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Articles

Articles and stories about Maximum Motorsports and its products have been published in a large number of Mustang and Ford related publications, both in print and online. Here is a brief list of those articles.

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2002

  • Wilson, Tom. "Maximum Motorsports' Open-Track Ecstasy". 5.0 Mustang, December, 2002. p. 90-98.
    A week on the road and the track is what the Open Track Challenge is all about.
  • Wilson, Tom. "It's a Setup". 5.0 Mustang, November 2002, p. 107-110, 112-114.
    You've bolted on your new Maximum Motorsports suspension ? here's how to set it up for the first time.
  • Wilson, Tom. "Iron Horseplay". 5.0 Mustang, October 2002, p. 66-68, 70, 72-75.
    With NASA's American Iron, there's finally a road-racing class for Mustangs that makes sense.
  • Wilson, Tom. "Insider Upgrading". 5.0 Mustang, August 2002, p. 195-200.
    Install of a MM Roll Bar, Kirkey seats, and Crow harnesses.
  • De Los Santos, Henry. "A Weekend At NASA". Car Craft, July 2002, p. 86-88.
    Open-course road racing with NASA at Buttonwillow Raceway.
  • Smith, Evan J. "Package Deals". Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, July 2002, p. 76-80, 82,84,86,88,90.
    Check out this article in MM FF. It details different suspension packages by Maximum Motorsports, HP Motorsports, Kenny Brown, Saleen, and Steeda. You'll easily see how MM improves a Mustang by addressing the whole car as a system.
  • Wilson, Tom. "K-Max". 5.0 Mustang, May 2002, p. 151-153, 155-158, 160.
    Installing MM's new K-Member on 5.0's open-track project machine for out-of-this-world handling.
  • Wilson, Tom. "Starting Behind". 5.0 Mustang, February 2002, p. 125-26, 128, 130, 132.
    Beginning an open-track project with Maximum Motorsports' rear suspension.
  • Ford, Jeff. "The Pavement Pounder". Mustang Monthly, January 2002, p. 22-24.
    This article reviews various Mustangs for road racing and autocrossing. It lists Maximum Motorsports as a source for parts.

2001 and earlier

  • Baur, Steve. "Horse's Mouth". Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, October 2001, p. 22-24.
    Running MM's parts, the Gladney Brothers' GB 400 R claimed victory in the Super Production class of the SCCA Double Regional event. Driver Ed Inclan also took second place overall.
  • Rawlins, Matt. "How-to: Maximum Motorsports Rear Swaybar". Mustang Monthly, August 2001, p. 71-75.
    Fine-tuning your Mustang's rear suspension with Maximum Motorsports' adjustable rear swaybar.
  • Wilson, Tom. "Test Bred". 5.0 Mustang, August 2001, p. 159-162.
    Maximum Motorsports' Shop Car develops parts - and wins customers.
  • Wallace, Sky. "Getting Out of a Bind". Muscle Mustang & Fast Fords, May 2001, p. 119-126, 128.
    Taking the "bind" out of Mustang suspensions with a Torque-arm from Maximum Motorsports.
  • Lawrence, James. "Grip In A Box". 5.0 Mustang, December 1998, p.24-28
    Maximum Motorsports offers a mail-order "Vette-killing" street suspension for $2,000. The published slalom time (72.5 mph) tied for the third fastest slalom time ever recorded by Motor Trend.