Maximum Motorsports Caster Camber Plates for all 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993 Mustangs.
If you are looking to generate a significant performance boost to the suspension and handling performance on your 1990-1993 Mustang, you've landed at the right sport. These Maximum Motorsports Caster Camber Plates will provide an incredible amount of enhancement that will make it seem like you are driving a whole different car. With the ability to fine-tune the caster & camber independent of one another, this uniquely designed set of plates is a no-brainer for improving your Fox Body.
Features & Benefits:
- Laser-Cut from High-Grade Alloy Steel
- Black Powdercoated Finish
- Wider Range of Camber Adjustment
- Allows for Adjustment of Caster Separately
- Significantly Improves Suspension Performance
- Smoother Handling Performance
- Properly Aligns Front Tires
- Boost in Grip when Corning
- Upgraded Straight-Line Stability
- Restores Bump Travel
- Reduces Possibility of Bending
- Spherical Bearing Eliminates Deflection
- Increase in Strength & Durability
- Bolt-on Installation
- Made in the USA
These caster camber plates from Maximum Motorsports will significantly improve the overall suspension and handling performance on your 1990-1993 Mustang. Maximum Motorsports' innovative design allows you adjust the caster and camber independent of one another so you can get the exact alignment that you are looking for.
These plates allow for a much wider range of camber adjustment which will correctly align your Mustang's front tires, and make for a more even tire wire. Adjusting the camber setting will also allow for a better front grip when you decide to hit those corners. This camber adjust will also allow you to restore and even increase the bump travel on your Mustang. The fact that these plates will let you adjust the caster at all is a significant upgrade as normally, they aren't adjustable. Increasing your caster will improve your Mustang's straight-line stability and grip when you are working the handling on your Pony hard.
Each plate is laser-cut from a high-grade alloy steel. The strength increase that is provide from this higher-quality steel will reduce any possibility of bending. These plates also include a spherical bearing mount that will eliminate any deflection and help locate the strut shaft within your suspension assembly. Each plate is 100% made in the USA and comes with a durable black powdercoated finish to help prevent any future rust or corrosion. An easier bolt-on installation for these plates will require zero cutting or drilling to mount onto your Fox Body Mustang.
Many brands claim to have the highest quality and the best design, which translates to the best performance on the track. However few have the patents to prove how well engineered their parts are like Maximum Motorsports. CJ Pony Parts offers dozens of aftermarket Mustang parts from Maximum Motorsports that truly are the best on the market.
Go ahead and order this Maximum Motorsports Caster Camber Plates for your 1990, 1991, 1992 or 1993 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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They use a heavy duty steel plate. In the center here is a Teflon lined steel bearing. This is where your struts actually going to mount. It's going to be a much higher performance mount for your strut. Then again, you've got full control over your caster and camber adjustment. Maximum includes all the hardware necessary for installation including spacers for mounting the strut. By spacing the strut up higher, you're going to increase bump travel which is very important on a lowered car so you don't have some bump steer issues. For this installation you'll need a lift and a jack, or a jack and jack stands, 3/8 ratchet, 9/16 socket, 17 millimeter socket, 18 millimeter socket, 3/4 socket, a short extension, 1/2-inch impact or ratchet, 18 millimeter socket, 21 millimeter socket, 24 millimeter socket, torque wrench, 9/16 wrench, 18 millimeter wrench, 21 millimeter wrench, 24 millimeter wrench, 6 millimeter allen key, drill, 5/32 drill bit, and safety glasses.
First step in the process is get the car off the ground and remove our front wheels. Then we're going to remove the caliper, remove everything else we have to so we can remove the original strut. You want to safely support it out of the way. Now before you remove the strut, you want to put a jack underneath the control arm to support it. There's a spring cylinder that springs under a lot of tension. Now we can remove the strut and slightly lower it down to get it off the car. Now we're going to move up top and remove the strut nut so we can remove the strut itself. With the strut removed, now we can remove all the factory strut mount components. Start with these 3 nuts. As usual we're going to show you one side because the installation is going to be the same on the other side. There is one difference you may run into, our car does have it. In some cases this plate here may have a single rivet in the back. Just grab a drill and drill out the rivet.
We're going to start the installation by putting bump stop on the original dust boot. In our case, we are actually upgrading to new struts as well, so we'll install them onto our new KONI STR.T. You want to have the lipped portion facing upward. Down out of the way. Take one of the provided zip ties and tie it on. We can put that aside. Now we can start assembling the plate itself. These pieces, the actual plates, are side specific. They are labeled in the packaging. Make sure you have the correct side. The round offset hole is going to be offset toward the back, so then this is the right one for the driver side. Take the bearing plate, the maximum motorsports logo will face forward. That's going to sit just like that. I'll secure that with 2 washers, 2 of the nylon nuts. Make sure they're on enough they don't fall off. We're not going to tighten them just yet.
Now we're going to install the lower plate on the car before we put the upper assembly into place. This is going to come in from the bottom. 2studs in the front slot and one in the back here. Okay, once you have this in, it's supposed to move freely back and forth. In our case, it doesn't. We're going to have to basically grind these holes, just open them up a little bit, so it moves freely. Okay, now you can see ours moves freely. Now we're ready for the next step. Up and in place, now we're going to install washers. Those will sit right on the metal shock tower. Then the 1/2-inch spacers. I can grab our plate assembly. Put that just carefully down into place for now. Install 3 more washers, then finally the nuts on top. Our assembled struts are ready to go back into the car now. You're going to take one small spacer, one large spacer, then put it up from the bottom through the bearing plate.
Now the strut through the bearing plate, same thing up top. Small washer, large washer, and then the nut. The strut hanging loosely, now we can reconnect the spindle. Okay, final step down here is to reinstall the caliper. You want to move the plate around and get it roughly in the middle of adjustment. Obviously you're going to need an alignment once you have this done, but get it in the middle which usually gets you safe enough to drive the car. Okay, I've got them snug. Before we tighten them down, we're going to tighten the strut nut. Now we're going to torque our larger nuts to 65 foot pound, and the small ones to 32. You'll want to repeat the process on the other side, and your installation is finished. The maximum motorsports caster camber plate is going to provide a much better mount for our strut, and best of all they're going to allow us to really dial in our alignment because the adjustments in the caster and camber. Speaking of alignment, once you install these, an alignment is absolutely necessary, and something you'll want to get done immediately before even driving the car if possible.
Overall the installation is going to take you around 2 hours, be back on the road in no time.