There is no lack of aftermarket options when it comes to tubular front K-members for your late-model Mustang, and sorting out the differences and fitments can be a long, tedious process involving hours of Internet searches, phone calls and more. Maximum Motorsports has been in the late-model Mustang game since
New, big-bore rear-wheel cylinders from Maximum Motorsports improve braking in drum-brake 1979-1993 Mustangs by shifting brake bias towards the rear of drag cars running slicks, front skinnies, nine-inch rear drums, and factory front discs. These larger-bore cylinders cleverly capitalize on the stopping potential of a drag car's large, sticky rear tires.
By Greg Acosta Photos Courtesy of Power by the Hour In our world of high-performance, there are some things that don’t get the recognition they deserve. Generally, safety equipment isn’t flashy; it doesn’t make the car faster, and is something that can hinder the cars drivability on the street. Unfortunately, that means
Maximum Motorsports has developed an inexpensive brake-line kit that simplifies swapping the Mustang Cobra independent rear suspension into most Fox Mustangs. Precision-formed hard lines eliminate any bending, cutting, or flaring. Fittings are perfectly positioned to attach the original Fox rear hard line to either the stock Cobra IRS brake hoses