Like most, actions speak louder than words. Sure, anyone on a soap box can rattle off suspension geometry specs, camber, caster, bump steer and the like. However, none of that really matters unless you can see the products in action. Specifically, we’re talking about Total Cost Involved Engineering (TCI) and their complete video library on YouTube with proof that their customer cars and products can really put your money where your mouth is.
After all, Total Cost Involved of Ontario, California took the auto aftermarket by storm in 1974 when they introduced one of the first reproduction, model “A” frames. Since that time, TCI’s client base has expanded to include various types of street rod, hot rod and muscle car applications.
To prove their worth, the mad scientists at TCI have compiled all of their video footage onto one, easy to find media page on YouTube. It’s there you’ll find some of TCI’s favorite competition videos of their first-gen Camaro test car letting it all hang out during any number of events. What’s more, they aren’t afraid to showcase some customer cars as well. We’ve even gone ahead and posted some right here!
TCI is always ready and willing to show off what their undercarriage setups can do on the track. TCI’s current GM inventory consists of several custom front and rear assemblies for early model Camaros and Novas. Among their current GM lineup are their torque arm & 4-link suspensions specifically built for 10-12-bolt & 9-inch Ford rearends. TCI also offers anything from replacement coil springs up front to complete pro-touring front subframes for you favorite early Camaro and Nova.
If you’re interested in doing some serious upgrades underneath your classic or custom, then TCI is the place to check out! Scope out some more of TCI’s videos to see what you think of the finished product…