Maier FXXADK0400 Double-Adjustable Race Coilover Kit, 1967-73 Mustang
67-73 Ford Mustang, IFS Front Suspension Type, Tubular Control Arm Style, Coilover Spring Type
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By combining years of Mustang experience, Mike Maier Inc. now delivers a system that will make your ride handle. With JRi’s unsurpassed damper system and Mike Maier Inc’s unique upper A-frame design, you'll get the best possible front suspension system without making any major modifications to your chassis.
Mike Maier Inc’s vast knowledge of geometry ensures that your classic vehicle will handle through the corners in comfort. By maximizing the motion ratio and shock stroke, this kit will create the smooth, confident ride that you have been looking for in your vehicle.
By using JRi’s superior damper system, we offer three specific valving options (street, sport or race) and shock configurations for any type of vehicle. Each damper system is designed to perform its best, be it on the street or at the track.
The design of the tubular upper control arm has end users in mind. It is not only designed for improved geometry but also for ease of maintenance and adjustment. Using a screw in balljoint, it can be replaced or shimmed in minutes. The cross shaft kit is designed using delrin bushings due to its quiet operation and long lifetime. Rod ends wear out quickly and produce squeaks and clunking noises where delrin does not. Alignment keys can be replaced for additional caster adjustment in the upper control arm. Finally, the cross shaft is completely removable and serviceable.
The MOD1 "race" coilover assembly features a double adjustable JRi shock. This is the shock package used on Mike and Brianne’s 'Ol Blue 1966 Mustang autocross car. The double adjustable JRi shock system allows the driver to independently tune low speed rebound vs. high speed rebound. This lets us tune the small inputs of the steering wheel to get the response desired while tuning the larger bumps out of the equation. The double adjustable JRi shock package is the most advanced shock system you can buy to refine your Mustang to the level you demand.
Fits 1967-73 Ford Mustang.
- MOD Tubular Control Arms w/4 Degrees Caster
- MOD Billet Shaft Kit w/Delrin Bushings
- MOD-Valved JRi Single-Adjustable Shocks
- Hypercoil Coilover Springs
- Billet Aluminum Upper Shock Mounts
- Hardware Kit
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