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Ford Performance Strut Tower Brace (05-14 V6)

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      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features

      • Improves Handling
      • Reduces Suspension Flex
      • Tubular Parallel Beam Design
      • Silver Powdercoat Finish
      • Fits 2005 to 2014 V6 Mustangs

      Description

      Improves Handling, Reduces Flex. Reduce unwanted chassis flex and improve the handling of your V6 Mustang by installing a Ford Racing Strut Tower Brace. The parallel beam design of this Strut Tower Brace adds additional strength to make your Pony handle like it is on rails.

      Tubular Construction. Ford Racing manufactures their Strut Tower Brace from strong tubular steel in a parallel beam design to keep your front end from flexing under the torque of your motor.

      Impressive Styling. The Strut Tower Brace is completed in a classic silver powdercoat finish for durability, and features an etched "Ford Racing" logo for impressive under hood styling.

      Application. This Ford Racing Strut Tower Brace is designed to fit the 2005-2014 V6 Mustangs equipped with either the 4.0L or 3.7L V6 engine.

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

      Ford Performance M-20201-F

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Strut tower brace

      Tech Specs

      4.7

      Customer Reviews (23)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.7 out of 5 overall rating from 23 customers

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      Installation Cost: 0-$100





      • May 10, 2020

        4 2012 V6 - PilotCar Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: 0-$100

        Good looks, wish it fit in by a more solid means.

        It has U connectors at one end... makes we wonder how tight the connection is,

        Helpful (0)
      • April 11, 2020

        5 2010 V6 - Anonymous Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Strut tower

        The brace fits perfectly, very easy to install. Thanks for the quick shipping.

        Helpful (3)
      • May 29, 2019

        1 2010 V6 - CliffB Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        CMB'S S197

        Perfect fit and finish. Looks great. A must have...

        Helpful (3)
      • June 13, 2018

        5 2014 V6 - KeithD Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        2014 v6

        Got it installed,took it for a test drive, noticed a big difference in the front end. Handling like it's on rails.looks good with the other mods I've done under the hood.

        Helpful (11)
      • March 30, 2018

        5 2005 V6 - MonteM Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Strut tower brace

        Noticeable improvement with hard cornering and looks great

        Helpful (10)
      • November 20, 2017

        4 2006 GT - 67again Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Didn't work out for me.

        I bought this brace to clear a Ford Racing 3V intake manifold on a GT with ported heads and all the goodies. I had seen pictures of same brace with manifold on Bullitt cars. This is after all the Bullitt brace as well. I also have the MRT Bullitt hood. Result: brace did not quite clear intake. For me it required a few spacers(washers) underneath to clear. This made it hit the hood. So ended up not using for my project. For straight V6 application, it will fit perfectly as intake on V6 is higher than GT. GT brace will not fit V6. Not the best looking brace for application in a stock 3 valve GT. IMO the Ford Racing GT brace for 3 valve GT's (Black with stainless logo) is a lot nicer piece. I had the GT brace before I did the heads and intake. This brace is a nice piece for a 3 valve GT if you have the Ford intake cover (silver with "powered by ford" script) and are looking for a brace to clear that cover. This brace will clear the cover and is nearly same color and complements well with the Ford Racing logo on the center plate. The best brace to clear the Ford Racing 3 valve intake is the 12-13 Boss brace but it will require a tall aftermarket hood on 05-09 GT's as it will not clear OE hood or lower aftermarket hoods such as my MRT hood. Will require a cowl or dome hood of some kind. So, for now I have no brace. For performance, these braces work but as compliments to other suspension mods. If you plan on putting a brace on otherwise stock GT or V6 you will not get benefit. It will essentially be engine dress up. You will sooner notice a better tire quality of a higher speed rating or summer only vs all season. Or better yet upsizing your wheels one or two inches, depending on your starting wheel diameter and a tire with a shorter sidewall. This will yield much better and noticeable handling, as will lowering springs and good quality shocks and struts. Something like Ford "P" springs for conservative 1" inch drop and Bilstein dampers. Only at this point does the brace starts to play a role. K member bracing, sway bars and caster-camber plates take it even further if you want ultimate handling. If you are considering a brace on a stock or lightly modified car, you are also better off investing in the rear prior to the brace. IE; You should replace your Panhard bar (get an adjustable one) and lower control arms out back before a brace up front. I would even debate sway bars before a brace up front. If you lower the car and like aggressive acceleration do relocation brackets at same time as lower control arms for better traction and mitigating wheel hop. There's geometry and physics at play where the relocation brackets are concerned. I hope this helps readers. It would have helped me before I bought the V6 brace. I track my car at driving schools and high performance driving events. I have personally done all the mods I discussed to my own cars (two S-197 GT's) and have appreciated the dividends. Follow my advice. The brace is not a priority. There are other modifications (or investments as I like to call them) that can be done that will yield way better handling on the S-197 cars. Regards from Canada.

        Helpful (13)
      • November 08, 2017

        5 2010 V6 - KevinR Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Strut tower brace

        Easy to install, definitely a difference in the handling fills more tite in steering

        Helpful (11)
      • July 13, 2017

        5 2013 V6 - mark Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        FFP Tower Brace

        Great addition to the package of lowering items. In conjunction with Eibach sportline springs, shocks, struts, camber bolts and BMR panhard bar. Tightened the suspension to just right levels. Looks good under the hood too.

        Helpful (11)
      • July 10, 2017

        5 2014 V6 - PhilipD Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Tower support

        I feel better knowing the towers are supported better with this product ...

        Helpful (11)
      • March 14, 2017

        5 2007 V6 - KeithC Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Major improvement

        30 min. Simple install I would highly recommend it. Much more stable in turns

        Helpful (12)

      Questions & Answers (8 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      I am wondering if this strut brace can be painted?

      • Yes, this can be painted.

      Helpful (0)

      Does this brace say Steeda on it or does it say Ford Performance.

      What material is this Strut Tower Brace made from?

      • The Ford Performance Strut Tower Brace is constructed of aluminum.

      Helpful (0)

      I'm having trouble finding a strut brace. I have a Kenne Bell supercharger and the air intake is to high for a strut brace. Do you know of any strut braces that will fit with the Keene Belll supercharger. I was told this Ford performance strut brace can be modified to fit. Help!!,Thanks

      • Unfortunately, we have not come across any strut tower braces that fit over the Kenne Bell kits. There are some braces that we have seen modified to fit many supercharger kits, however with the myriad of braces and superchargers it would be difficult to say what modifications would be needed for every supercharger and brace, we apologize.

      Helpful (0)

      What is the difference(s) between the Ford Boss 302 Strut Tower Brace (05-14 GT, V6) and the Ford Performance Strut Tower Brace (05-14 V6)? Other than price, I'm not really sure what the difference(s) is.

      • The main difference is that the Boss 302 Strut Tower Brace was made to clear the Boss 302 Intake Manifold whereas the Ford Performance Strut Tower Brace will not have clearance for that intake manifold.

      Helpful (0)
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      3 More Questions
      Will this fit with the procharger supercharger? 1 answer
      Strut mount nuts required? I heard that Ford's strut mount nuts are one time use need to be replaced after removal. I don't see that this kit comes with mount nuts. Is this required? 2 answers
      Engine cover? Will this fit with the 2012 performance package engine cover? 1 answer

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

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