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82-92 Camaro / Firebird Bolt On Sub Frame Connectors


Designed to be 100% bolt on for your 82-92 Camaro / Firebird coupe (does not fit convertible), this kit requires no welding and can be installed using hand tools. This kit also clears all stock exhaust components while closely following the floor pan contour assuring you a close fit and maximum ground clearance. This is the only kit on the market which ties the subframes, rockers and floor pan into one assembly! The included crossmember features a mount for SW adjustable torque arm which can be purchased separately and installed along with the subframe connectors and crossmember, or you can retain your O.E.M.torque arm and mount. The connectors and crossmember are fabricated from 1-1/2 x .120 wall steel tubing and feature waterjet cut brackets for exact fit. These components are hand assembled on a custom welding fixture and MIG welded for high strength and ease of installation. All of the above components are powder coated black for a long lasting, durable and attractive finish.

40-600 2 of 3 instructions 40-600 3 of 3 instructions 40-600 1 of 3 instructions


Weight 79 lbs
Dimensions 40 × 8 × 2 in

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  • does this kit mount with a shorty torque arm or stock?

    It was made for our torque arm which is shorter than the factory . It will not work the factory one. Not sure about other manufacturers

    Question by : Camaro1989 on May 29, 2020 03:49:11 PM
  • I have to admit I\'m on the fence about these subframe connectors. I like the general design along with the safety loop and ability to mount your torque arm but am wondering about the overall rigidity of the setup once in place. I\'m building an 84 hard top for strip (and limited street use) with a goal of 10.90s. (I would assume at that level I\'d want to also weld them in) Would you recommend these or a boxed style connector welded in all the way down?

    These frame connectors are strong for racing applications and stay under the floor. They are made to bolt-in, but we usually weld them to give it even more strength. You can use a piece of 2 x 3 box tubing instead, but usually you'll need to slice the floor, weld the 2 x 3 in, and weld the floor to it.

    Question by : Andrew on Aug 7, 2020 11:26:06 AM
  • Does the front mount to the same location as the stock transmission cross member or do you drill holes to mount it? Also for the rear does it mount on the LCA brackets or does it require you drill into the frame boxes?

    The kit is jig made to attach to factory mounting points. However, you still may need to do minor modifications depending on normal body twisting after the vehicle left the factory

    Question by : Joseph on Jan 24, 2021 04:59:19 PM
  • What torque arm would I need to purchase from you guys for this set up I\'ve been on the site and see 3 different ones this is going on a 92 firebird

    The torque arm will pend on you rear housing. The factory rear housing would use 40-601

    Question by : Jdtrego on Aug 4, 2021 08:44:06 AM

Vehicle Make and Model

Make and model of vehicles this part fits

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
1982 - 1992 Chevrolet Camaro
1982 - 1992 Pontiac Firebird

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