QA1 MR302-08600 R Series Mustang II Drag Race Coil-Over System
74-78 Ford Mustang II, Front Position, 600 lbs. Spring Rate, Twin Tube Shock Type
For unmatched ride quality for the street and strip, turn to QA1's Mustang II Pro Coil Shock Systems. With double adjustable, single adjustable, drag "R" series adjustable and non-adjustable valving options, along with four spring rate options, you will find the right coil-over conversion system for you. These shocks are designed to give you the lower ride height and "in the weeds" stance you're looking for, and they utilize a fully threaded body that allows you to adjust your ride height for the perfect stance or to finely tune the weight balance for superior handling. Used in drag racing, street performance, autocross, road racing and street rod applications.
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Q & A
In this episode, Project Chevelle gets coilovers and a much-needed altitude adjustment. Watch as we install QA1 bolt-on coilover kits front and rear, then dial in the perfect stance and shock settings. Our old Chevelle is really starting to look mean!
Speedway Motors employee Steve is back to work on his 1976 Chevrolet Laguna, this time installing a QA1 Coilover kit in his front suspension.
Product guru Jeff K. takes us along as he updates the suspension on his 1946 Ford Sedan Delivery with a set of fresh Mustang II coilovers following an unfortunate incident with a pothole.
Speedway Motors shares a How-To of selecting the right coilovers for your T-Bucket.
See how Jeff converts his 1967 Chevelle rear suspension to QA1 double adjustable coil-over suspension. This allows added adjustability for ride height and compression and rebound characteristics.
We add some tuneability to the suspension on Project Chevelle by bolting on QA1 coilovers front and rear.
Learn how to mount coil-overs with this guide. We can help you find your spring rate, compensate for mounted angle, and measure your replacement shock.