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New Product: Shelby Track Pack for the S197 Mustang

By Drew Phillips - June 29, 2012 – 10:29 am2 Comments | 1,285 views

Shelby Track Pack

Shelby Performance Parts have announced a new Track Pack suspension system for the 2005+ Mustang and 2007+ Shelby GT500. Designed to provide a substantial increase in performance on a road course, this premium suspension system includes single-adjustable Koni coilovers, rear lower control arms with relocation brackets and a watts-linkage system. The coilovers feature an integrated caster/camber plates that allow for +/- 2.5 degrees of adjustment as well as an off-set housing that allows for the fitment of 10.5-inch wide wheels and 315 tires, while the watts-linkage uses an adjustable pivot point and upgraded differential.

Shelby also offers several add-on options to the Track Pack for those customers that want to upgrade their Mustangs further. Double-adjustable coilovers ($299.00), upgraded sway bars ($399.99), adjustable sway bar end links ($159.95) and a bumpsteer kit ($159.95) are all available.

Retail pricing for the Shelby Track Pack is listed at $4,899.99.

[Source: Shelby Performance Parts]




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2 Comments »

  • Brandon says:

    Hmm, those look like re-badged CorteX Racing parts to me. I knew I recognized that watts link!

  • EL SHELBY says:

    That’s because it is the CorteX kit. Shelby Performance has contracted with CorteX. Shelby Performance does not have the ability to develop parts such as this in a time frame that the market demands and why invest in developing a better mouse trap when you can leverage external manufactures that have already developed the most optimal trap. You pay a premium for the Shelby branding but for many Shelby owners it worth the cost. Shelby Performance states they thoroughly evaluate all parts they offer, both those developed in house and those provided by outside sources. I’m excited to see Shelby Performance offer the CorteX kit under Shelby’s brand.

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