Save Weight In Your Foxbody!
This 1979-1993 Mustang Maximum Motorsports tubular K-member & control arm kit is a great way to upgrade your Foxbody suspension and drop front end weight. Designed for 4.6L, 5.0L Coyote, and LSX motors. This Mustang suspension kit requires the use of a coil over conversion and can reduce the front end weight by up to 40+ lbs. This weight difference helps acceleration and handling for quicker track times while improving steering performance. This combination of a tubular k-member and tubular control arms keeps the stock wheel base by retaining the ball-joint's stock fore/aft location.
Mustang Tubular K-Member
Maximum Motorsport's MMKM-21 Mustang tubular k-member for 4.6, 5.4, 5.0 Coyote, or LSX engines into a 1979-1995 Mustang. This K-member is significantly lighter than the stock k-member reducing front end weights up to nearly 40lbs. Adding this k-member improves suspension geometry, weight distribution, and allows increase in positive caster. With a tubular design, you get easier access to headers, the starter motor, and your motor's oil pan. Designed for street, strip, and road course use.
Mustang Tubular Control Arms
These lightweight tubular control arms give your 1979-1995 Mustang better handling, traction, and performance. Paired in this kit with a tubular k-member, they keep the stock wheelbase by retaining the ball joint's stock fore/aft location. Features urethane control arm bushing for less deflection and quicker steering response. These control arms are a reverse-offset design that is perfect for street cruising and drag racing.
The suspension bushings included with this part can only be lubricated with PTFE grease, also referred to as "Marine Grease". PTFE grease is a very sticky, opaque grease that is water proof and will not degrade the bushing material. If lubed properly at installation, these bushings will not need to be lubricated again. Use of any other grease on these bushings will cause the bushing to fail and any bushing warranty to be voided.
Engine Mount Fitment Note
Stock and aftermarket engine mounts can have alignment pins that can cause fitment issues. Removal of the alignment pin might be necessary for correct mating of engine mount to k-member.