Strut Tower Brace Boss 302 Style V6/GT 2010-2014/2012-2013 Boss 302

CJ's Part Number: STB12
MSRP: $180.25

Regular Price: $99.99

Special Price: $69.99

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Strut Tower Brace Boss 302 Style V6/GT 2010-2014/2012-2013 Boss 302
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Product Description

Boss 302 Style Strut Tower Brace for 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 V6 and GT Mustangs and 2012-2013 Boss 302s.

Stiffen the front end of your 2010-2014 Mustang GT or V6 with an original style strut tower brace used on the 2012-2013 Boss 302.

2012-2013 Boss 302 Mustangs came from the factory with this strut tower brace. The brace is a great upgrade for 2010-2014 V6 and GT Mustangs as well. If you are installing a Boss 302 intake manifold (M9424M50BR) on your 2011-2014 GT, this is the strut tower brace for you! The Boss 302 intake is very tall which means this strut tower brace will also clear the stock 2010-2014 GT, Bullitt and V6 intake manifolds as well as the factory 5.0L intake covers.

- Stiffens chassis
- Improves handling
- Silver powder coated finish
- Clears Boss 302 intake manifold

Not only does the strut tower brace add performance, but it looks great under the hood. The strut tower brace is finished with a silver powder coat for a long lasting finish. Installation of the brace is very easy and only requires the removal of four strut mount nuts. You can have a new strut tower brace installed in a matter of minutes.

If you are adding the Boss 302 intake to your Mustang GT and want to use a strut tower brace, this is the brace for you! *Doesn't clear positive displacement superchargers.

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Easy

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Very Satisfied
Great value, I caught it on a SUPER sale, and am very pleased to get a factory Ford product at this price. Perfect fit, easy install. Thanks CJ
Randy September 13, 2014
Super price, fast friendly service, shipped quickly, good quality and easy to install.
Pastor Rich September 11, 2014
Great Offer
I accidently sprayed carburetor cleaner on my 2012 Boss strut tower brace which quickly removed some power coat finish. Looking to replace it I found American Muscle selling them for $179.00 then I came across a CJ Pony Parts special offer of $69.00, that was a no brainer. A brace is a brace and I can only imagine what the Ford dealership would be asking for one. Even at the regular CJ Pony Parts price of $99.00 it’s a great deal.

James Yeager September 11, 2014
Great Strut Brace
After installing a new FRPP Intake Manifold on my 2010 GT I was told my existing SR strut brace would work. However, I tried re-installing my existing strut brace and it was too low and rocked on top of the manifold. I decided to shop around and discovered that the Boss 302 strut brace was the one that would clear the top of the manifold. I decided to go with CJ Pony as they absolutely had the best price and blew the competition away. The Boss 302 brace fit perfectly and looks and works great. Thanks CJ Pony, y'all rock!
Bill August 23, 2014
Great Price
Best price I've seen! Helps handling. I will be back!
Ron August 17, 2014
Fit vs. Finish
Aesthetically, a great looking addition under the hood. I can't yet speak to functionality as I've just installed the tower brace. Price was outstanding as compared to all other vendors. My only concern, perhaps, is only limited to the one I received, was that bolt placement on the pre-drilled mount holes was not 100% spot-on (almost a 1/8 placement difference on the passenger side tower). This was installed on a brand new 2014 V6 Mustang, so unless the vehicle itself is a little off, I'm guessing that this new tower cross bar could possibly be a factory 2nd. If so, I don't believe functionality has been compromised once tightened in place. No blemishes whatsoever otherwise found. I gave it only one less star due to factory pre-drilling on the bar's own mounting brackets. It shouldn't stop anyone from purchasing the product, as price, appearance and expected function is well worth the cost savings realized. A+ - 1* is still outstanding to me.
Chris August 16, 2014
Great Price!
After searching around for many weeks, I came across CJ's deal. Wow, what a deal it was! It was 80 to a 100 bucks less than most other places. Excellent deal CJ and way to to go! It looks great and stiffened up the front end taking away much of the annoying slop after hitting pot holes or going over railroad tracks. Also put the front end together and in sync allowing for better cornering and overall handling!
Ddmurf1 August 6, 2014
Be careful tighting up the bolts!
This tightens up the front end when cornering hard and looks great under the hood. The only problem I have with this is that there is nothing stressing the importance of tightening the bolts only until snug. I used a torque wrench to 26 lb/ft as instructed in the CJ video and one of my strut tower bolts broke. It may have just been a dud of a bolt but was still very annoying to have that happen in an otherwise simple installation.
Eric July 29, 2014
This item was exactly what I expected, took about 5 minutes to install.
I have had positive comments from other mustang owners.
Chet Withrow July 17, 2014
Just installed the brace on my 2014 V6 Pony - Look's great and made of very good quality.
Was quite impressed with the delivery and price. Would definitely recommend this product.
Made a difference in handling.
Raymond July 5, 2014
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Product Video

By Bill Tumas: When upgrading the suspension on their Mustangs, many people overlook chassis stiffening. You can buy the best suspension components money can buy, but if the chassis flexible, they're just not going to get the job done. One of the easiest ways to tighten up your chassis is with the use of a strut tower brace. Today we're going to install this Boss 302 strut tower brace from Ford Racing on a 2013 Gotta Have It Race car. The strut tower brace is going to install to your factory bolt on the top of your strut tower. Features a silver powder coated finish which will be nice and durable, and will fit both Mustang GT and V6. For this installation you're going to need a 3/8 ratchet, 3/8 torque wrench and a 13-mm socket.

Installation of the strut tower brace will be very easy. Simply remove the nuts on the inside of the strut mounts on both sides. Once we remove all four nuts, were going to put the strut tower brace into place. Notice an arrow pointing forward, you want to make sure that faces the front of the car when you install the brace. We're going to place it over the four studs from our stud mounts and reinstall the nuts. Just get them snug, because we are going to torque them down. Now were going to torque all the nuts to 26 ft. /lbs.

The strut tower brace is going to fit all 2010 and up GT's and the V6's. If you have a 20 and up 5 L and upgrading the Boss 302 intake, you want to make sure you get this brace as well, because your factory one is not going to clear. Installation is only going to take you a few minutes; you'll be back on the road in no time.