« Last post by OD_Simple on February 22, 2017, 11:26:36 AM »
I own a 1976 Trans Am. 32,000 original miles. 400 4-Speed Car. I am the second owner.
In 2008 I had a ladder bar set-up installed, mini tubs, and an 8 point weld in cage installed.
I've recently ordered Detroit Speed's Powder Coated Single Adjustable Shock Front Subframe (SBC/LS). I've also ordered their Weld in sub frame connectors.
Unfortunately, Detroit Speed does not sell solid body mounts for 2nd Gen Firebirds...only for Camaros...
So, with that I'm put between a rock and a hard place. Weld in sub frame connectors require solid body mounts and now my builder and I have to figure out what solid body mounts to purchase. Detroit Speed said that the core support body mounts are the solid body mounts that cause the difference between the two cars. Has anyone experienced this by any chance?
Knowing this...I'd like to hear the opinions of others that have made the switch. Just how drastic of a change was it? How much louder etc.