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I would like to know the shipping dimensions and weight of these connectors.
I would also like to know if they will fit a 98 svt cobra and what will be the modifications that i have to make for them to fit.
Asked by Federico P. from Miami | Comment 0 0
The package dimensions are 62"x6.5"x6.5" and it weighs 21lbs. They will indeed fit your 1998 Cobra, but the cross member brackets will need to be trimmed for clearance.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
The easiest sub-frame connectors to install yourself would be the Bolt in sub-frame connectors. For your car a good choice would be the BBK-2543 you will have to remove some of your factory bracing for installation but this would be a great do-it yourself kit. If you look up the product on our site, there is also a link to the installation instructions there as well for you to view.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
I'm not sure of the exact measurement. By I can be sure of a few things. They fit perfect and are holding up quite well. I'm putting down just a tick shy of 500 hp. I also have some sticky tires with a manual tranny and I launch anywhere from 3500 to 4500 RPMs and I have yet to have any issues regarding stress cracks or any other issues.
Answered by Jamie T. from Mandeville | 1 Comments 0 0
I'm trying to remember how I installed them because it's been a while. I do know that I had the torque boxes reinforced before I installed the subframe connectors. The parts for the torque box reinforcements are separate from the parts included with the subframe connectors. To do it right you should purchase the upper and lower torque box reinforcement kit and install them first.
Answered by Jamie T. from Mandeville | Comment 0 0
I have a 94 gt its pretty much stock but i am modding it slowly. Im curious if these are pointless for me to get since its a stock car ? Are they really only meant for a hi horsepower setup or can i benefit at any level with these. And also are they fully able to be bolt on or is some welding required no matter what ?
Asked by Nathaniel A. from natchitoches | Comment 0 0
Sub-frame connectors are always a good idea for any uni-body car. It will improve the overall strength of the body structure and help reduce the amount of flex that the structure goes through during routine driving. These full length sub-frame connectors will require welding for installation but will be a great upgrade for you in the long run.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | 2 Comments 0 0
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