Less than a year after introducing a complete line of track-tested, performance-proven suspension systems for Mopar A, B and E-body platforms, Hotchkis Performance has unveiled the final component for its Chrysler suspension lineup – high-performance torsion bars. These bars were developed in direct response to customer demand for a high-performance torsional spring to match Hotchkis sport sway bars, geometry-corrected A-Arms and leaf springs and Total Vehicle Systems.
Unlike many muscle cars of the era, 1960s and ’70s Dodge and Plymouth suspension relies on front torsion bars to set ride height and control cornering and ride stiffness. Worn torsion bars can result in uneven ride height and poor vehicle control. The engineers at Hotchkis have designed a 1.03-inch bar to replace stock torsion bars and compliment the handling upgrades of the Hotchkis Mopar TVS system and its individual components. Hotchkis offers the new torsion bars to fit most 66-76 Dodge and Plymouth platforms.
Hotchkis Mopar Torsion bars are built out of high-strength steel and are finished in durable black powdercoat. Kits include a pair of forged, heat treated 1.03” torsion bars, polyurethane seals, and new retaining clips. While Hotchkis Torsion Bars work extremely well on their own, they work best when paired with Hotchkis Sport Sway Bars, Geometry-Corrected Leaf Springs and Total Vehicle Systems. MSRP is set at $418.95.
Features and Benefits
– 1.03” Diameter Forged and Heat Treated Spring Steel
– Black Powder Coated Finish
– Includes Polyurethane seals, and New Retaining Clips
– Adjustable ride height
– Increased cornering stability
– Improved vehicle control
– Comfortable ride
– Made In The USA