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Saleen debuts Speedlab Mustang with upcoming parts at the PRI Show

By - December 10, 2010 – 1:59 pmNo Comment | 4,425 views

2010 Saleen Speedlab Mustang

After debuting several new carbon fiber body components and new wheels at SEMA earlier this year, Saleen is continuing their rollout of new Speedlab parts for the 2010+ Mustang by unveiling their upcoming suspension components at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) show this week. Saleen is featuring the new parts on a one-off test car built by the company that has been used to test out upcoming products. “It’s a vehicle built to test our Saleen suspension parts on the track,” Saleen’s Michael Timarac told us. “The car is both a test bed and showcase of upcoming parts.”

The new parts are an indication that Saleen will be serious about offering hardcore enthusiast parts to customers in the future. The car features products like adjustable suspension components, larger brakes with carbon ceramic pads, and lightweight wheels. You can see a list of the upgraded parts on the Speedlab Mustang below.

2010 Saleen Speedlab Mustang Features:

  • American Racing headers
  • Bridgestone RE-11 305/30/19 tires front and rear
  • Ford Racing differential cover
  • Saleen SR racing wheels by Forgeline, 19×10.5 front and rear
  • Saleen 15-inch 6-piston front brakes
  • Saleen adjustable panhard bar
  • Saleen adjustable pinion bushing
  • Saleen adjustable rear control arms
  • Saleen anti-life/dive and caster kit
  • Saleen Borla exhaust system
  • Saleen carbon ceramic track-only brake pads
  • Saleen front control arm bushings
  • Saleen front single chassis brace
  • Saleen front triangulated chassis brace
  • Saleen rear chassis brace
  • Saleen strut tower brace
  • Saleen track coilovers with camper plates
  • Saleen swaybars with adjustable endlinks
  • Saleen insulated cold air intake



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