and steel costs. We started an annual December Sale which was a courtesy to our clients and prospective clients. We raise prices January 1st so we announce the new pricing before Thanksgiving to allow buyers the opportunity to make their purchase prior to the price increase. This year we'll be increasing our prices about 4% across the board.

We may get in the holiday spirit, but it will not be rerun of last year's eggnog induced Christmas Story.



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That was some awesome eggnog though
I'm going to send Pete some good eggnog because I need some stuff lol
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