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Old 05-14-2012, 02:50 PM
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Default FAST TRACK 1958-64 Impala Chassis

We are proud to introduce another performance option to our existing chassis lineup: The 1958-64 Impala FAST TRACK chassis.

This is also the latest FAST TRACK chassis is which we offer our tried and tested IRS setup for the ultimate in handling and ride quality.

Standard Features Include:


RS Fast Track Front Suspension utilizing proprietary geometry
C6 Corvette spindle and Z06 hub assembly
Adjustable Afco billet coilovers
1.25" splined front sway bar with C6 Corvette end links
Custom fabricated, fully boxed, 10 gage frame rails
Utilizes all stock body mounting locations, bumper and core support mounts
Lowered ride height
Engine mounts for SBC, BBC, or optional LS Motors
Custom center crossmember with adjustable, drop out trans mount
Mid brace crossmember with exhaust ports for up to 3" exhaust
HD Ford 9" housing with 31 spline axles
Large diameter triangulated 4-bar rear suspension
Adjustable Afco billet coilovers

For a full list of all options and pricing, click HERE






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Old 05-14-2012, 05:41 PM
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Cool to see this level of product for us Impala guys!
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That is nice!

How much floor modifications do you have to do?
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The chassis is a relatively easy install under the car with minimal body/floor modifications. With the 9" rear end, the only mod that you have to make is a small channel in the rear passenger footwell for the frame rails to pass through. The picture below is in the early mock up stages of the chassis design. The green boxes show the area that needs to be modified.



With the IRS, there will need to be some minor modification to the corners of the trunk well to allow for the narrowed frame rails.
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How big a wheel can you get on the back? I'm looking forward to getting this chassis for my 1960 Pontiac.

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