Raising the Bar: Installing Maximum Motorsports’ Sway Bars for Better Handling and Adjustability Wes Duenkel August 29, 2016 Sway bars, or antiroll bars, are an often overlooked piece of a Mustang’s handling puzzle. Though less glamorous than a set of lowering springs or coilover dampers, sway bars sharpen a Mustang’s cornering reflexes without the jarring…

Going on Location Wes Duenkel July 8, 2016 Location, location, location. This popular real estate adage also applies to Mustang solid-axle rear suspensions. The 1979-2004 Mustangs are saddled with a lackluster quadra-bind rear suspension layout that is riddled with compromises that rear their ugly head as soon as the road gets twisty (Figure 1). The…

Strong Arm Tactics: Better axle behavior with Maximum Motorsports’ Sport lower control arms Wes Duenkel June 29, 2016 Enthusiasts sometimes have different priorities than the engineers who design the cars we enjoy. Cost, noise, and performance are all factors, but enthusiasts and engineers may put these factors in a different order. Looking at the OEM…

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