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Thread: How to beef up a 67 Camaro chasis

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    How to beef up a 67 Camaro chasis

    Now that I've got my bbc figured out, I would like to know what I need to do to strengthen my frame. I'm putting 1200 house to basically a stock frame. It has a ladder but thats about it.

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    Frame ties for sure and down bars in the front at the very least.

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    The frame is tied. I forgot to mention that. Anything else that stands out?

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    Front and rear motor plates, front tied to the down bars and frame.

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    frame

    i would not just have only frame connectors if you are running 1200 horsepower ( house), you need a roll bar or your doors will not shut and the seam in the body will start to crack, i dont agree on motor plates or mid plates at least not till you first stiffen the chassis as this chassis is going to really flex with that power

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