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SC&C Black Friday-Cyber Monday Sale!

From 11/28 to 12/2 get Savings and Free swag on all SC&C NEW AND FEATURED products shown at the bottom our Homepage! – Items and packages up to $4000 are 10% OFF and come with a Free orange or gray SC&C T-shirt. – Items or packages $4000 or more are 5% off and come with […]

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Varishock Delrin Pivot ball Coil Overs!

Varishock Delrin Pivot-Ball Coil Over Technology – The Bar Has Been Raised ! Coil overs were originally designed for race cars, not street cars. So it`s no surprise that issues with noise, ride harshness, high maintenance and poor long term durability are often associated with street use and coil over conversion kits for our classic […]

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TCP Mustang Weld In Front Clip – Raising the bar.

The classic Mustang chassis presents some unique challenges in terms of updating its suspension. The factory configuration has issues with camber gain, roll center height and migration, and bump steer, to name a few. The traditional fix has been with new parts that bolt into the existing factory structures. We can make some pretty impressive […]

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SPC lower A arms – Setting Ride Height

SPC Lower A Arm Ride Height Adjustment SPC Lower A arms have a modular lower spring seats that allow ride height adjustments to be made while using standard format springs. Various combinations of spacers and seats will yield different ride heights. -All of the ride height numbers below are in reference to the lower A […]

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Muscle car suspension, Dirt Simple Basics 1

It seems like everyone`s talking about performance suspension lately. There are plenty of cool looking parts and references about improved geometry and improved cornering etc. But what does it all mean? What`s improved geometry and why should you care? What`s wrong with the cars in the first place that anything needs to be “improved”? Well, […]

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NEW Chassisworks Improved Geometry Billet-Aluminum Tall Spindle !

There’s a new option in the tall spindle market, and it’s got some awesome and unique features! The New Chassisworks Improved Geometry Billet Aluminum Tall Spindles are the ultimate evolution of the OE format. Their +1.5″ tall spindle format corrects the backward factory camber curves, and raises and stabilizes the low/unstable factory roll center, for […]

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Introducing SC&C StreetComp Brakes by Baer!

Today clients are pushing their cars harder than ever before and they`re all looking for an edge, both on the street and at the track. With that in mind we`ve worked with Baer to tweak their most popular systems to give our clients that edge! Even with their markedly improved performance these systems retain OE […]

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TCP Mustang Weld In Front Clip – Raising the bar.

The classic Mustang chassis presents some unique challenges in terms of updating its suspension. The factory configuration has issues with camber gain, roll center height and migration, and bump steer, to name a few. The traditional fix has been with new parts that bolt into the existing factory structures. We can make some pretty impressive […]

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SC&C Race Suspension Package AFX-R !!!

Most of the clients we speak to are building high performance street cars. They love the classic style of muscle cars but they want the handling, ride and drivability of a modern performance car like a 5 Series BMW, new SS Camaro or Mustang GT. So naturally our Touring, Touring Plus and AFX-Performance packages address […]

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The Truth About “One Manufacturer Kits”

I see comments all the time on internet forums telling folks to buy a whole suspension kit for their car from one retailer “so all the parts match and work together”. Well, they`re right in one respect, you certainly DO want all of your parts to work well together on the car, BUT that has […]

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NEW! SC&C GM A BODY HD CHASSIS BRACES!!!

We`ve been working on these on and off for about 10 years. Our G body HD chassis braces have been a popular upgrade for those cars for 15 years but the huge amount of variation in A body frames posed a real design challenge. Finally though, they`re here! We have separate braces for `64-`67 and […]

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Product Spotlight! Varishock SS Factory Valved Shocks

Varishock SS factory valved, bolt in shocks are here! For many years muscle cars owners have had to choose between inadequate stock replacement type shocks, outdated vintage performance steel body shocks, or expensive aluminum body adjustable racing shocks many of which are also old outdated designs. Now there is another option. Years of street and […]

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Ray Lloyd’s `69 Firebird at the USCA event at Laguna Seca – Ride Along !!

Thanks to Ray for sending us this great video! This way Ray`s very first time at a track event. He ran the car in street trim, no hardcore race settings. He finished 8th in the Autocross and 10th in the speed stop events. A darn good showing for a 1st time competitor! For the record […]

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What`s the Deal with A arms?

We get a LOT of calls asking about various different A arms and which one is “best”. We also get a LOT of calls from people who bought A arms without doing their homework and now have some alignment, travel and/ or fitment issues. So how do you know which A arms are “best” for […]

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30 Years of SC&C !!!

It`s hard to believe it has been 30 years since we opened Savitske Automotive in Coopersburg, PA. back in 1984. Our backgrounds in things as eclectic as injected fuel funny car, SCCA GT1, hot rods and off road racing lead us to three decades of everything from engine swaps to chassis fabrication and development, building […]

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NEW PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT – BODY MOUNT ISOLATORS for use with Aluminum Body Mounts

SC&C is pleased to announce a new product: BODY MOUNT ISOLATORS These thin, but super tough reinforced rubber isolators are designed to cut down on NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) when using aluminum body mounts. We have kits for 1st gen F bodies (Camaro/Firebird), A bodies (both `64-`67 and `68-`72), as well as G bodies.

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NEW PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT – CURRIE JOHNNY JOINT KIT for GM REAR AXLE HOUSINGS

Now Available for GM rear axle housings – A body and G body Finally an upgrade for the upper axle side of the “GM Bind-o-matic” 4 link rear suspension! It`s become common knowledge in recent years that for these cars to ride and perform at their best the rear suspension has to operate with an […]

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NEW PRODUCT SHOWCASE – Chassisworks New Complete gStreet Frame System for 1967-1969 Camaro/Firebird

INTRODUCED AT SEMA !! More Information at https://www.cachassisworks.com/Attachments/DataSheets/CamaroFrame_DS_WEB… Trust Us – You Want to Click on This Link !!

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NEW SPC A arms with Delrin bushings and 4130 Chrome Moly cross shafts!

For years you guys have been asking for greasable Delrin bushings in SPC`s adjustable upper A arms. Now you`ve got `em! These next generation parts are now standard in all of our SC&C suspension packages that use SPC A arms. The greased delrin bushings have outstanding performance, durability and unlike poly bushings don`t bind or squeak! Their […]

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SC&C Suspension Solutions!

Performance Suspension is hot, but with the huge array of choices, how do you know what to buy?!  Which parts are bling, and which ones yield Real Performance? Maybe you plan to spend time at the drag strip, or do track time on road courses with Porsches and Corvettes, or maybe your`re building a new everyday driver. Certain suspension systems […]

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SPC lower A arms – Setting Ride Height

SPC Lower A Arm Ride Height Adjustment SPC Lower A arms have a modular lower spring seats that allow ride height adjustments to be made while using standard format springs. Various combinations of spacers and seats will yield different ride heights. -All of the ride height numbers below are in reference to the lower A […]

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Muscle car suspension, Dirt Simple Basics 1

It seems like everyone`s talking about performance suspension lately. There are plenty of cool looking parts and references about improved geometry and improved cornering etc. But what does it all mean? What`s improved geometry and why should you care? What`s wrong with the cars in the first place that anything needs to be “improved”? Well, […]

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Street Comp-AFX El Camino “Rosie” Video

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