Turnology drives their S550 after they installed the latest MM Starter Box. Read about the Starter Box and their test drive report.
/DRIVE just released a new video of MM's Mustang in their Tuner car Shootout. We've just posted the parts list and link to the video.
Back in stock! M-5500 stock replacement rear upper control arms for Fox and SN95 Mustangs.
New! Maximum Motorsports has the Caster Camber Plates and coil-over kits specified for NASA's Spec Iron road race series for S197 Mustangs.
New! MM now offers an adjustable front swaybar for SN95 Mustangs. Currently in stock and ready to ship.
New! MM now has StopTech front brake hoses for the 2015+ Mustang.
New! MM Starter Box for S550 Mustangs. Includes Koni dampers, MM Caster Camber Plates, choice of Eibach or H&R springs, and Eibach swaybars.
New! Koni struts and shocks are now available for S550 Mustangs. Koni's renowned Sport series single-adjustable dampers will greatly improve the handling your 2015+ Mustang.
This adjustable front swaybar works great with the MM Adjustable Rear Swaybars!
Light-weight tubular design. Powdercoated black. Mounts in the same manner as a stock swaybar. Requires 1.25" (1-1/4") swaybar pivot bushings.
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What is swaybar preload? A swaybar is "preloaded" when it's twisted while the vehicle is at rest on flat, level ground. Any swaybar preload will alter the vehicle's corner weights, which affects handling behavior.
What causes the swaybar to become twisted? This happens during installation when the second endlink is too short or too long to connect the swaybar to the control arm without forcing the swaybar arm from its relaxed position into a new position. To avoid preloading the swaybar, adjust the length of the second endlink so it can be installed without needing to push the swaybar arm up or down.
Why is it bad if the swaybar is preloaded? When the swaybar has preload, the twist in it causes vertical forces at each of the endlinks. Those forces are in opposite directions on each side of the car. One side pulls up on the suspension and the other side pushes it down. This changes the corner weights (the amount of weight on each individual tire), which makes the car handle differently in left- and right-hand turns; handling behavior is no longer predictable, symmetrical, or precise.
You can read Maximum Motorsports' highly detailed MMFSB-32 Solid Endlink Kit installation instructions before purchase.
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