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New Product: Kenny Brown Extreme Matrix Kit for the 1979-2014 Ford Mustang

By - May 31, 2013 – 12:25 pmNo Comment | 686 views

Kenny Brown Extreme Matrix Kit

Kenny Brown has announced the release of their new Extreme Matrix Kit for the 1979-2014 Mustang, SVT Cobra, Boss 302 and Shelby GT500. This complete chassis support system is designed to maximize strength at the center section of the car with no loss of ground clearance and minimal addition in weight creating the most rigid subframe support system available for Late-model Mustangs.

In 1989, Kenny Brown introduced his critically-acclaimed Doublecross Subframe Connectors and focused the market in a whole new area of performance, chassis support. In 1994, Kenny released his Super Subs, an extra heavy-duty version of the original subframe connectors. Following that, Jacking Rails to further reduce chassis flex and allow for convenient jacking positions along both sides of the vehicle. To top the system off Kenny later released the Extreme Matrix Brace to act as a support “bridge” connecting the subframe connectors with the Jacking Rails at the outside of the car, through geometric triangulation to form the Extreme Matrix Kit.

The Extreme Matrix Kit is designed to fit all 1979-2014 Mustangs and is a modular system that can be added in stages, or all at once. 1979-2004 kits include Super Subs, Jacking Rails, and the Extreme Matrix Brace. 2005-2014 kits include Jacking Rails and the Extreme Matrix Brace, tying the components to the factory frame rails. All components are plated in silver zinc, and backed by a lifetime warranty on workmanship and materials.

The Extreme Matrix Kit for 1994-2014 Mustang, SVT Cobra, Boss 302 and Shelby GT500 is available through authorized Kenny Brown Performance Parts Dealers, online at www.kennybrown.com or by calling Kenny Brown Performance direct – (855) 847-4477.

[Source: Kenny Brown]

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