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Street Fighter Suspension System

Street Fighter Suspension 1994-1996 Impala SS


Want the most out of your 94-96 Impala SS so you can really push it's limits? The Street Fighter package is for you! The Street Fighter Kit upgrades your stock sub frame to an extreme handling suspension system that will give you top performance on the street and track. It combines Speedtechs's Upper and lower controls arms, Chicane coilover conversion kit with Viking Double Adjustable coilover shocks, Sway bar,  a Lee quick ratio steering box and ATS spindles for the ultimate in response, ride, and handling. Also included are custom matched new steering linkage components to ensure your entire front suspension has proper geometry, is completely new and is ready to roll!

Package Features : 

  • Reduced unsprung weight
  • Quicker 12.7-1 steering ratio
  • Vastly improved suspension geometry
  • Increased camber gain
  • Decreased bump steer
  • Adjustable ride height
  • Individually adjustable compression and rebound shock dampening.
  • Full Delrin bushings
  • Multiple C5 or C6 brake options
  • Will fit min. 17" wheels with up to a 6" backspace

Package includes:

  • Custom designed High Clearance tubular upper control arms.
  • Tubular lower control arms.
  • Second Gen Chicane kit that converts your frame to a true coilover system.
  • Viking Double Adjustable Coilover shocks.
  • AFX Tall forged spindles with GM C5/C6 hubs.
  • Specially designed steering arms.
  • ATS 670 Nascar inspired 12.7-1 steering box and rag joint coupler.
  • Tubular Sway Bar and mount hardware.
  • Billet Tie Rod Adjuster Sleeves.
  • All required grade 8 mounting hardware and instructions.
  • All new steering linkage including:
    • Pittman arm
    • Idler arm
    • Idler relocation bracket
    • Center link
    • Inner tie rod ends
    • Outer tie rod ends


Impala SS suspension

How do I tell which ball joint size I have?

Choosing the right ball joint size is easy. Simply find out what size nut is on the lower ball joint. If a 7/8 wrench fits on the nut, you have 9/16" ball joints. If a 15/16" wrench fits the nut, you have 5/8" ball joints. The B body spindles for the 9/16 and the 5/8 ball joints are different and do not interchange. Be sure to order the correct ball joint size for your application below.