Anyone running tubular A-arms on their street-strip cars? Who makes the best fitting/working A-arms for these 4th Gen Novas?
I'm not up on current pricing, but at the time I bought my set-up I think the uppers were around $400, the lowers just shy of $600, and the coilovers another $500, so you're looking at about $1500 total. You can save a little money by going with traditional shocks and springs, but if you're going to all that trouble coilovers are a huge upgrade and well worth it, IMO. You can adjust both ride height and shock rebound, a nice bonus.What the cost is, was my next question. If either of you gents can post some pics it would be great. My car isnt going to be a strip only car, I do like to drive the thing around town, but it WILL see some strip time.