New! Second-generation MM shocks are now available, with 4 different valvings in stock. These shocks are loaded with new features to improve performance. Along with the new shocks are 2 new coil-over kits, and a new Racing Upper Shock Mount.
New! Read the new MM&FF install article about our new 2015 Mustang Caster Camber plates. More product information about the Mm6CC-10 kit can be found here.
New! When choosing Rear Lower Control Arms for your 1979-04 Mustang you will find a wider selection available from MM than anywhere else. MM's new Sport Series RLCAs offer improved performance for street-driven Mustangs at a budget price. MM's new Drag Race Adjustable Rear Lower Control Arms for Mustangs with Big Power are rated at 1,000 rwhp, and provide ride height adjustability to tune for the optimum launch. These two new series join MM's Heavy-Duty, Extreme-Duty, and Road Race control arms.
New! MM designed rear lower control arm relocation brackets for 2005-2014 Mustangs are not just for drag racing. These brackets change the control arm geometry to move the Instant Center for increased Anti-Squat. That improves traction, both in a straight line and at corner exit.
New! MM Caster Camber Plates for the 2015 S550 Mustang are now in stock. This new design from Maximum Motorsports (the inventor of double-adjustable caster/camber plates for Mustangs in 1993), gives owners of 2015 Mustangs the ability to easily correct the excessive front camber resulting from the installation of lowering springs.
Maximum Motorsports Extreme-Duty series Adjustable Rear Lower Control Arms for the 1999-2004 Mustang improve traction and handling by reducing the unwanted deflection allowed by the stock soft rubber bushings and flexible stamped steel control arm.
Fits 1999-2004 Mustang with solid rear axle. Includes spring perch and swaybar mount.
Well suited for Mustangs:
Why should I use the Extreme-Duty control arms instead of the Heavy-Duty series? Mustangs with over 400 rwhp, and even those with less power that are launched hard from a standing start, may overload urethane bushings, leading to premature failure of the bushing. When you hit your Mustang's throttle pedal, all of the forces accelerating your car pass from the rear axle housing through the lower control arms and their bushings; that's what moves your Mustang forward. The harder the car accelerates on launch, the greater the forces on the lower control arm bushings. Higher forces lead to a shorter lifespan of urethane bushings. The oversized spherical bearings used in the MM Extreme-Duty adjustable ride height control arms are robust enough for a Mustang with 600 HP launching on slicks.
What if my Mustang has over 600 rwhp? MM's Drag Race series control arms are rated at 1,000 ft-lb of torque at the rear wheels.
Better by design
Why do I need MM Rear Lower Control Arms?
Maximum Motorsports Extreme-Duty Adjustable Rear Lower Control Arms for 1999-2004 Mustangs
Maximum Motorsports Extreme-Duty Adjustable Rear Lower Control Arms for 1979-1998 Mustangs
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Can I use the MMRLCA-33 in a street or road racing application? Yes. The spherical bearings transmit only a little more noise and vibration than do urethane bushings. Spherical bearings allow all of the articulation needed for proper suspension movement, so there is no binding to hurt handling.
You can read Maximum Motorsports' detailed MMRLCA-33 Rear Lower Control Arm installation instructions before purchase.
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