SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)
SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)
SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)
SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)
SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)
SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)
SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)
SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)

SN95 / New Edge Mustang OEM+ Full Angle Kit (94-04)

Detroit Drifting Co.
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All of our Mustang steering angle components, assembled into one package!

Take your Mustang's steering angle to the next level with our OEM+ Angle Kit. This setup is one of the best values on the market for drift Mustang steering angle improvements by essentially doubling the amount of available angle compared to factory, all while maintaining an OEM look and feel to your car.

In our testing, the factory Mustang steering angle maxes out around 27*. With the addition of our OEM+ Angle Kit, your Mustang can achieve 50* + of steering angle! The kit is modular and can expand for further steering angle as your drifting skills improve by exchanging the modified OEM lower control arm with our fully fabricated high clearance OEM MAX Lower Control Arms

The full OEM+ Mustang Drift Steering Angle Kit Includes:

-Modified OEM 98-04 Steering Knuckles 

-New MOOG Front Lower Control Arms with new bushings and balljoints

-Lower Control Arm Modification Service

-1" Wheel Spacer Set 

Additional Info:

This is a bolt on solution that requires little to no trimming of your front bumper for additional wheel clearance like some other kits. Trimming of the front K-Member is required at the spring perch area, and as such coil over front suspension is highly recommended. Sway bar provisions are removed from the lower control arm with our modification and sway bar removal is recommended for maximum angle. 600 Lb/In or 12k front springs are recommended to offset this. 

Steering Knuckle Modification:

This service takes factory steering knuckles to the next level by adding significantly more steering angle while also increasing the steering quickness. All knuckles are media blasted, cut, ground, and fit into a jig before being TIG welded by our experienced fabricators, and come painted black. Our modified knuckle geometry is set up to provide a small amount of positive Ackerman (toe out) at lock. Through our experience and testing, we have found that this provides the best combination of steering feel, angle, and grip.
Core Exchange Program:
No Cores Required!!
We previously offered a knuckle core exchange program, but have recently discontinued this for the SN95 / New Edge. It was honestly a hassle for us to explain how it worked, and most customers never sent us cores anyway. Instead, we have decided to sell our kits at a slightly higher cost, but we take on the hassle of sourcing cores to keep build times down. We only use 98-04 knuckles to modify for our kits, which utilizes the geometry that we prefer for our kits.
Tie Rod Drilling Option:
Using the drop-down menu, you can select to have us drill out the tapered tie rod attachment hole in the knuckle to accommodate aftermarket bump-steer kits that utilize straight through-bolt attachment. 5/8" is the most common sizing used for bump steer kits that do require the knuckles to be drilled, but customers should confirm the hardware requirements of their particular kit before selecting this option. Please contact us for sizing that is not listed. Selecting to have us drill your knuckles is beneficial since we can perform this modification by fixturing the tie rod boss in a mill and drilling them prior to welding. This facilitates robust fixturing to ensure a clean, accurate, round hole to be drilled (compared to drilling by hand after welding).

Lower Control Arm Modification Service:

We start with brand new MOOG SN95 style lower control arms, and clearance them for more articulation of the tie rod. After we clearance the factory arms, a gusset plate is TIG welded into position to reinforce the balljoint area. The arms are pocketed specifically for tie rod clearance of OEM balljoints and aftermarket bump steer kits. 

Disclaimer/Terms of use: This product/service is intended for off-road / track use only. Detroit Drifting Company LLC assumes no liability and will be held harmless for any injury, damages, or loss to persons or property resulting from the use of these products.

Built to order. Shipping lead time is about 3-6 weeks.