Product Release: AFE CONTROL PFADT Series Stage 2 Suspension Package For 2005-2013 Corvette C6
This entry was posted on May 12, 2015 by Marvin Samayoa.
aFe Power is proud to introduce another addition to the aFe Control suspension line: PFADT Series Stage 2 suspension package for 2005-2013 Chevrolet Corvette C6. The Stage 2 Package features adjustable coilovers and sway bars designed to provide the C6 with racecar level road holding ability and the street-ability expected from a daily driver. Both ride height and damping are easily adjustable in this design allowing for fine tuning the C6’s stance and ride quality.
Packed with features, the coilovers are CAD designed, then precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum and hard anodized. The mono-tube construction utilizes a floating piston to separate the oil and nitrogen gas, allowing for predictable handling and a consistent feel. Since the coilovers employ double digressive valve technology, the easy touch rotary knob will adjust both compression and rebound in one device. There are 24 distinct settings on the front and rear shocks, allowing for settings to accommodate a comfortable street ride, all the way up to a firm track setting.
To further reduce body roll and improve handling, the Stage 2 package includes 3-piece racing sway bars which utilize 4130 Chromoly torsion bars with splined ends and lightweight, 7050-T7 aluminum arms that are anodized orange, with laser etched adjustment markers. Both front and rear sway bars have three adjustment settings, providing 9 different sway bar rate combinations.
The adjustable end links are designed to be lightweight and strong, while allowing maximum articulation. Designed as a direct fit installation, no modifications are necessary. Elevate your driving experience with the comfort, precision, and excitement of aFe Control PFADT Series Stage 2 suspension package.
This entry was posted in New Products and tagged Racing sway bars, 2005-2013, stage 2, Featherlights, C6 Corvette, Coilovers, pfadt, AFE Control on May 12, 2015 by Marvin Samayoa. ← Previous Post Next Post →