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New! MM now offers the FRPP IRS differential cover modified for use with MM’s Aluminum Differential Mounts.

New! Hawk now offers brake pads for the 2013-14 GT500's 6-piston Brembo front calipers. MM has them in stock.

NASA Eastern Champions! Our congratulations go out to two Maximum Motorsports customers for winning at the 2014 NASA Championship event at Road Atlanta. Chris Griswold won the American Iron Extreme Championship for the sixth time. Scott McKay drove his MM-equipped Fox Mustang to win the American Iron Championship.

MM's Deal of the Day is back!. Selected items will be on sale for 24 hours (midnight to midnight, Pacific Time) every day.

MM on TV is now on the web! Another episode of Engine Power is now on the web, featuring more MM parts. Several more MM parts were installed in this episode, Part 3 of the barely Legal Mustang project. The MM parts include rear disc brake lines, manual brake installation kit, and a roll bar. Part 2 of Barely Legal, the installation of a Maximum Motorsports suspension package, is also on line. Engine Power is one of the Power Nation TV shows airing on Spike, CBS Sports Network, and NBC Sports Network.

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$139.40

  • Item # MMCP-51
  • Manufacturer: Maximum Motorsports
Clutch Cable Heat Shield
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This complete installation package fits 1982-2004 Mustangs and includes:

Protect your new cable from exhaust heat by adding the MMCL-15 clutch cable heat shield to your order. Select the option above to add it at the discounted price.

This cable measures 69" inches overall. The housing measures 56". Yes, it will work on all 1982-2004 V8 Mustangs

This kit has everything you need to install a new, high quality Ford clutch cable that will outlast and outperform every aftermarket cable we have seen. No cables match or even come close to the quality and construction of the Ford manufactured cables. The firewall adjuster and aluminum quadrant will provide easy adjustment of cable freeplay from within the engine compartment, rather than under the car, which is common on all adjustable cables.