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New Product: Detroit Speed Quadralink Rear Suspension for the 1964.5 to 1970 Ford Mustang

By - May 24, 2013 – 9:33 amNo Comment | 801 views

Detroit Speed Quadralink Mustang Rear Suspension

Detroit Speed, based in Mooresville, NC, has announced the release of their new QUADRALink rear suspension system for the 1964 1/2 to 1970 Ford Mustang. Using the company’s patended “Swivel-Link” design, the suspension system is available to fully articulate with smooth and solid motion with no binding and without using heim joints that can be prone to excess noise and durability problems. The QUADRALink suspension system also utilizes long upper links that provide great pinion and u-joint angle control, an adjustable panhard rod that provides precise and effective rear axle lateral location during hard cornering, and an anti-roll bar powdercoated gloss black that includes end links, bushings, and mounting brackets for installation.

Retail pricing for the Detroit Speed QUADRALink rear suspension system is listed at $3,000.00.

Detroit Speed QUADRALink Rear Suspension System Features:

  • No compromises in suspension geometry
  • DSE exclusive no-bind “Swivel-Link™” technology
  • Designed to work with DSE Mustang Deep Tubs
  • DSE/JRi Aluminum body coilover shocks with ‘Detroit Tuned’ valving
  • Coilover Springs
  • Upper floor pan crossmember assembly significantly stiffens rear body and frame section
  • Long panhard rod for rear axle lateral control during hard cornering
  • Adjustable mounting points for correct geometry at different ride heights
  • Includes 1”OD x .156”wall Rear Anti-roll bar
  • Clears 3” Exhaust
  • All links powdercoated satin black

[Source: Detroit Speed]

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