Project C7 Corvette Stingray Z51: Suspension Upgrades


The front bar is threaded into the front subframe in the same way it came out. With the car on the lift, Howard gets it done.

The stiffer T1 bushings with the larger hole clamp in place of the stock parts.

The old OEM end links are reused with the new T1 bar. Like the rear links, they are stiff cast aluminum with non-compliant ball joints instead of soft rubber, so no issues there.

Next, the carbon fiber rear chassis braces are installed. The first step is to remove the stock aluminum bits. These simply unbolt.

The end attachment of the carbon braces only use one bolt, but they are still stiffer and lighter than the aluminum stock brace.

The carbon parts simply bolt right in place of the stock parts.


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