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Old 05-03-2019, 03:58 PM   #99
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1LE’s Spec Fitments

Would the 1LE Spec Suspension fit with the ZL1 1LE Spec Handling Component Suspension Upgrade System together on a 2SS A8 Coupe, without the ZL1 1LE-Spec Multimatic DSSV® Lowering and Handling Suspension Upgrade System, or would those last two have to be combined?

Camaro Performance Upgrades (Suspension) https://www.chevrolet.com/performanc...aro/suspension
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Old 08-13-2019, 08:12 PM   #100
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This is what I had for those strut/shock part #s, that come with the SS lowering kit (ie. spring/shock kit part # 84203549). I'd double check it though. These came from a GMPP marketing manager so should be accurate.

Front Right strut - 84004135
Front Left strut - 84004134
Rear Shock Absorber Both Sides – 84096556

One thing though: I'm pretty sure the 1LE springs and Lowering kit (84203549) springs are not the same, so be careful with mixing and matching parts.
Hello. I am looking for the break down of all parts in this kit for a 2016 1SS coupe.
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Old 10-30-2019, 02:25 PM   #101
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For switching over from a FE4 setup on an 18' ZL1 to a FEA setup (ZL1 1LE suspension basically), do I need the ZL1 1LE Spec handling kit (84352119) alongside the DSSV kit?

Or just only go with the DSSV Multimatic that comes together as a kit (84352121), with the ZL1 1LE Rear Anti-sway Bar (84218218)?
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Old 11-28-2019, 05:39 PM   #102
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I am about to have my suspension inspected and possibly replaced. My ride is very bouncy over even small bumps.
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Old 12-07-2019, 02:47 PM   #103
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OP, Thx for this.
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Old 12-08-2019, 06:12 PM   #104
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For switching over from a FE4 setup on an 18' ZL1 to a FEA setup (ZL1 1LE suspension basically), do I need the ZL1 1LE Spec handling kit (84352119) alongside the DSSV kit?

Or just only go with the DSSV Multimatic that comes together as a kit (84352121), with the ZL1 1LE Rear Anti-sway Bar (84218218)?
Between FE4 and FEA, really just some bushings in the rear knuckles, the rear cradle bushings, the sway bars and DSSV dampers. So, no, just get the DSSV and, if you want, jump to the FEA rear knuckles or BMR joints.
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Old Today, 11:45 AM   #105
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Between FE4 and FEA, really just some bushings in the rear knuckles, the rear cradle bushings, the sway bars and DSSV dampers. So, no, just get the DSSV and, if you want, jump to the FEA rear knuckles or BMR joints.
Since I already have the 1LE rear cradles installed long ago (really stopped the weird rear flex when fully accelerating), I'll go with only the DSSV kit as you advised then. Thanks.

I might as go with the rear knuckles too to stop thinking about opening up the suspension again.

Though I'm confused with the formatting from what was mentioned of their part numbers on the first page of the thread, it's:

FE4 & FEA = 84258571 & 84258572 (So do I get both of these ones to put into my ZL1?
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Since I already have the 1LE rear cradles installed long ago (really stopped the weird rear flex when fully accelerating), I'll go with only the DSSV kit as you advised then. Thanks.

I might as go with the rear knuckles too to stop thinking about opening up the suspension again.

Though I'm confused with the formatting from what was mentioned of their part numbers on the first page of the thread, it's:

FE4 & FEA = 84258571 & 84258572 (So do I get both of these ones to put into my ZL1?
Assuming the FE4 and FEA info is accurate on the first page, that means that you already have the proper knuckle/bushing assemblies on your Camaro. The way the original post is written, those are the PNs for the LH and RH knuckles for both the FE4 and FEA suspension RPOs.

Edit: Just confirmed on a few different sites. GM has the same PN for the rear knuckle assemblies on 2018 SS 1LE (FE4), ZL1 (FE4), and ZL1 1LE (FEA). This means that the rear knuckle bushings should also be the same for all of those.
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