This time around, we’ll examine AFCO’s coil-over conversion kits for vintage GM cars and also provide you with some firsthand info on how to make the shocks fit.
If you’re a seasoned racer, you know the crushing feeling when the oil pan and the headers become flattened.
Double adjustable shocks such as the AFCO permit you to fine tune the valving requirements externally. The following is a look, up close, at how the shocks work and how they’re adjusted.
There is a simple truth in making a fast street car or any other small tire car work on the drag strip: Shock absorbers are the key.
Last issue, we began our look at coil springs – both conventional jobs and coil over examples. There’s a lot more to cover and we’ll complete the series with this segment.
This 1990 Ford Mustang hatchback looks to be a great candidate for some big power.