Heidts Suspension, based in Lake Zurich, Illinois, builds every suspension and steering bit you need if you drive any sort of hot rod or muscle car, be it old or a bit less old. To prove that point, the Heidts crew built an autocross weapon using a 1999 Chevy Camaro as the starting point… and it kicks a fair bit of ass.
No, this one doesn’t have the original LS1 under the hood anymore. There’s now a 525-horsepower LSX coupled to a T56 manual gearbox. That’s not the major story here though, even if it is truly awesome.
It’s the suspension work that’s gone and made this a proper track machine. Out back, the Heidt’s Pro-G IRS suspension pairs with front and rear sway bars, Ridetech adjustable shocks, and upgraded upper and lower control arms.
Oh, and the tires are 315s at all four corners.