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CTA-40-1000

CorteX Racing Xtreme-Grip Torque Arm System Mustang 2005-2014

$1,095.00

CorteX Racing Xtreme-Grip Torque Arm System Ford Mustang 2005 - 2014

 The CorteX Racing torque arm delivers unsurpassed corner exit and straight line grip without sacrificing cornering ability. Installation in the 2005+ Mustangs is a bolt-on affair.  The unique mounting design provides ample drive shaft clearance for most 1-piece driveshafts.  The torque arm system allow you to eliminate the factory upper 3rd link on your existing suspension which can be a significant source of noise and vibration, especially when using aftermarket upper links .  The CorteX Racing torque are is highly effective, quiet and easy to install.  You will not be disappointed!

The Xtreme-Grip torque arm is a rear suspension component that delivers unsurpassed corner exit and straight-line rear grip without sacrificing cornering ability. You can also expect a significant decrease in front-end dive under braking since the rear axle rotational loads are now applied much closer the center of gravity.

These improvements are accomplished by changing the anti-squat and anti-lift geometry of the rear suspension. When a mustang is lowered from the factory ride height the rear suspension geometry is compromised reducing rear grip under acceleration. Relocating the lower control arms pivots on the axle is a step in the right direction, however more improvement is possible. Our torque arm system allows significantly more anti-squat to be added to your mustang than with a 3 or 4 link design while still having correct rear axle roll steer. With our torque arm the rear tires are loaded more evenly than a 3-link design further maximizing traction. The more power your vehicle has the more benefit you will gain by installing our torque arm system.

Note:  If you are not buying the Xtreme-Grip watts link system along with the torque arm you will also need to purchase a Super Low Profile TA Performance rear end differential cover in order to install the torque arm.

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