I'm bringing this thread back to life since I now find myself in a similiar situation. My mods are in my sig, but basically a mod-motor swap in a fox with (now) a full griggs front suspension. The problem I ran into with dropping the 03 cobra motor into the fox was I needed to remove the inboard mounted (stock fox) sway bar mounts for the motor to fit (specifically the AC compressor on pass side and altenator on the drivers side.
So the problem is I can't use the stock style fox swaybar. I originally thought I could fab up a 'drop' bracket to lower the fox swaybar and then use shorter ends links; I neglected to think about the ground clearance thanks to the lovely fox swaybar design. So I'm back to square one and wonder if any more information is available from what started above.
I see a few ways to progress, basically either using a 94+ swaybar and 'making it work' or going a full custom route by using aftermarket parts available, like circletrack components, etc. I would rather use the stock style components.
Now, when I think, other than control arm length, the fox and SN95 platforms share several key dimensions, I don't see why a SN95 up swaybar would not work. Does anyone know (for sure) if the 03/04 sway bar is different (arm length, not 'rate')...perhaps that could be the answer I need and Ford has already solved.
Any light shedding on this would be great! Thanks Corral!
91' Modularfox Coupe powered by 2003 cobra motor, TKO, Moser 9" rear, GRIGG's GR40 suspension, Wilwood 6-pistons (front) & 4-pistons (rear).