Steeda Autosports Blog - Entries for January, 2012

The 2005 through 2012 Mustang is a phenomenal automobile in stock form.  But when it comes to improving their handling, most Mustang enthusiasts automatically think about installing a set of mustang lowering springs and mustang swaybars, and also swapping out their mustang upper and mustang lower control arms.  While these items will have a measurable affect on your Mustang’s performance – there is one other key element that is often ...

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It is no secret that the 2012 and 2013 Boss 302 Mustangs are outstanding performance machines from Ford Motor Company. Bred for the street and track, they are really great Mustangs that exhibit terrific driving manners and consistently reward their owner at every twist and turn they encounter.  Once the car was announced, it did not take long for the Steeda Team of Performance Engineers to thoroughly review the Boss ...

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To the average person there is probably little perceivable difference in the various control arms that are available for a Mustang today. From an exterior perspective, they share common mounting points on the chassis and rear differential of the vehicle – but from that singular point of view, there are an untold multitude of differences that are related to their design, engineering, as well as materials used in fabrication ...

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