I had the Steeda frame rail/torque brace connectors welded on a few days ago. Honestly, the design of them seems sub-par...You can bolt in a few areas to hold in place while you weld, it connects to your lower control arm bracket, but does not go through the inlet hole...It welds prior to it. I am sure this is more then enough to hold, I just expected a better design or fitment. Anyways, a piece of mind. I know a lot of mustang guys claim we don't need them anyways, but sheet metal connecting without anything else seems weak to me. Anyways, I installed the Steeda one piece drive shaft...Now that is a different story. That was well worth it!!! Car feels lighter and the tires are breaking loose all the way through 2nd gear. It will take me a while to adjust, spinning ain't winning, that's for sure. Anyone wanting pictures, message me...I don't know how to add, sorry.
Phase 3 upgrade including CAI, Fuel pump voltage regulator, (629rwhp), 543 torque, Kooks LT headers with off road H pipe,ID1000's, Steeda Heat Exchanger, SCT tuner with custom Pro Dyno tune, BMR LCA's, BMR relocation brackets, BMR adjustable Panhard bar, BMR Rear sway bar, Steeda Aluminum driveshaft, Steeda X-brace, Steeda Differential cover, Steeda torque box brace/frame rails, Shelby trans cooler, Mcleod SS clutch line, RP fluids, whiteline transmission bushing insert and MGW race spec short shifter.