By on December 17, 2013

2015 Mustang

I was there when Ford debuted its new-for-1999 Mustang Cobra with its “revolutionary” new independent rear suspension. The IRS was a first for the Ford Mustang, and it was a move that Ford’s brass believed would allow the “new edge” Cobra to compete with cars like the BMW M3 for supremacy in the budget super car market. I also remember the very first question that was asked: Will a Ford 9″ bolt in? It was the first question, right out of the box … and it seems like someone at Ford remembers. The new-for-2015 Mustang is going to hit dealers with a new independent rear suspension late next year, and it seems like Ford Racing will have a 9″ live axle option ready.
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Recent Comments

  • sgeffe: Nope! My guess is that the authors pick from decently-rated items in an Amazon search, though in fairness,...
  • sgeffe: Yeah, I can’t see “chips” going in anyplace; it’s going to be modules. I certainly hope that SRS modules are...
  • mcs: “I’d expect something in the 900s, and somehow that’s the ‘base’ model, huh.” Nope, somehow,...
  • sgeffe: Did they do this sort of thing when the handwriting was on the wall fifty years ago?
  • golden2husky: It would be awesome to have one of these. Kudos for eliminating the limit on production….

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