The new Hotchkis Total Vehicle System for 1966-1969 Charger, Coronet, Road Runner muscle cars is the easiest and most effective way to give your Mopar incredible sports car handling. Engineered as a tuned performance system, the TVS kit will reduce body roll, dramatically improve handling and create incredible driver control for a more enjoyable driving experience. Balanced handling is achieved using geometry corrected upper control arms, adjustable strut rods, adjustable steering rods, front and rear sport sway bars, geometry corrected rear leaf springs, and sub frame connectors. The Hotchkis TVS works with your stock K-member, preserving the soul of your Mopar. While infusing it with incredible, heart-pounding Viper handling.
• Provides modern sports car handling for classic Mopar muscle cars.
• Dramatically improves steering and chassis response
• Increases stability, improves traction, reduces body roll by increasing front/rear roll stiffness
• Easy installation with minor welding involved.
• Tuned, balanced system for optimum handling.
# 1110 Geometry Corrected Tubular Control Arms
#14366 Adjustable Strut Rods
#16366 Adjustable Steering Rods
#2255 Lightweight, Durable 1 3/8" Tubular Front Bar, Adjustable 1" Tubular Rear Bar
#24366 Geometry Corrected Leaf Springs
#4010 Sub Frame Connectors
Note: Leaf springs pictured do not represent actual springs. Hotchkis' final design incorporates 3 leafs for a lighter design. Want to learn more? Check out our FAQ Page.
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