Author: Detroit Speed | 09/27/2021 < Back to Blog Home

Watch as Detroit Speed Fabricator, Aaron Elenbaum installs Subframe Connectors on the Detroit Speed 1970 Camaro Test Car.

Detroit Speed's 1970-81 Camaro/Firebird Subframe Connectors features and benefits:

· Designed to increase the vehicle's stiffness by connecting the front subframe to the rear frame rails

· Constructed of 2" x 3" x 0.120" wall rectangular steel tubing

· Laser cut brackets attach rear of the subframe to the connector for an easy, strong welded joint

· Rear of the connector is tapered to attach to rear frame rails and has a slot to conform to rear seat floor pan

· Barely visible underneath the car

· Bent and TIG welded in a fixture for accuracy and repeatability

· Does not interfere with seat attachment hardware or installation and removal of rear leaf spring pocket

· Factory-molded carpet will still fit over subframe connectors

· Shipped with templates and detailed instructions for installation