These K-Members are designed to use the OE style mounting system so you will be able to use the stock motor mounts you have. AS far as the performance part of your question I'm not entirely sure what you are asking. It is lighter weight than the factory k-member which will improve 1/4 mile times due to the weight reduction but other than that there should be no other changes to the performance of your vehicle.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
I installed this k-member on my 2004 mustang gt convertible I notice every time I accelerate the front left side of the car vibrates I've change the inner & outer tie rods I even got a wheel alignment and new wheel hub but it still vibrates I did notice the control arm bushings are worn could this be causing the vibration & popping sounds I'm having? I appreciate all the advice
Asked by Jason R. from Rodriguez | Comment 0 0
If those bushings are worn enough to allow slack then that can certainly cause vibrations you would typically feel in the steering wheel. I would also ensure your wheel/tires are properly balanced and a tire is not out of round.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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