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Whiteline Bumpsteer Kit (05-10 All)

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$148.32

  • Item #54114
  • MPN# KCA438

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Features
  • Corrects bumpsteer
  • Improves handling
  • Fully adjustable
  • Great for lowered Mustangs
  • Perfect with other suspension mods
  • Fits all 2005 to 2010 Mustangs
Description
Eliminates Body Roll; Improves Handling. Eliminate bumpsteer by correcting your Mustang's front end suspension geometry with Whiteline Performances fully adjustable Bumpsteer Kit. Replace those non-adjustable stock factory components for more predictable cornering and improved handling.

Fully Adjustable. Whiteline Performance 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.

Application. This Whiteline Performance Bumpsteer Kit is designed to fit all 2005 to 2010 Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt and Shelby GT500 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 Details

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What's in the Box
  • (4) M12 x 1.25 Nyloc Nuts
  • (2) 2.5mm Thick Spacers
  • (4) 5mm Thick Spacers
  • (2) Spherical joints
  • (2) Tie rod pins
  • (2) Steering rod seal
Installation Info
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10
  • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10
  • GT500 - 07, 08, 09, 10
  • Bullitt - 08, 09

Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Whiteline Bumpsteer Kit

My outter tie rods were already shot on my 05 mustang so I bought these and paired them the whiteline balljoint kit. my steering response is WAY better and it doesn't take much for it to turn which great ...

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5/5
Makes a difference

Wish I could say I did these all by themselves, but I also replace my front control arms with the GT500 control arms at the same time. My cornering and body roll improvements are also do to the control ...

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Overall Rating 5 out of 5 stars

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How do I know where to adjust the bumpsteer kit for my vehicle?

08AlloyGT Year: 2008 Model: GT

  • Measure the length of the factory tie rod and end before removal. Tighten the new tie rod to original length. You should try to get it within an 1/8". Now you need to adjust the height using the assortment of spacers provided. The goal is to make the tie rod level with the a-arm when the car's suspension is loaded. You should be adjusted close enough to go immediately to an alignment shop. Your steering and stability can be seriously affected until aligned by professionals.

    DrunkinDave Year: 2013 Model: GT Top 25 Contributor

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Overall Rating 5.0

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Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

  • Handling Improvement 5 5
  • Fit 5 5
  • Bang For Your Buck 5 5



  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    February 28, 2014

    Whiteline Bumpsteer Kit

    My outter tie rods were already shot on my 05 mustang so I bought these and paired them the whiteline balljoint kit. my steering response is WAY better and it doesn't take much for it to turn which great considering im building this car for Autocross/Roadracing. If your stuck between these and the steeda I would definitely go this route as the quality is the same only these are adjustable and MUCH cheaper. The first picture is mine by the way.

    Aint1stYourLast

    Year: 2005 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Harlingen Tx

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    August 24, 2015

    Makes a difference

    Wish I could say I did these all by themselves, but I also replace my front control arms with the GT500 control arms at the same time. My cornering and body roll improvements are also do to the control arms. Ball joints were close to being shot. With that being said, I can say I do notice when driving over "bad roads" that there is absolutely less "wheel yank". I have not lowered my Pony(yet) and basically only did these, because I was going to have it all torn apart anyhow for the control arms. When I do lower, I simply have to adjust the spacers accordingly. I will agree with a few reviews(not on AM) that the instructions are bad in comparison to other parts I have installed. Many people say bumpsteer kits are bad for daily drives because the dirt gets in them. With these being only on the car for just over a week I can't comment on that, but I can see the argument. I really like the dust caps for on top so that should help with the dirt. Would be nice if there was 2 sets for both top and underside to protect the "ball" but in no way does it affect performance. Just remember to get an alignment after install!! I measured and took all precautions to "nail" putting these on, but the alignment was off, only slightly off according to my shop, but it was still off.

    Matt08stang

    Year: 2008 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Madison WI

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