This guide covers how to strengthen and modify the chassis and suspension of the Mustang for better cornering and accelerating, in step-by-step, photographic detail. Sections include frame stiffening, building suspensions, bolt-on kits, roll cages, and more. Photos and drawings.When installing your front swaybar, you should note that the factory swaybar comes stock with the lever ends (ends that attach to swaybar end links) being parallel to the frame mounting holes of the control arms at normal ride height (see Fig.
|Title||:||The Mustang Performance Handbook|
|Author||:||William R. Mathis|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 1994|