Through the Floor Subframe Connectors
Ok so I have decided to do this on my 93 convertible street car. I have read every thread on this I could find. Gonna be making around 700hp and I do not want to twist the chassis.
It currently has no engine/tranny and I am in the middle of installing full mm suspension. I have the K member, tokico d spec coilovers in front, stock location spring and shock in the back, HD Torque arm, Panhard bar, Extreme LCA's, Full length subframe connectors. Almost completely installed now just waiting on steering rack bushings.
I do not have the engine and wont have one for another month. The interior is stripped so I want to do the subframe connectors now.
One of my problems I have is I think the chassis is already tweaked from hard launches from previous owner. I have the car level front to back but when I put the level on the rad support it is way off compared to the floor.
I am thinking once it is back on all four wheels to take it and get the frame checked to see if it is straight but there will not be an engine/tranny in it. Will this cause a problem?
My next question is would it be a good idea to do the through the floor subframe connectors with no engine or tranny and just supporting the car on blocks under the tires or on jack stands under the a arms and axle?
One more question: Would adding a mm bolt in rollbar be a good idea or just get one built?