I haven't got my engine in yet, but the mm k-members fitment to the chassis, is top notch. Their tech support could use some help though. I have called them a couple different times, and depending on who you get, can be helpful or you just want to beat the person on the other side of the phone. Griggs stuff is nice as well, as is kbrown, but they are both priced to high for what you get.
Get the package.
You need CC plates, control arms, coil-over kit, etc.
I have their stuff on my car. For RR / Auto-X / and street duty on crappy Michigan roads, their stuff is the most durable by far.
Read their Tech section and install instructions. Tons of good info there. With all that being said: These guys are honeybadgers. They don't give a CHIT about how your other parts might interact with theirs!! Another reason to get their package. Don't try to pick and choose to save a few bucks.
I apologize if I am in the wrong discussion. Thank you for allowing me to join. Can anyone identify this for me? My husband passed and I was left with tons of mustang parts. I have done searches and came up with nothing. Thank you in advance.
It's been a long time since I've posted on The Corral, but find myself back after about 13 years.
Over the last several years, a few friends and I have been racing in an endurance road racing series. We started out with a 300ZX, and after a few years split off and formed another team running a...
I'm likely picking up a used long block within the next week and the oil pan it's coming with is the Moroso 20511. I'm sure it's an improvement over my stock pan. (I'd hope) Just want to verify among the turn'n crowd it's good to go as it's way easier to pull a pan on an engine stand than it is...
I bought a roller with the sway bar brackets cut off. Terrible... i know.
I want to fix this, and ordered sway bar bracket replacements from LMR a couple years ago.
How do I know what the stock location of the brackets was? Any tips on getting this back on?
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