Last updated June 25, 2005
Here are a few shots of the driver side suspension and brakes. You can clearly see the TCP upper and lower control arms, the TCP coil-over shock and the TCP strut rod. The brakes in this shot are Stainless Steel 12" rotors with PBR 2-piston calipers. You can also see the front anti-sway bar if you look closely. I got the 1" anti-sway bar and Midolyne bushings from Canadian Mustang.
This is a shot of the power rack and the way it hooks up to the tilt column.
Here are a couple of shots of the TCP power rack.
The first pic here is the rear 5/8" Stam-Bar anti-sway bar hookup on the passenger side. This setup is totally adjustable and hooks up pretty much oposite of the "normal" anti-sway bar.
The second pic is a closeup of the frame mount point of the Stam-Bar.
The third pic is a closeup of the Stam-Bar linkage and it's associated attaching point hardware.Stam-Bar installation tip: Remember that if you lower the back of the car you need to shorten the links an equal amount to avoid contact with the wheel well on hard bumps. I forgot this step initially and have the scars back there to prove it.
Here you can see the Competition Engineering Slide-A-Link traction bar and the 5-leaf mid-eye srpings. This was a bit of an adventure to install since they had just come out with the product and had never run into to mid-eye leafs. We had to shave .5" off of the poly bushings to get things to work.