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Old 09-25-2015, 07:29 PM   #1
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IRS for 2014 GT

Does anyone make an IRS kit for the 2014 Mustangs? Thanks!
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Your wife called. Said something about you two don't talk enough.....about feelings especially.

For real there's no way to add it? Unless you upgrade to the Fusion 2 door?
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Any IRS setup that bolts in would be a compromise and probably would handle worse than the SAS that's in it now. If there was an easy option to improve it, ford would've done it.


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Unless you upgrade to the Fusion 2 door?
What, so you can start snapping half-shafts on hard launches?
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I was on the road yesterday (small roadtrip). I came across a 2015 Roush (GT) with L.A. plates. Not sure what stage it was but that sucker got a run on me. He was far more enjoying the corners than me. He was at a solid 150+ before he had to let off for a overpass with a turn in it. At the end of the day I am sticking with that solid in my 11'.
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I can vouch for this.

I had a 99 cobra that used a similar setup. Ford designed it so that it could bolt in from the factory without any special changes.

Wheel hop was ridiculous, even after dumping lot's of money into the suspension.

This was actually one of the deciding factors when I was trying to decide between a 14 or 15.

Yes, I understand the 15 IRS is a different animal.. but after all the trouble I had with the previous IRS, I didn't want to chance it.


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For a proper IRS the suspension needs to be designed around it. Otherwise you would get the same thing as the 99-04 IRS which they basically just threw in and is nothing but an anchor in the back end with tons of issues.
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I can vouch for this.



I had a 99 cobra that used a similar setup. Ford designed it so that it could bolt in from the factory without any special changes.



Wheel hop was ridiculous, even after dumping lot's of money into the suspension.



This was actually one of the deciding factors when I was trying to decide between a 14 or 15.



Yes, I understand the 15 IRS is a different animal.. but after all the trouble I had with the previous IRS, I didn't want to chance it.

The irs on the 15 is fantastic. I've yet to hear any complaints. And it's still able to cut 1.5 60-ft's with some good shocks and slicks.


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I can vouch for this.



I had a 99 cobra that used a similar setup. Ford designed it so that it could bolt in from the factory without any special changes.



Wheel hop was ridiculous, even after dumping lot's of money into the suspension.



This was actually one of the deciding factors when I was trying to decide between a 14 or 15.



Yes, I understand the 15 IRS is a different animal.. but after all the trouble I had with the previous IRS, I didn't want to chance it.

The irs on the 15 is fantastic. I've yet to hear any complaints. And it's still able to cut 1.5 60-ft's with some good shocks and slicks.


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