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    Umm...What? (mind)KiLLeR's Avatar
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    pretty stupid idea...but you HAVE to read it...

    Alright, ya'll know I'm the member without an S-Series :D

    Anyways, I want to bag the front end of my Camaro, After of course the turbo'ed 350, tranny, rear end, various body mods, etc.

    But, I want to be able to raise it slightly, so I dont scrape the front end pulling out of the driveway, turning onto the main street, parking, about everywhere (i have a bra on it..and the underside of the front end is bare...dug through the primer in a few spots). Is this a good idea? I also want to be able to drop it as low as possible for drag races...and that really gay look with the front end WAY in the air :bigthumb:

    How hard would this be? What equipment do you prefer? How much? etc?

    Thanks guys.
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    not sure if thers any type of bolt on kit for your car but you would need something like this:

    this is a test of the sig

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    Airlift makes a kit for your Camaro (if you have a '90 like your profile states)...the part numbers are 75516 and 75616. The front kit runs $350 and the rear kit runs $295. Then you would need a compressor/tank/valves/lines/etc...

    For more info:
    http://www.airliftcompany.com

    Then go to their Easystreet pages, and look for their available systems.

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    Dosen't it have s10 front suspension? Or was that el caminos. I dunno.
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    It's different than the S-10... however I believe (never checked but they look the part) that the lower controls are actually the same...

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    Umm...What? (mind)KiLLeR's Avatar
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    Thanks guys, and yes, i do have a 90, like my profile states.
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    Toy - 2004 Pontiac GTO 1 of 323 *too much power for a purple car*
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    I'm pretty sure that the lower control arms are different on the camaro's...

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    this doesnt have much to do with this topic but ive read somewhere you can can use camaro spindles on an s10 and it will lower it 2 inches. anyone else ever hear anything like this b4?
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    Yeah. Thats what I thought too.
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