QA1 Tubular K-Member for all 1979-1995 5.0L Mustangs.Replace your heavy stock K-member with one of these QA1 tubular K-members and take 28 lbs. off of your vehicle's total weight. You'll get better steering geometry, less bump steer, reduced dive under braking, and quicker straight-line performance, all thanks to the weight savings.
QA1's tubular K-members are designed from the ground up for weight savings, improved geometry and as a bolt-in swap for the factory K-member. All mounting points have been digitally indexed from new, factory K-members. Header and oil pan clearance are maximized for easier maintenance and installation. Bump steer, anti-drive and Ackerman angles have been improved for maximum performance. If the vehicle has been modified, there is a potential for tire to fender clearance issues. This k-member will change the vehicle's stance to a performance race stance!
*Will work with stock or aftermarket lower control arms.
*Can be used with factory style springs or coil over kits. Spring perches are removable for extra weight savings when using coil over kits.
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Will this work with eibach pro kit
Yes it will.
Date published: 2016-08-10
Will this product retain the factory location of the wheel in the wheel opening?
Yes it will.
Date published: 2016-06-13
Does this k member move the tires forward? I don't want any fender/wheel well issues.
No it will not move the tires forward.
Date published: 2016-01-28
is there an offset?
Yes. This K-Member is specifically designed for drag racing applications and completely change the front suspension geometry for a more aggressive and functional stance.
Date published: 2015-11-12
Does the qa1 k member use stock eng mounts or solid. Also I have 17-245 on the front. Will there be tire clearance issues using saleen style rims?
This K-Member could use either mounts. You may run into clearance issues with those tire size and wheels. This K-Member is specifically designed for drag racing applications and completely change the front suspension geometry for a more aggressive and functional stance.
Date published: 2015-10-19