SVE Drag Wheel Track Pack
SVE Drag Wheel Track Packs are kits designed to get your 1994-1998 Mustang ready for the drag strip. This kit has everything from our Chrome SVE Drag Wheels and tires to high quality suspension components to get your SN-95 launching harder and improve your ETAs at the track. This kit lowers your ride height, stiffens your suspension, adds safety features, and gives your Mustang a sinister new look.
High Quality Parts
The parts in this kit were hand selected to provide your 1994-1998 Mustang with the best handling performance available. Each part is made from top names in the industry to provide you with high quality aftermarket parts for your SN-95.
15x3.75 SVE Drag Wheel (94-10 Mustang) 17x4.5 SVE Drag Wheel (94-14 Mustang)
Rear Drag Wheels
15x10 SVE Drag Wheel (94-04 Mustang & 05-14 Mustang)
They come in three unique finishes, dark stainless, chrome & black, to ensure you have still have killer looks while sitting in line at the drag strip. Best of all these wheels clean up easily with a simple wipe down with a microfiber towel and detailing spray. No more polishing drag wheels all night before the races!!
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Jmac: If you have a straight-line oriented Mustang, then you need a set of our SVE drag wheels. The one-piece cast aluminum construction allows for less rotational and unsprung weight over most street wheels, and the 5 on 4 and 1/2 inch bolt pattern accepts OE-type acorn lug nuts. Finishes available are gloss black, chrome, and hypercoat. They're available individually, as well as already mounted up and balanced in a wheel and tire kit.
Rear sizes are 15 by 10. Front sizes are 15 by 3 and 3/4, and 17 by 4 and 1/2, with offsets to fit your '94 to 2014 Mustang. And don't worry, any of you Fox guys that have a five lug conversion, the '94 to '04 style will work just fine for you. Check out the product page on our website for specific fitment notes, as well as any restrictions. And stop on off at latemodelrestoration.com before your next trip to the drags to pick up a set of these SVE drag wheels for your Mustang.
Video: Mustang Rear Control Arm Installation (SVE)
Published on 2013-09-16
Installation of the tubular SVE rear control arms for 79-04 Mustangs will greatly reduce wheel hop. They are also a great replacement for high mileage worn out factory control arms. Installation can be done in your driveway with a few simple hand tools. Don't let your performance get robbed by a worn out and weak rear suspension. Upgrade to our performance rear controls arms.
Available in red and black finishes. Exclusively from LatemodelRestoration.com!
By now, I'm sure you've seen our promotional video on why are '79 to '04 SVE rear control arms are head and shoulders above the rest. Here's why you need to replace them. Because the stock control arms are flimsy and stamped, and after a measly 100,000 miles on this '04 GT, the bushings were completely dry rotted and beat out of the control arms. We're going to show you step by step on how to put these on your '79 to '04.
Support your Mustang in the air and remove the rear wheels. Pry the ABS sensor wire if equipped from the retaining bracket. Remove the rear sway bar attaching bolts and set the sway bar aside. Support the rear of the lower control arm with a jack, and remove the axle side retaining bolt. Lower the jack, let the control arm swing down, and remove the spring.
Remove the body side control arm bolt and remove the stock control arm. Clean the axle and body side mounting surfaces, and apply the supplied grease to them, as well as the control arm bushings. Slide the body into the control arm into place and loosely install the retaining bolt. Install your lower spring isolator, slide your spring in the place, and swing the control arm up.
Use the jack to raise and position the control arm in the axle, and loosely install the blot. Jack up the complete rear axle until the suspension is compressed, and tighten both rear lower control arm bolts. Repeat these steps for the other side.
Remove one upper control arm at a time by removing the two retaining bolts. Slide the stock arm out, and clean the body mounting area. Loosely install the body side bolt, and swing the control arm down over the axle bushing, and loosely install axle side bolt. Repeat for the other side.
Jack up the complete rear axle until the suspension is compressed, and tighten all the upper control arm bolts. Remove the nut clips from the sway bar and slide them over the control arm. Install the forward two bolts loosely and swing the sway bar up into place. Slide the rear retaining bolts through the E-brake cable brackets and tighten down all sway bar bolts.
These control arms are available in a red or black powder coat. And because of the sturdy construction and urethane bushings, it'll allow you to eliminate your quad shocks and completely eliminate wheel hop. Check out latemodelrestoration.com for even more suspension options for your Mustang.
Video: Mustang Lowering Spring Installation (79-04)
Published on 2013-08-07
Adding a set of lowering springs to any Mustang is a must! Not only do you get the benefits of better handling but you also get rid of that 4x4 stance that comes on all factory Mustangs. Not all lowering springs are created the same and that was the case with Tyler's Competition Orange GT. Cheap lowering springs had him avoiding every pot-hole and speed bump he saw in fears of bottoming out. Installing a set of lowering springs on your Stang can be done in your garage and will take first time spring installers less than a couple hours to complete.
Add an awesome stance to your Fox Body, SN95 or New Edge Mustang with a set of SVE Lowering Springs. We also carry lowering springs from Eibach, Steeda, Ford Racing & BBK. Don't forget to pick up urethane spring isolators and caster camber plates to finish off your spring install.
79-93 5.0L Mustang Coupe and Hatchback (including Cobra) - 1.2" front/1.0" rear drop 94-04 4.6/5.0L Mustang hardtop - 1.5" front/1.5" rear drop 94-98 Cobra hardtop - 1.5" front/1.5" rear drop 03-04 Mach 1 hardtop - 1.1" front/1.0" rear drop 2001 Bullitt hardtop - 1.1" front/1.0" rear drop
JONATHAN MCDONALD: If you've picked up a used Mustang, more than likely it's already got a few modifications done to it. Such is the case with our '04 GT here. The previous owner installed a set of springs that did a great job of lowering the car, but it rides like crap, handling is poor, and it bottoms out if you even look at a bump. And they didn't install any caster camber plates, so the alignment's off and it's wearing the front tires.
We're going to address all of these issues with our SVE Springing Caster Camber Plate Kit. It includes a set of our '79 to '04 V8 hard-top springs, caster camber plates for either '79 to '89, '90 to '93, or '94 to '04, and a set of urethane spring isolators. This is going to greatly improve the ride quality and handling, and we'll be able to get that alignment back in spec so we're not going to be wearing out those expensive tires anymore.
You'll start by supporting your car on jack stands on all four corners and remove all four wheels.
Well, the inside of this tire was completely worn flat, it was splitting, and it's about to blow out. And this is what you want to avoid by putting caster camber plates on when you install your lowering springs. That way you can get your alignment back correct.
Remove your front sway bar end links and rotate your sway bar up out of the way. Remove your two caliper retaining bolts on one side. Slide the caliper off the rotor and remove the rotor from the hub.
Take off your ABS retaining nut, remove the retaining bolt, and slide the sensor out of the spindle. Support the lower control arm with a jack, and you can remove your strut nuts and bolts and free the spindle from the strut. Lower the jack to allow the control arm to hang, and you can remove your front spring.
Grab one of your new front springs, slide your urethane isolators leaders into place, pop your spring into the saddle, and jack up on the control arm. Remove your upper strut nut. Remove the strut from the car. With a drill, remove the rivet from the stock camber plate. And then remove the stock camber plate hardware and pull the plate off the car.
On the new SVE caster camber plates, the notch on the bolt plate goes forward. Slide the bolt plate from underneath the strut tower. Then you can slide the bearing plate on top of the strut tower. Position your slots as per the installation instructions. Install your retaining nuts.
This is a good opportunity to replace your struts if they're bad like these. If you're replacing struts, be sure to slide your rubber bumper from your old strut onto your new strut, and also transfer your dust cover. Trim the rubber on your dust cover according to the instructions if it's needed.
Install the spacer stack as per the installation instructions. Slide your strut shaft into the caster camber plate bearing and tighten the nut. Slide your spindle into the strut. Reinstall and tighten the strut hardware. Go ahead and reassemble your brakes and ABS sensor and reattach your front sway bar.
Installation of the rear springs typically only requires you to remove the lower shock bolts and allow the rear end to fully droop so you can pop out your rear springs. We took the opportunity to go ahead and install some of our SVE rear control arms. With your old springs out of the way, go ahead and pop your rear urethane isolators into place. Slide your new spring up into the spring pocket, making sure that the pigtail at the bottom of the spring is facing rearward with the face of the cut lined up in the center of the control arm. Go ahead and button up the rear, put your wheels and tires back on, and lower the car.
With just a few parts and an afternoon worth of your time, you can greatly transform the handling characteristics and ride quality of your Mustang. Keep in mind that you never know what has happened to your car before you've got a hold of it, so be prepared for anything. Also when installing one of our SVE suspension kits, it's a great time to check out our extensive suspension section at latemodelrestoration.com and pick up a new set of shocks and struts for your car.
SVE, or Special Vehicle Equipment, is your trusted source for 1979-93 Mustang Foxbody, 1994-98 Mustang SN95, 1999-04 Mustang New Edge, or 2005-present Mustang S197 performance and styling products. Buy SVE products from Latemodel Restoration Supply and receive the best value and quality, with industry-leading customer service. Whether you need Mustang wheels, Mach1 chin spoilers, control arms, subframe connectors, clutches, lowering springs, cold air intake kits, or big brake kits, SVE is the brand you should demand.
SVE and 50resto Warranty
One Year Hassle Free Replacement
SVE and 50resto products are warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for one year from date of purchase. What does this warranty cover? YOU! That’s right, whether you ordered a SVE brand Mach I grille delete or a 50resto brand light kit, if your product fails within a year of your purchase we got your back! Some conditions will apply.