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    New SPOHN suspension/Chassis products

    Spohn has released many new components for the 2010 Camaro, I am adding them to the website so please check with me if you do not see it.

    Thanks!

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    Good to see the aftermarket is going to be great for the new Camaro.

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    I have heard nothing but bad stuff about spohn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camaroking1996 View Post
    I have heard nothing but bad stuff about spohn
    Seriously?

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    yes. But i didnt notice this was in the 5th gen section so im sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camaroking1996 View Post
    yes. But i didnt notice this was in the 5th gen section so im sorry.
    That's few and far between but everyone has an opinion. I have run Spohn Suspension parts in my own cars for YEARS and enjoyed every minute of them.
    Did notice today that for the 5th gens, that Weld Racing for their RTS wheel packages recommend SPOHN for the trailing arms.

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    Their trailing arms still hit, They have to be modified (grinded) due to the backspacing of the weld wheels. Just throwing that out there for future customers
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    Reminds me of the V1 CTS V, nothing worked that well once you got away from stock, lots of people tried but still had issues in places.

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