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GtoGuy32 Posted - 01 Jan 2018 : 7:37:02 PM
Hey Guys,

I have been pretty pre-occupied the last 6 months or so with a home renovation and welcoming my first child into the world. Being a dad is great.

Now for the topic. I decided to redo my rear suspension setup in my 69 GTO.

The car has currently run a best 60' of 1.66 and 11.10 @ 127 mph. The car is powered by a IA2 Aluminum blocked 505, 350 cfm E-heads, mild solid roller, etc.

The car weights 3550 lbs without me in it.

I decided to go with an HR Parts N Stuff Anti-Roll Bar, 1/4" longer boxed control arms, his adjustable upper control arms and got the extreme bearings which consist of polyurethane and spherical bearings.

Has anyone else run these parts? I also looked at BMR, but have seen, first hand, guys running HRP components at my local track and their time slips speak for themselves.

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