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  1. UTC Universal Transmission Crossmember

    Category: Products/DVS Engineered Products

    ... proper alignment of the drivetrain at the proper 4 degree angle Adjusts to most engine/trans/front suspension combinations (Mustang II conversions, e.g.) Adjusts to allow additional header and exhaust ...
    Monday, 14 September 2009
  2. Motor Mounts

    Category: Products/DVS Engineered Products

        These motor to frame mounts are designed especially to mount a 4.6 Ford modular motor into the 67-70 Mustang chassis using the original style front suspension. These bolt in to the existing ...
    Monday, 31 August 2009
  3. IRS For Vintage Mustangs

    Category: Products/DVS Engineered Products

    ... rear suspension into the 1967-70 Ford Mustang and Cougar Late model ride and handling for your vintage Mustang! Easy bolt-in installation - no welding required. Rear wheel disc brakes! ...
    Thursday, 27 August 2009
  4. IRS Subframe Cradle Drop

    Category: Uncategorised Content

    ... ground clearance and better suspension geometry in the vintage Mustang chassis. The following is only a guideline and should only be undertaken by certified welders. Lowering the IRS cradle requires ...
    Wednesday, 20 January 2010
  5. Lowered Expectations

    Category: Uncategorised Content

    The Mustang in Black car has had two inches removed from the IRS subframe but rides at a stock ride height. This improves the suspension geometry and increases road clearance. When we first ...
    Monday, 14 September 2009
  6. Attention 65-66 Mustang Owners

    Category: Uncategorised Content

    Q. - Will your kit fit the 1965-1966 Mustang chassis? A. - YES and NO. 1965 Mustang Fastback with a 2000 Cobra R Independent rear suspension. This sweet ride is owned by fellow Hoosier Dale Irwin ...
    Monday, 14 September 2009
  7. Canton Front Sump Oil Pans Are Here!

    Category: Blog/Blog

    ... new front sump oil pan is just the ticket for most conversions that will retain the original rear steer suspension.  The Canton engine swap pan is a fully fabricated steel T-sump track proven design that ...
    Tuesday, 28 February 2006
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