VIDEO: Installing Aldan American Coil-Overs Into a Turbo Regal

Aldan American has been one of the best kept secrets in there coil-over world for many years. Offering high-quality and fully-adjustable shocks, springs and full coil-over kits for most popular American performance cars and trucks.

We’ve installed them into a few vehicles over the years, including our very own Turbo Buick Project Wicked6, our ’87 Grand National. Like the car depicted in the attached video, our Buick also has other upgrades such as, aftermarket suspension and Baer brakes.

The Regal T in this video, does have the aftermarket Kirban Performance GNX-style rear axle kit, that our car doesn’t have, however. So if your G-bodu os equipped with such a setup up, you won’t be able to run the full coil-over kit in the rear like you can in the front.

Official Release:

G-Body “Turbo T” Setup on our Full Road Comp Suspension kit. Coilovers up front with our TruLine series rear shocks. Check it!

In this video, Gary with Aldan American takes us step-by-step to set up the Turbo Regal with Aldan American coilovers in the front and TruLine Series rear shocks. No cutting or welding is necessary for this coilover kit installation. They enable you to lower 2 inches of ride-height, giving your G-Body the appearance and feel a factory suspension can’t match.

G-Body Models: 1978-88 RWD Monte Carlo, Grand National, GNX, El Camino, Grand Prix, Cutlass, Regal, Malibu, LeMans, Bonneville

Benefits and Features:

  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • True Bolt-On Design
  • Properly Lowers 0.0-2.0” From Stock
  • Fully Adjustable
  • Improves Handling and Control
  • Smoother Ride on The Street
  • Easy To Tune With Turn Dial Adjustment
  • Set To Your Liking!
  • Aldan Shocks are Fully Rebuildable and Serviceable
  • Lifetime Warranty

Front and Rear Coilover Kit: #300241

Rear Coilover Kit: #A0012

Rear Coilover Kit: #AGRMS

Shock & Strut Brace: #300331

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Rick Seitz

Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles; GM, Ford, Dodge, imports, trucks -- you name it! When he isn't clacking away on his keyboard, he's building, tuning, driving or testing his current crop of personal projects!

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