The tower export brace is the main component group of the system and is generally installed first if done in stages. Triangular bracing from the firewall to the top of the shock towers is created and eliminates distortion of the inner-fenderto-firewall attachment points. The adjustable length radius rods greatly simplify installation compared to single piece stamped or welded designs which may require additional work to achieve a proper fit. Access for engine maintenance simply requires removal of the button head fasteners securing the rod ends at each bracket. The firewall bracket utilizes four existing mounting holes along the firewall/cowl seam and requires three additional holes to be drilled through the firewall. An aluminum backup support plate is installed on the interior side of the firewall helping to distribute loads away from the mounting hardware. Shock tower plates use existing mounting locations and can be used with factory style suspension as well as our front coilover suspension system. Each plate features a shock absorber clearance hole allowing the shock crossbar and shaft to pass through. The factory shock mount then mounts on top of the aluminum plate. Radius rods are 6061-T6 aluminum tubing with left and righthand threads. Left-hand threads are indicated by a knurl near the end of the tube. The overall length of the assembly can be varied by rotating the tube enabling a custom fit for every application.
Note: Does NOT fit 5.0 EFI conversions.