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Unread 05-07-2011, 10:55 AM
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Default Roadster Shop Fast Track IRS

Introducing the all new Roadster Shop Fast Track Independent Rear Suspension.

The first performance based IRS designed specifically for pro-touring and performance muscle cars.

Currently available in all Roadster Shop Chassis, universal back half kit, and weld in crossmember assembly.









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Man that is sexy!

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wow that is truly amazing and looks incredible ....I guess we will have to have one of those next...
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As always from you guys - looks killer!
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Thats awesome. Well done!
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Very nice looking stuff. IS that a 9" ford center section?
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Man that is slick! Any info on hp ratings?
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Most impressive! Have you guys done some testing, Test car? WOW! Beautiful work, I got to have one for my 65 gto project.

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wow that is truly amazing and looks incredible ....I guess we will have to have one of those next...
Its not too late to put one under that Mustang!

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Very nice looking stuff. IS that a 9" ford center section?
Yes, it is an aluminum 9" Ford center, C6 Vette Spindles, fabricated control arms.

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Man that is slick! Any info on hp ratings?
We are going to offer 3 configurations based on the axles and CV rating. 600 HP, 1,000 HP, and 1,400 HP. Ford 9" center sections can be built accordingly. The stub axles are 31 spline or 35 spline. There are not a lot of options currently for the 35 spline in a street application, but several companies are developing a tru-trac type posi for a 35 spline axle that should be out by the end of summer.

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Most impressive! Have you guys done some testing, Test car? WOW! Beautiful work, I got to have one for my 65 gto project.

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We have not done any real world testing just yet, but have spent a solid 6 months of time on the computer going through suspension analyzing software. Two of the first production units are currently going under test cars that will be on the road very shortly. We are installing a chassis under a 66 Chevelle for a customer, and building a test car for ourselves. We currently have the IRS in both 64-67 and 68-72 Chevelle (and GTO) chassis as well as 1st and 2nd gen Camaro Chassis, and Challenger/Cuda Chassis. Mustang chassis are next on our drawing board to incorporate the IRS into.
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