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Maximum Motorsports Bumpsteer Kit (05-14 All)

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  • MPN# MM5TR-2

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Features & Details

  • Corrects Bumpsteer
  • Improves Handling
  • Fully Adjustable
  • Great for Lowered Mustangs
  • Fits All 2005 to 2014 Mustangs
Corrects Bumpsteer. Eliminate bumpsteer by adjusting the front end steering geometry of your Mustang with a Maximum Motorsports fully adjustable bumpsteer kit that replaces the stock non-adjustable components that came standard on your Pony. Perfect for lowered Mustangs.

Fully Adjustable. Maximum Motorsports Bumpsteer Kits include an assortment of spacers that allows you to precisely fine-tune your Mustang's front end suspension geometry for better handling and steering response.

Superior Materials. Maximum Motorsports Mustang Bumpsteer kits feature heat treated studs for maximum strength and spacer bushings that are made from thick-wall chromoly steel to ensure they will not buckle when tightened.

Direct Bolt-on. The Maximum Motorsports Bumpsteer Kit is designed as a direct bolt-on installation with no drilling or modifications required to the spindle, unlike other kits on the market.

Application. This Maximum Motorsports Bumpsteer kit is designed for use on all 2005 to 2014 Mustangs. Including the V6, GT, Bullitt, Shelby GT500 and BOSS models.

NOTE: Bumpsteer is a change in toe angle caused by the suspension moving up or down. Bump-steer is built into the geometry of the suspension and steering system, and has nothing to do with turning the steering wheel. The effect of bumpsteer is for the wheel to toe-in or toe-out when the suspension moves up or down. This toe change or "steering" occurs any time the suspension moves, whether it is from body roll, brake-dive, or hitting a bump in the road. Bump steer is undesirable because the suspension is steering the car instead of the driver. To fix a bumpsteer problem, you need to alter the height of the outer tie-rod relative to the steering rack with adjustable tie-rod ends, also known as a bumpsteer kit.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

What's in the Box
  • (2) End links
  • (2) Tapered shafts
  • (4) Nuts
  • (2) Washers
  • (12) Bushing spacers
Installation Info
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 08, 09
  • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • GT500 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • Boss 302 - 12, 13

Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Better than the White Line Kit!

These Maximum Motorsport tie rod ends are a great way to deal with bump steer issues on lowered mustangs. I had a shop install mine after the White Line bump steer developed noticeable slop after just ...

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5/5
Nice ends!

This is a great replacement for your worn out stockers and ideal for cars that have been lowered to a point where bump steer is an issue. Shop install is recommended due to the requirement of an alignment ...

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Overall Rating 5 out of 5 stars
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Will this help with track driving? Stock steering is good but this looks like it can make it a little more precise and take rough roads better.

JKMD

  • The MM5TR-2 won't add any precision to the handling due to reduced compliance or play. It will allow the roll understeer that Ford built into the front suspension to be removed. This causes more understeer the greater the angle the car rolls in a corner. Ford builds it into the geometry to make the car more stable during quick corners. If you are an experienced driver, the added understeer will just make the front tires overheat and frustrate you.

    CornerCarver

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Overall Rating 5.0

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Full Day

Installation Cost:$100-$250

  • Performance Gain 4.666667 4.7
  • Fit 5 5



  • 5/5

    August 08, 2016

    Better than the White Line Kit!

    These Maximum Motorsport tie rod ends are a great way to deal with bump steer issues on lowered mustangs. I had a shop install mine after the White Line bump steer developed noticeable slop after just ONE autocross, and about a month of aggressive street driving on rough backroads.The MM kit has SIGNIFICANTLY bigger Heim joints than the WL kit (so far very quiet, time will tell if the MM will need regular lube) and brought back the nice tight steering feel needed to auto-X with confidence. The only thing I did not like (and why I had the alignment shop install them) is that to figure out the appropriate stack height for the adjustment shims, MM wants you remove the springs from the struts (then reinstall the struts without the springs) so you can push the wheel though its travel and compare it to a graph... blah, etc., so you can figure out the spacing yourself! Knowing this would be expensive (in labor) I asked the shop to just measure the stack from the White Line parts that they removed and apply that number to the MM kit, tgen verify it with a test drive on a rough backroad. It worked out just fine! By comparison, the WhiteLine kit had a very easy install procedure, with the info for the stack height relative to the vehicle drop right in the instructions, no guessing or expensive labor. Too bad the WL parts weren't up to the task they were designed for.... Overall, I wish I had bought these first, saved myself the $$$. Highly satisfied so far. Time will tell how they hold up, but I think they are going to be just fine!

    Benjarony

    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    December 19, 2014

    no more bump steer

    this kit works great I only wish I installed it when I first lowered my car.

    ViinyB

    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Andover NJ

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    February 21, 2014

    MM Bumpsteer kit great replacement

    When lowering my car it needed new tie rods so I decided to go with MM after hearing good things about them. I also bought their Panhard bar and Caster Camber Plates to lower the car the right way. Definitely recommend Maximum Motorsports even for the mildest builds. Saves replacing the in adjustable tie rod ends later.

    Tumbler33

    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT Plano, TX, USA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: $100-$250

    October 18, 2013

    Nice ends!

    This is a great replacement for your worn out stockers and ideal for cars that have been lowered to a point where bump steer is an issue. Shop install is recommended due to the requirement of an alignment after installation.

    CertifiedFordTech

    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT Maryland

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  • 5/5

    October 16, 2016

    Time will tell

    Installed these with lowering package. Ball joints were gone. So I decided to try these. Was told these help with geometry when lowering a vehicle.

    Natrat

    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

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  • 5/5

    August 12, 2016

    Its bumpsteer not rocket science

    As far as I can tell this set is just as solid as anything else on the market. I have not attempted to seal the bushings but living in L.A. doesn't really require it. The wheel seems solid over bumps and I have none of that annoying wheel snap. The kit got my front back in to stock angles and could not find a reason to complain about it. Shop installed.

    SCVDriver

    Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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