Drilled and slotted rotors are brake rotors with holes and slots. They’re intended to eliminate moisture and brake dust generated while braking, enhance brake disc cooling, and increase contact friction for better braking performance in your Ford Mustang. Your disc braking system’s brake rotor (also known as the brake disc) is an important component. The brake pad has a point of contact when you press down on the brake pedal. Brake callipers near the wheels squeeze your brake pads (which might be ceramic or metallic) against your braking disc or rotor, generating friction. Drilled and slotted brake rotors are used in high-performance and heavy-duty vehicles such as tow trucks, race cars, and more. They provide better stopping power and aid in the prevention of brake fade.
A suspension kit is a set of components that may be used to modify or repair a vehicle’s suspension system. Shock absorbers, springs, and sway bars, as well as other components that enhance the car’s suspension, are common examples of these elements. The suspension system has two purposes: it improves the car’s handling in turns and braking, and it protects the vehicle and its occupants from road shocks. The S550 Mustang, which made its debut in 2015, is the most competent of all the stallions in the stable today. In particular, when it comes to suspension, Ford introduced IRS (Independent Rear Suspension) to every Mustang model for the first time. Ford Performance demonstrated what Australia’s pony car might become with contemporary technology by releasing the Shelby GT500 and GT500R.
We’ve pushed the 2015-2020 Mustang to new heights with suspension components including lowering springs, vertical links, camber arms, and IRS subframe connections, thanks to Mustang Mania’s years of pony engineering and automotive knowledge. In Australia, these highly engineered components have helped the S550 pony compete with sports cars three times as expensive, so if you’re the type of enthusiast looking for more agile handling, a higher ride height, and suspension capable of taking on any competition on the track, the S550 pony is the car for you.
A good caliper paint job should last three to four years, while a pair of high-quality aluminum caliper covers should last seven to ten years. You may paint your brake calipers any color you like, but avoid getting paint on the brake discs. This might jeopardize their ability to bring your vehicle to a complete stop, which could be deadly. Mustang Mania has the most cheap painted brake caliper options based on your preferences.
If you’re changing your wheel or tyre size or getting a new car off the lot, it’s probable that the wheel gap or stance will need to be lowered. New cars come with springs and shocks that are better suited for various driving styles, a wide approach, and mass-market appeal. An OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) would commonly use a coil spring in a performance car, which might give the ride characteristics of a race car. Lowering springs are designed to lower a car’s stance when they are installed. Lowering coil springs and kits are designed to replace OEM coil springs with coil springs that will make the front or back of the car seem lower.
Contact one of our performance specialists to learn more about how you can take your S550 mustang suspension packages to new heights or to place an order for suspension components now!