510-402002-N - aFe PFADT Suspension Package - Stage 1


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Part #: 510-402002-N
Notes: aFe Control Series Stage-1 Suspension Package
1.25in Front Drop/1.5in Rear Drop on Non-MRC models
Incl. 35 mm Front Bar/32 mm Rear Bar/Bushing Brackets/Polyurethane Bushing
MSRP: $1,118.75
Your Price: $877.76

Specs

Bushing Material Polyurethane
Bushings Included Yes
Material Steel
Mounting Hardware Included Yes
Position Front and Rear

All Fitments

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Product Description

aFe Control is proud to introduce the Johnny O’Connell Stage 1 Package for the 1997-2013 Chevrolet C5/C6 Corvette. Tuned by legendary 4 time Le Mans winner, Johnny O’Connell , this package features sway bars and shocks designed to provide your Corvette with racecar level road holding ability, and the street-ability you would expect from your daily driver. The 4130 Chromoly tubular sway bars, include polyurethane bushings, heavy duty end links, and come in Johnny O’s signature yellow. The rear bar is 3 way adjustable, allowing for fine tuning the suspension. Perfectly matched to the Johnny O’Connell shock absorbers, the Johnny O’Connell stage 1 Package will make for a complete transformation in your C5/C6 Corvette’s performance, offering flatter, faster cornering, and added car control. Perfectly balanced, aFe products will have your Corvette handling just as good at the track as it will around town.

Tuned by Johnny O’Connell:
These shocks are a bolt-on solution for your Corvette and are tuned by Johnny O’Connell to the exact specifications needed for a perfect balance between performance and smooth ride.

O.E Style Fitment:
All O.E. mounting points have been retained for durability and a hassle-free installation.

Revised Damping Curve:
The damping curve has been completely revised, removing the harsh, high speed ride characteristics associated with OEM dampers, while offering increased “platform” to keep the car planted in turns or transition inputs like slalom or road courses.