1999-2001 Mustang Cobra Maximum Motorsports Strut Tower Brace
Let's be honest, in the 1999-2001 Mustang Cobra, there's a ton of unwanted chassis flex that can severely affect the handling, and performance of the car. Maximum Motorsports has come up with a easy, and simple solution to this issue to rid your 1999-2001 Cobra of the unwanted chassis flex with this strut tower brace.
High Quality Construction
Maximum Motorsports carefully crafts each SVT Cobra strut tower bar from super strong, tubular steel to keep your chassis from flexing under the high torque of your 4.6L motor! This strut tower bar comes completed from Maximum Motorsports in a classic black powdercoat finish for durability, and great underhood styling!
Maximum Motorsports designed this SVT Cobra strut tower brace with simplicity in mind. This simple bolt-on clears your factory EFI manifold, and installs with common hand tools.
- Fits: 1999-2001 SVT Cobra Mustangs
This Maximum Motorsports strut tower bar WILL fit on the 2001 Bullitt Mustang, but when adding this on, the Bullitt holographic serial number plaque will be covered, and potentially damaged if installed.
As always MM's products are second to none. Great fit. Relatively easy to install (although a second set of hands is always helpful). It really helps to tie everything together and eliminate a lot of the front end flexing. It's a great compliment to subframe connectors and any other chassis bracing equipment. A must have for those full race car feels.
Maximum Motorsports is well respected as a leading developer of suspension systems and performance parts for your Mustang or Lightning. Established in 1992, the team at MM has spent countless hours researching and developing the highest quality suspension components for 1979-Present Mustangs and 1993-Present SVT Lightnings. Maximum Motorsports has strived to produce lightweight, direct replacement suspension parts to get your vehicle handling, launching, and cornering better than ever. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com for performance panhard bars, k-members, subframe connectors, steering racks, caster/camber plates. chassis braces, control arms, roll bars, wheel spacers, and other tubular suspension parts.
I got my car senior year in high school when I still lived in California. After graduation I moved out here to Arkansas/ Texas. Almost 6 years with my car and from completely bone stock it has gone th...