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Does a Camaro have shocks or struts?

Does a Camaro have shocks or struts?

Chevrolet Camaro Suspension Shock or Strut Assembly Replacement Cost Estimate. The average cost for a Chevrolet Camaro suspension shock or strut assembly replacement is between $505 and $560. Labor costs are estimated between $211 and $266 while parts are priced at $294.

What kind of suspension does a Chevy Camaro have?

As with many first-year vehicles, not all the bugs had been worked out of the platform, and the Camaro had rear suspension problems. The rear suspension was comprised of two single-leaf springs and two shock absorbers, which Chevrolet called the “mono-plates.” These springs have been commonly referred to as “mono-leaf” rear springs.

What kind of springs do Chevy Camaros use?

Chevrolet also started offering multi-leaf rear leaf springs on higher-powered V-8 models (SS and Z28). The additional leaves in the springs helped reduce wind-up. The mono-leaf rear springs were still used in L6 and lower-output V-8 Camaros.

Where are the shock absorbers on a Camaro?

To make matters worse, both rear shock absorbers were located in front of the rear axle, which was a poor location. Consequently, under hard acceleration, V-8 Camaros experienced severe wheel hop because both rear shocks rebounded and compressed on the same arc while the rear mono-leaf wrapped-up.

What makes a Gen 5 Chevy Camaro performance?

Better still, all of Chevrolet Performance’s Gen 5 Camaro components are the factory-engineered and validated components used on the production models, so you know they’ll fit, perform and hold up with the confidence you can’t get with other aftermarket parts.

What kind of suspension system does Camaro Z / 28 have?

NOTE: Does not void warranty. The Z/28 is the first high-volume production road car to employ racing-derived DSSV ® (Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve) damper technology from Multimatic.™ The dampers rely upon a pair of self-piloted spool valves to control fluid through tuned port shapes rather than conventional deflected disc dampers.

What do I need to upgrade my Camaro’s suspension?

Upgrade your V-6 or SS Camaro’s suspension with the same parts used in the 1LE Track Pack. This kit features a stiffer 27mm solid front stabilizer bar and a 28mm solid rear stabilizer bar for improved body control in cornering. The front struts were redesigned with improved damping curves for more body control and quicker response times.

What kind of performance does a Chevy Camaro have?

Chevrolet Performance has worked to make the most-popular performance parts from the hottest models available to all Camaro enthusiasts, giving Camaro V-6 and SS owners the tools to build strong pulling, harder-cornering and quicker-stopping performance on the street or track.

When did the Chevrolet Camaro Z / 28 come out?

The name Z/28 will be forever linked with the Chevrolet Camaro. In reality, it was a simple three digit, alphanumeric GM sales code for a “Special Performance Package” that was introduced in December 1966.

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Ruth Doyle