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1986 CHEVROLET CAPRICE QA1 Pro Coilover Systems GS507-09550D

QA1 GS507-09550D - QA1 Pro Coilover Systems

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Love the product, what is the correct Coil-Over Spanner wrench for this Model

Asked by Customer on July 11, 2018

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QA1 P/N T114W or P/N T115W will work with this coil-over kit.

QA1 QA1 Answer - August 01, 2018

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I used an adjustable C spanner wrench it works great.

BRIAN V from MN answered on July 11, 2018

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Will these fit stock lower control arms

Asked by MICHAEL on March 06, 2017

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Hi Michael - Yes These will absolutely fit stock control arms. These are a direct bolt-in that requires no cutting and welding.

QA1 QA1 Answer - March 06, 2017

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ERNEST C from FL answered on March 06, 2017

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I have a 1966 impala with 2 inch drop spindles like the height will I be able to put in with 2 inch drop spindles and my stock a arms and still be able to keep height has a 396 motor that's why I picked 550 instead of 440 want simple as possible also what coil over number for back if I choose so

Asked by RICHARD on October 16, 2018

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The combination of the coil-over shocks and the drop spindles will give you a ride height range of 2" to 4" below stock ride height. If you want to maintain the current ride height you should use stock height spindles along with the coil-over kit. The coil-over kit by itself is designed for stock ride height with the ability to lower the front of the car about 2".

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I have a 64 impala and was wanting to go to the QA1 507 coil overs spring set up. The front of the car weighs 2194# the suggested spring rate was a 550. If I would go with a spring rate of 650 would that help with the body roll. I prefer a firm ride.
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Asked by RICHARD on August 17, 2018

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Richard - Generally speaking, yes, a stiffer spring would help with body roll (reduce it). However, the tradeoff is a more firm ride. A trick you may try is to stiffen the valving of the shocks - both in compression and rebound to help limit body roll, too. Thanks!

QA1 QA1 Answer - August 22, 2018

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I have a 1962 impala with 350 engine . Putting new control arm bushings in now. Would like to know if your coil overs will bolt right on stock a arms ? car has rake lower front .Will the coil overs adjust for that and adjust for a tighter ride on the front end ?

Asked by WILLIAM on July 24, 2018

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This kit is designed to work with the factory control arms and will allow for stock ride height with the ability to lower the front end of the car about 2". The higher than stock spring rate and the adjustable shocks will help the car handle better than stock with less body roll.

QA1 QA1 Answer - August 01, 2018

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will this fit a 1971 Malibu?

Asked by TROY on November 16, 2017

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Hi Troy - This kit will not fit a 1971 Malibu. That car would be part of the GM A-body family, and you would actually be looking at p/n GS401-10550B. This would have a 550# spring, commonly used in a full weighted big block car. If you have something different, I would suggest contacting the Summit Racing tech line. Thanks!

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