Kenny Brown sells a nice one. I found no NVH penalty, and it revises geometry on lowered cars to boot: https://kennybrown.com/collections/...module-for-2005-2014-mustang-and-shelby-gt500
Wes, I don't think he meant it to be snarky and actually in the end I did decide to just replace my trashed UCA with another stock one.This is not a constructive comment. Snark is fine...if you back it up with sound reasoning or technical info. Let's be smarter than a Facebook comment thread, m'kay?
not meant to be snarky at all. I use the stock upper with FP suspension on mine. Maybe because I've always had to low buck things, I've tried to spend my money wisely. The stock trailing arm is fine for about 90% of the applications, Billy Johnson (I crew on his IMSA car BTW) likes something with a bit less deflection, probably a driving style thing. but again, the stock upper works fine for almost any application you can think of, spend that hard earned money elsewhere.This is not a constructive comment. Snark is fine...if you back it up with sound reasoning or technical info. Let's be smarter than a Facebook comment thread, m'kay?
Someplace on here I posted the old rules package for PWC, it was pure gold, I tried to find it on line recently and whoever runs PWC these days has removed, sad, because it was S197 suspension 101. If anyone downloaded it, please post it back up.I would have to say blacksheep is right. I have the roush arm in my car ( fr500c ex rehagen car) but I also changed out lower arms they are full heim jointed.also pan hard swapped for cortex watts fully jointed.so unless your going fully bearinged rear suspension not needed.
I would use the ford racing bushing in .
I also have a multimatic 3rd arm the roush arm was 1/4 of the price of multimatic arm.