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Wrapped and Ready: Michael’s 2015 Ford Mustang GT

What started out as a black street car turned into a blue track star after Michael Chen caught the inevitable mod bug. From stealth to spotlight, he had his 2015 Ford Mustang GT wrapped in Avery Gloss Intense Blue. The APR front splitter and GTC-250 oversized rear wing deliver a more aggressive appearance that pairs well with the sound emitting from his Stainless Works exhaust. In addition to a new wheel and tire setup, Michael incorporated some crucial suspension upgrades.

Old-School Rumble

They say you cannot have a muscle car without that iconic muscle car sound. Michael made sure his GT not only looked the part, but sounded the part by installing a 3-inch Stainless Works Retro Chambered Cat-Back exhaust. This system is 22 pounds lighter than the stock cat-back and comes with an H-pipe along with two polished, chambered resonator tips. The result is that deep, classic exhaust note that is predominately found on muscle cars of the 60’s. Improved exhaust flow means more power, while the lightweight construction makes it perfect for track and drag racers. Since this system is a direct fit replacement, Michael didn’t have to make any cuts or modifications to his precious Mustang. He may have a modern day ‘Stang, but the sound and power screams throwback in every way. 

Optimum Handling

For a car that looks and sounds ready to take on the track, Michael knew that he had to upgrade some of his suspension parts to keep up with the added power. He opted for a set of front and rear sway bar end links from BMR. Their adjustability means a more fine-tuned sway bar position for improved handling performance that you can feel. With these links, Michael can easily correct the sway bar geometry of his lowered GT without issue. He can even preload the sway bars to tweak the suspension at any track. The greasable, pro-forged, ball joint style tie rods offer more articulation and less noise than rod ends, which prove especially beneficial for racers. 

Articulated Suspension

To further improve his GT’s performance and eliminate wheel hop, Michael installed pair of BMR billet aluminum vertical links. These links have a proven track record (no pun intended) of delivering better traction, quicker launches and better handling. By replacing the weak factory links, you eliminate flex under load and unwanted wheel hop, delivering reliable performance for street, road racing, and autocross applications. These vertical links have chromoly Teflon lined spherical bearings that can withstand heavy loads while offering solid, bind-free suspension. The billet aluminum construction proves to be lightweight yet strong and is completed in a durable, corrosion resistant anodized finish. 

Precision Alignment

Making the decision to stay with BMR’s quality parts, Michael also installed a pair of adjustable rear toe links on his 2015 GT. Perfect for lowered Mustangs, these links drastically improve the overall handling of your independent rear suspension. The spherical rod end bearings offer on-car adjustability, allowing you to dial in alignment settings best for your application. The 1.25” diameter, heavy wall steel tubing delivers superior strength and rigidity while the eye-catching red finish will last for years to come throughout all of Michael’s street and track ventures. 

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