These tubular k-members and kits for popular mustang models help reduce vehicle weight while increasing strength and rigidity. Add valuable starter, header, and oil pan clearance while eliminating flex, reducing understeer, and upgrading steering geometry. Available as a solo k-member or complete conversion kit to help remove even more excess weight, up to 73 pounds, from the front end.
Street Coil-Over Conversion Kit Drag Race Coil-Over Conversion Kit Road Race Coil-Over Conversion Kit
Street Systems are designed for the driver who wants performance handling without sacrificing drivability. They have a 300-pound spring rate and control arms with sway bar attachments.
Drag Race Systems are for the racer who wants the ultimate in weight reduction and weight transfer off the starting line. They offer a 175-pound or 200-pound spring rate and control arms without sway bar attachments.
Road Race Systems are for the enthusiast who attends open track events and competes in hardcore road racing. They have a 400-pound spring rate and control arms with sway bar attachments.
Street Coil-Over Conversion Kit
Drag Race Coil-Over Conversion Kit
Road Race Coil-Over Conversion Kit
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