Ridetech Level 2 Complete Coilover Suspension System for 1965-1966 Mustangs.Ridetech doesn't just sell air suspension. They have become a quick leader in the industry by offering all types of suspension parts and kits. Ridetech coilovers provide the ultimate ride quality, handling performance and simplicity. HQ (Handling Quality) shocks are a step up from the RQ (Ride Quality) shocks. HQ shocks feature a different internal design and adjustability. A knob contains 26 clicks for you to adjust between a soft or firm ride. Updating the rear suspension is a full bolt-on 4-link setup. Front suspension geometry is correct with Ridetech's TruTurn front suspension system.
- HQ Coilover Kit
- TruTurn Front Suspension
- Bolt-on 4-Link Rear Suspension
Superior fade free performance and great ride quality comes from the mono-tube shock construction. A 1.834" piston dampens suspension travel when moved by a 5/8" chrome shock shaft. Oil leakage is eliminated by use of a double sealed rod guide with a dust cover. Easy adjustment comes from a height adjuster equipped with a unique clamp and finer threads. There is no set screw to ruin threads on the shock body. Includes CNC machined billet hardware and 1/2" bore x 1" kevlar lined bearings for noise free operation.
Ridetech uses high quality 2-1/2" coil springs made right in Indiana by HyperCo. HyperCo uses CNC'd cold wound high tensile premium steel. This lessens weight, resists bowing and increases travel. Ridetech engineers the spring rates to help your car handle to the best of its abilities.
The Mustang's suspension geometry is very bad from the factory and Ridetech employs it's TruTurn front suspension to correct this problem. With this kit you will have clearance to run up to a 245mm tire and 17x8 or 18x8 wheels with a 5-1/2" backspacing. Ridetech was able to achieve 0.000" bumpsteer through 5" of travel with the installation of their TruTurn kit.
TruTurn Kit Includes:
- Steering Arms
- Drag link bracket
- Tie Rod Assemblies
Overall taller spindles improve camber gain for great turning. Steering arms are designed to eliminate bumpsteer, improve ackerman angle and allow clearance for up to an eight inch wide wheel with 5-1/2" backspacing. Tie rod assemblies integrate with your new steering arms and center link to provide a true bolt-on steering system. The inner tie rod ends are relocated with a drag link bracket that bolts onto your OEM drag link which minimizes bumpsteer. Both upper and lower StrongArms (control arms) incorporate adjustable spherical bearings for stability and dropped cross shaft to improve camber gain.
Ridetech's bolt-on 4-link setup typically lowers a Mustang's ride height by approximately two inches. Lowering the vehicle's center of gravity helps prevent body roll for better handling and cornering performance. This new stance will give your Mustang a great look while lowering the car and increasing handling aspects. The 4-link bars offer more precise positioning of the rear axle to eliminate flexing and increase stability through corners. Standard polyurethane bushings fight deflection while decreasing a harsh ride and road noise.
*Ridetech tall spindles are only compatible with GM A/F body brake systems.
Similar Mustang PartsMore Restomod Suspension
Product ReviewsWrite a review
If I install this system I can't use my current front brake setup. So how do I order a brake system for an A/F body car and then tell them I'm going to use it on a 1966 mustang. Are there brake line adapters and what about wheel offset?
You will need to purchase a brake kit for a camaro or firebird. With this kit you will have clearance to run up to a 245mm tire and 17x8 or 18x8 wheels with a 5-1/2" backspacing. You can source brake line adapters from a local parts store if needed.
Date published: 2016-06-22
I have the unisteer power steering system on my1966 mustang. Is this system compatible with that setup?
Yes this will be able to use a rack and pinion steering, although you may need different outer tie rods, you wont know until it is installed.
Date published: 2016-06-22
Are there any rack pinon steering for suspension kit
This suspension kit uses a drag link bracket that bolts onto your oem draglink to relocate the inner tie rod end to minimize bumpsteer, so a rack and pinion is not needed.
Date published: 2016-03-24
You Might Also Like
/** * Cases for simple product that is not on sale */ ?>CJ's Low Price:$8,250.00
/** * Cases for simple product that is not on sale */ ?>CJ's Low Price:$7,500.00
/** * Cases for simple product that is not on sale */ ?>CJ's Low Price:$10,750.00