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#3655 weight-jacker control arms

Posted Charge101 on 30 May 2012 - 12:01 AM

I ordered "555-4410 - Weight-Jackers with 3 Piece Bushings - 79-98"  for my 83GT

However, I lost my instructions and hardware(bolts)

Can you send me or  post a link to the instructions?
Can you provide a list of  hardware (bolts) that is required?

#1223 Steeda's Financing

Posted Black/Silver05 on 24 June 2008 - 11:46 AM

I have purchased many Steeda products in the past and will continue to in the future, as so, I got approved for their "financing".  After an initial approval amt. of $2,500, I asked to be approved for $8,000 which was approved.  I was in was in complete shock when I later found out that ONLY Steeda manufactured products where availiable for the financing.  I understand that Steeda's profit is substantial when they manufacture their own parts and I guess that is the reason to only allow Steeda products to be financed: more profit.  I would assume that Steeda would use some of their profit margin generated through "their" products to cushon other products they sell.  This would generate more overall cashflow substantially.  We who purchase will still buy Steeda products but why give other competitors a chance?  I figure Steeda would obviously want their products sold, but also to, as they may call it the "golden lasso" and keep current and potential clients in bed with Steeda.

#902 Steeda gets a thumbs up!

Posted silver93lx on 12 March 2008 - 09:36 AM


Mr. Frank,

I would like to thank you very much for all youre AWESOME customer service.  Steeda gets very high remarks in this situation. Im a technician and i know how important customer service is.  Youre team went above my expectations.  I sent you a shifter that you knew NOTHING about, but it was broken. You rebuilt it ABOVE my expectations as well.  The post office wouldnt accept my postage because after it was rebuilt it was sent it back to me no questions asked!!! 

The ONE AND ONLY PROBLEM I HAD was...Communications. There was NONE.  I sent a note asking to please either call or email me. I left both and i was not contacted.  I had no idea when it was being shipped back or what was wrong.  All this information was included in my package. But Poor communications. 

But i would just like to thank everyone at Steeda...keep up the good word.  I have spread the good word about youre company to all Mustang forums i am a parts of  ( and i am on ALL of them )

Thanks again

Mr. Matt Boston

#809 T-5 tri-AX

Posted silver93lx on 22 February 2008 - 11:41 PM


I have been using Tri-Ax's for a few years now and a few Mustangs. I love them and have used pro  5.0's and dont care for them.  So...

I just got a used Tri-ax from a friend. Free.  Well it needs a new handle, and i know i can buy a new one its stripped out.  But...when i am in neutral...its SUPER Sloppy.  So i would like to know if there is a rebuild kit i could buy?  Im pretty sure if i remove the 4 Allen screws there should be something in there i could replace???? Thanks alot

#630 Happy Holidays!

Posted SteedaSteve on 22 December 2007 - 09:02 AM

Happy Holidays to everyone from the whole Steeda team! We all hope everyone gets some go fast goodies for the New Year.

#3728 2011 GT Idle Surge

Posted infidex on 05 July 2012 - 02:25 PM

I have a 2011 GT Premium with Steeda CAI + 93 Oct tune.  Car is garage kept, start up car each morning, usually let it run for about a minute before I pull out of the garage.  I probably drive a quarter mile before I usually hit the first red light, when I stop I notice my RPM surge back and forth from about 500-900.  By the time I make the next red light, which is about 2 miles further, all is well.  Doesn't do it in the evenings on my way home from work but I don't have to stop at a red light until well after the engine is at full temp.

I've read about similar issues even with out a CAI, just wanting to know if this is something that was resolved in programming or if this is another issue.  My tune and CAI were installed back in March/April this year.

Should I just reload the 93 oct tune again, and follow the relearning process that is in the manual.  I think it says to turn off all accessories, start up car while engine cold, run about 10 minutes, then drive it for 10-20 miles or something along that line (dont have it in front of me).

#3708 Bolt on mods for my 2012 gt premium

Posted mwjones56 on 23 June 2012 - 01:56 PM

I would like 550-600 rwhp.Is this possible with bolt-on mods.After paying 38k for a new stang,I am a little nervous about tearing it up.What would be better,supercharger or turbocharger.I will be doing this one mod at a time(not rich you know).Thanks for your help.

#3695 2000 mustang tune

Posted sc2000gt on 09 June 2012 - 09:12 PM

in 2003 I purchased one of your vortech supercharger kits. When I installed it I sent the ECM to you to get the proper tune installed on it. I was wondering if I can purchase a hand held flash programmer to have the ability to adjust fan temp, gear ratio tire size, and change the rev limiter? Or is there a lock on the ECM that you put on it when you installed the tune on it? Thanks for the help. scott clark

#2119 Steeda race videos

Posted BlackSteeda on 14 May 2009 - 04:36 PM

Do you guys have any more "in car" racing videos?  Under the Steeda race videos category in Video Library.  I'd like to see the 2000 Steeda Mustang GT in a race!

#1628 2007 GT500 Power Pak installation video

Posted kwick6 on 01 November 2008 - 02:00 PM


We did a series of videos in partnership with Brad's Custom Auto in Seattle WA showing the installation of a Steeda Power Pak on a 2007 Shelby GT500.

The videos are in high definition: http://www.tuneyfish...hp?channelid=76

Please let us know what you guys think, any feedback would be great. 

We have a 2000 Mustang GT project car currently making 600HP and would like to feature some suspension upgrades in future episodes.

We'll be at SEMA next week announcing the launch of TuneyFish (Branded channels for businesses) and our new content partners. 

#1617 a couple of questions...

Posted thegreat on 18 October 2008 - 02:13 AM

i bought the black pentar wheels, only later to find out they werent in stock :( so i called arround, no one else had them, but one company said they had customers waiting since july!!??! I was told by the guy answering the phone they will be in stock mid next month. is this true? 2nd question: do you sell your engines? right now my only choice is ford or saleen... please say you do....

#612 Welcome to the Pitstop!

Posted SteedaSteve on 14 December 2007 - 10:38 AM

Welcome to the newest forum on the site: The Pitstop!

Feel free to post up anything within reason that's not covered by the other forums.

#3747 no logo on CAI

Posted jdgutierrez23 on 26 July 2012 - 02:29 PM

I just got my Steeda CAI for 2011 mustang V6 and i've notice that there were no logo on the heat shield or anywhere, like it was not even made my steeda. I figure maybe there is a decal that i stick to it after, but i did not find any. I hope i didn't get ripped off(but the quality compare to my old jlt is way better! i mean solid stainless steel)! btw, i got them at AM.

#3744 Springs

Posted dwkrueger on 24 July 2012 - 09:34 AM


I installed the springs on my 11' fusion sport and did not do the shocks. The suspension is super comfortable and the stance is super aggressive. I definetely recommend getting an alignment afterwards, though.

#3737 Steeda Billet Aluminum Rear Lower Control Arms

Posted SteedaBrandon on 13 July 2012 - 10:37 AM

Shoot me a PM if I can be of help with these!


These lightweight yet super strong arms reduce un-sprung weight and eliminate wheel hop. Steeda was first to market with these control arms and had them on the shelves even before the 2005+ Mustang was released thanks to our exclusive technology transfer program with Ford Motor Company. Steeda was the first to incorporate the proper design rear offset for the rear lower trailing arms.

Don't be fooled by other companies claiming to be first with this offset, yet they have only had their arms on the market a few months! Steeda's exclusive polyurethane bushing package also ensures smooth, quiet operation combined with performance. No increase in NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) with our poly bushings like competitors arms. Part number 555-4406 with a spherical bearing on one end and our exclusive poly bushings on the other is recommended for high horsepower applications and will only have a slight increase in NVH over the standard polyurethane bushing arms.

Don't settle for anything less than Steeda original innovation.

#1939 Tri-ax

Posted ped222 on 10 March 2009 - 01:03 PM

Hi, Just joined the forum. I have a steeda tri-ax shifter on my tremec 3550. When I took the shifter off to replace the clutch I found a broken piece of what looks like a spring washer. Don't know where it came from but it was under the shifter handle plate. I was wondering if there was a rebuild kit I could purchase for the shifter. Or can it be rebuilt?

#1743 Shifter stick

Posted BA Mustang on 28 December 2008 - 07:43 PM

I'm looking at buying the Tri-Ax shifter stick. I was wondering how long the stick is and if a 67 shift knob would fit the threads.

#1724 Credit app

Posted hotrodrebel87 on 17 December 2008 - 01:24 AM

Is there anyway to get my card number with out waiting for the mail just curious I'm trying to order a couple things for my wife for christmas. If so could someone please help I want to get it here as soon as I can.

#1591 shifter boot wear

Posted sam on 04 October 2008 - 09:18 AM


#1092 Factory Warranties

Posted Fbullitt on 10 May 2008 - 07:41 AM

Help! I just instaled a Super Tune Pak on my new car, and the wife is freaking that we've got a $30k car that is not covered by a warranty because I changed things. I know Steeda has disclaimers that some warraties are fine, but what IS the bottom line in this case??