Agent 47 Double A Arm Suspension

Discussion in '94-95 5.0 - Specific' started by Justin_Bradley, Apr 13, 2007.

  1. Justin_Bradley

    Justin_Bradley New Member

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    I've never posted a poll, so I figured this a decent excuse to do so...

    I was reading the tech articles on 5.0 Mustang and Super Fords' website and came across an article about a pretty trick roll cage that they installed. The manifacturer was Agent 47, a company I'd never heard of. So I was looking around their site, and turns out they have some pretty dope stuff, one being a cockpit controlled adjust on the fly rear wing that is controlled by a compressor and air tank, similar to an air suspension. However, I was most interested in this:

    http://www.agentfortyseven.com/suspension/suspension.html

    It converts the standard modifed-McPherson strut type front suspension on 1994-2004 Mustangs to a double A-Arm setup similar to what is found on competition vehicles at the highest levels of competition (FORMULA 1, CART, FIA, GT1, NASCAR, etc.). Now I don't see this doing anything for a drag car, but it seems that an AutoCross or Open Track machine would benefit greatly from this amazing engineering feat. I want it simply for the "COOL" and "WOW" factor it would get at car shows and the midnight spot. It comes with a-arms, coilovers, heim joints (???Double A-Arm version of ball joints???), k-member, tie rod ends, sway bar ends, ball joints, and all hardware. I think that you can use the stock spindles and sway bar. Best of all, it can be adjusted for ride height, castor, camber, shock bound and rebound.

    I have sent them an email to get a price quote, as they don't have it posted on the site, and will relay that information to this thread as soon as I get it back.

    So, answer the poll based on what your intial reaction to it is. You may vote more than once.
     
  2. d_punch

    d_punch Active Member

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    look under price guide it's listed for $2495.00
     
  3. Justin_Bradley

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    It wasn't listed before... hmmmmm....