schwartz performance IRS

New Dual A-Arm IRS for Schwartz Performance G-Machine Chassis

Schwartz Performance is excited to expand their line of Independent Rear Suspension options with a new Dual A-arm IRS system designed for their entire line of G-Machine Chassis. The Dual A-arm IRS was designed for applications that have a narrow track width and the Schwartz unit measures only 54-inches from flange to flange!

The Dual A-arm IRS is based around a Currie F9 rearend housing and 35-spline third member and heavy-duty axles rated to handle over 1,000 horsepower. Heavy-duty FK Heim joints and uniball joints provide a secure and quiet assembly with zero bind. The CNC machined billet uprights accept either a late model Mustang or Corvette hub assembly.

One important feature is that this system can be optioned with a standard inboard, vertically mounted coilover or with a cantilever setup. Both systems utilize RideTech adjustable coilovers (single or triple) and are mounted securely with billet brackets. The cantilever system does require a little more fabrication to the trunk area but the results and sight of the detailed suspension speaks volumes.

schwartz performance IRS

• A-Arm design ensures a comfortable ride with incredible control
• New Currie F9 housing supplied with 35-spline third member and Truetrac posi unit
• Stout axles handle over 1,000 horsepower
• Available with standard inboard mounted vertical RideTech coilovers or a Cantilever design
• Featured with Baer 4-piston SS4+, 6-piston Pro-Plus or Extreme-Plus caliper mounts
• Supplied with single or triple adjustable RideTech Coilovers

Like all of Schwartz G-Machine Chassis and products, the Dual A-arm IRS has been thoroughly developed and tested by the Schwartz R&D team ensuring an even higher level of performance and comfort to their iconic line of bolt-in G-Machine Chassis for muscle cars, trucks and classics.

For more details and information on the new Schwartz Dual A-arm IRS or their line of G-Machine Chassis, click to Schwartz Performance.