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NEW! Read the article Maximum Motorsports Tames Fox & SN95 Mustang Rear Suspensions on FordMuscle.com.

MRT Exhaust! MM now offers premium MRT cat-back exhaust systems for 1996-2004 Mustangs.

New! for Street & Strip Mustangs! Big-bore rear wheel cylinders for 1979-1993 Mustang with 9" drum brakes. Improves braking when running big rear tires and front skinnies, and/or different OEM front brakes.

New! Swapping a Coyote into a Fox Mustang? MM's Hydroboost Conversion Kits allow easy installation of a 1996-2004 Mustang Hydroboost power brake assist unit into a 1979-1993 Mustang.

New! Swapping an IRS into your Fox Mustang? MM makes it easier with a brake line kit made just for this conversion. Bolts-in, with no cutting or flaring of brake lines. Designed to fit standard IRS brake hoses.

New! MM's billet aluminum Pedal Box Spacer for Fox Mustangs. Replace the breakage-prone OEM plastic spacer when converting to manual brakes or Hydroboost.

Canadians! Please read the latest about ordering from Canada/shipping to Canada.

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Adjustable vs. non-adjustable dampers

To Adjust, or not to Adjust...

While adjustable struts and shocks can offer a competitive edge to some racers, that same adjustability can be a drawback to others, because of the high skill level required to correctly tune adjustable dampers. To properly adjust shock damping requires the sensitivity and skills of a seasoned test driver, which are far different skills than those required of a race driver. The non-adjustability of the MM and Bilstein dampers is precisely what can make them preferable to adjustable struts and shocks; you are able to concentrate on your driving, rather than on how to tune your struts and shocks.