http://www.pozziracing.com/first_gen_suspension_geome.htmSeveral problems develop when you use drop spindles.
You can't fit some wide tires, the tie rod end winds up two inches lower in relation to the wheel so forget wide front rims.
Geometry stays stock which is not good on a Camaro.
Just trimming the springs to lower the car will put the geometry in a slightly better position as far as camber gain.
Try it for yourself:I've heard this statement many times and have always wondered. With no other modifications, how does cutting a coil off a spring stiffen it? This makes no sense to me.