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94venom
08-12-2003, 01:48 PM
Being a "newbie" on this board, I have posted this question in the 5.0 tech section, and did so before I found this section dedicated to suspension. I have a 94 Cobra in need of help. I have a need of subframe connectors (or something) to stop roof wrinkles. I have added a strut tower brace, and it has helped slow down the "growth" of the wrinkles, but it did not stop it. Summitt and Steeda both have told me that they do not have any type of subframes that will work with side exit exhaust (SVO style). Is there somewhere else I need to look? Any advice is appreciated.

Calvin_1976
08-12-2003, 02:26 PM
What about in the floor subframe connectors? Either DIY or Griggs.

94venom
08-12-2003, 02:29 PM
I am not familiar with in the floor? Do they bolt onto the bottom of the floor pan? What are some websites that I could check? Thanks for the info!

Calvin_1976
08-12-2003, 02:36 PM
Check out these links.

Griggs kit (I think) http://www.dariusrudis.com/mustang/subframes/

DIY http://people.ucsc.edu/~kbrandt/mustang/InternalSFC.shtml

GUMBALL
06-29-2004, 01:39 PM
Being a "newbie" on this board, I have posted this question in the 5.0 tech section, and did so before I found this section dedicated to suspension. I have a 94 Cobra in need of help. I have a need of subframe connectors (or something) to stop roof wrinkles. I have added a strut tower brace, and it has helped slow down the "growth" of the wrinkles, but it did not stop it. Summitt and Steeda both have told me that they do not have any type of subframes that will work with side exit exhaust (SVO style). Is there somewhere else I need to look? Any advice is appreciated.
Kenny Brown makes an "Extreme Matrix System" that consists of subframes, matrix braces and jacking rails. Unfortunately, to install them, the side pipes must be temporarily removed, as these are a weld-on.

Levi
06-29-2004, 01:55 PM
Kenny Brown makes an "Extreme Matrix System" that consists of subframes, matrix braces and jacking rails. Unfortunately, to install them, the side pipes must be temporarily removed, as these are a weld-on.

Yea and I am also going with the Dr.Gas SpinTech side exit exhaust. Should be awesome. :cool: