65-70 Mustang bolt-on coil-overs
The Vector Series™ front coil over spring conversion kit for ’65-’70 Mustangs. A true bolt-on kit, the Vector Series™ does not require any permanent modification to your vehicle. The life-long aluminum shocks included are completely rebuildable and totally adjustable so you that can change the dampening with the twist of a dial. Kits offer multiple spring rates to choose from to customize your ride quality. Vector Series™ kits also utilize the stock control arms keeping them much more affordable than other coil over kits on the market. Additional benefits of the kit include: Easily adjustable ride height while on the vehicle; Lighter weight; No modifications necessary – kits bolt on using existing mounting locations and keep the factory control arms. Kits come complete with clear instructions and all of the mounting hardware necessary to replace your factory springs with the fully adjustable Vector Series™ coil over suspension kit.
Adjustable shocks have dials on the side of the shock body that allow you to adjust the shock valving to softer or stiffer settings (so the car rides softer or stiffer).
Two spring rates are available 450 and 550 in/lb.
Simple Bolt-on performance
To add a fourth column, reduce the size of these three columns using the right icon of each block. Then, duplicate one of the column to create a new one as a copy.
Uses stock control arms
Adapt these three columns to fit you design need. To duplicate, delete or move columns, select the column and use the top icons to perform your action.
Improves your handling
You choose how soft or how stiff you want your ride, so you can get out there and have "Fun in Every Corner"!
Vector Stage Kit
All that you need for speed!
Why does my F-150 handle better than my pony car?
We had similar questions so we came up with the Vector Series Stage Kit
Why Stage Kits?
It is a fair question, why buy a complete stage kit? All of us want noticeable results for spending our money on our cars. For some it is appearance, we want our ride noticed, or we want that look which expresses our personality. For others it is the esoteric “feel” of how the car handles. Many owners of beautiful classics, which really turn heads, are appalled at how poor the car drives, they just aren’t very fun to drive. This is especially true after owning a modern car. Why is this so? Think about the world forty or more years ago when our classics were new, would you be satisfied looking at a television set of that vintage, even if it had a beautiful real wood grained cabinet? Probably not, but if you were hooked on the looks of the wood cabinetry you might strip out the old electronics with its glass picture tube and replace it with a wide screen HD set, and maybe add a BlueRay player and surround sound while you're at it. The same is true of our classics and the suspension under that awesome iconic looking body. The style and look is what usually attracts us to a vintage car, and then we drive it; what a disappointment!
“So where is this going?”, some may be asking. The stage kit is the quick path to modernizing your gorgeous ride. In the TV analogy the upgrade involved multiple components to get the job done. The same is true of stage kits. They include a stepped approach where we can increase the aggressiveness of the suspension to meet our needs. This is done with proper spring rates, shock selection and sway bar choice as well as getting rid of that ancient clunky steering box. All the components are engineered, designed and selected to work in harmony with each other to give a marked improvement in handling and performance and to really bring out the crisp point-and-go feel we need when we drive. Yeah...now it’s fun to drive! Just like you wouldn’t add an old VCR to an HD set, you don’t want to “shot gun” a solution to better drivability with a half done, partial result that will not deliver what you expect or need.
Look over the stage kits, decide how you want to drive and select the one right for your preference. Everything needed is there, it’s an all “bolt on” installation so you won’t trash your chassis with cutting, drilling or welding. You will not believe the difference it will make, just like watching Star Wars on an old clubby ‘60s TV, then switching to High Definition; get the picture?