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SR Performance Rear Upper Control Arm (05-10 All)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hi I’m Justin with and I’m going to be breaking down 2 rear upper control arm options both from SR Performance, I have with me their adjustable and non-adjustable option, both fitting the 2005-2010 Mustang. SR Performance is a company that’s been earning the respect and attention of a lot of Mustang enthusiasts lately, thanks to their budget friendly yet high quality performance and suspension components for all generation Mustangs. IF you’re not already watching this video on and you’d like to get back to our site, to read more about SR’s killer lineup, just click on the link below. The job of an upper control arm is to locate the axle side to side and prevent any pinion angle changes otherwise known as axle rap or axle windup. The factory stuff utilizes some pretty soft rubber bushings, which are notorious for flexing or distorting on hard launches, and aggressive cornering which can cause a bunch of wheel hop, and inconsistent handling. If you want to learn more about making your Mustang handle better and reducing your wheel hop, well, then you have to subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking the link below. Here you can check out numerous suspension overviews on all of our products, in addition to some pretty cool suspension builds that we’ve done to our own cars. Both of the options I’ve got on the table should do an excellent job of dropping your 60ft times, and reducing wheel hop and axle deflection, while increasing your rear end group by using superior materials compared to your factory control arms. The non adjustables here feature a strong TIG welded steel construction, along with these polyurethane bushings which are greasable. Poly bushings will do a great job of reducing any noise vibrations or harshness, that you otherwise might find on the spherical bearings found on the adjustable control arms here. In my opinion this is a great option for someone who enjoys doing some spirited driving with their Mustang, maybe just a few track days, and just wants to replace those soft rubber factory bushings in the control arm. The adjustable option from SR Performance is for someone who is serious about their track performance, and would ultimately like to dial in their optimum pinion angle settings. For only a few bucks more compared to the non-adjustables, you’re getting full on car adjustability, strong TIG welded steel construction, and these spherical hind joints here, which are going to take all the unwanted movement out of your Mustang’s rear end. Both options aren’t terribly difficult to install and should only take you a couple of hours in the garage using some pretty basic hand tools. Whenever you switch out your rear upper control arms I recommend getting your pinion angle checked out just to make sure everything’s within spec, especially if you decide to go with the adjustables. An incorrect pinion angle can cause unwanted traction, wear and tear on your pinion bearing and drive train vibrations. If you’re not quite sure which option would be best for your application, you should get in touch with one of our Mustang experts, you can call them at 855-422-7439, or shoot them an email at [email protected] So if you’re on the endless quest to make your Mustang perform better on the street, or at the track then you have to check out a set of these adjustable or non adjustable control arms from SR Performance, right here at

      Product Information

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


      • Better Traction, Faster Launches, Less Wheel Hop
      • 1.5" Tubular Steel Construction
      • TIG Welded for Strength
      • Black Powdercoated Finish
      • Greaseable Red Polyurethane Bushings Included
      • Sold Individually
      • Made in the USA
      • Fits 2005-2010 V6, GT, Bullitt and Shelby GT500 Models


      Improves Traction. Everyone knows that you're going nowhere fast if you can't "hook up" off the line, that's why SR Performance designed their Mustang Rear Upper Control Arm to provide better traction, quicker launches, less wheel hop and as an added bonus improved 60ft times.

      Tubular Steel Construction. Made in the USA from TIG welded heavy duty 1.5" steel tubing for superior strength, SR Performance completes their Rear Upper Control Arm in a black powder coat finish for long lasting durability and good looks.

      Polyurethane Bushings. This SR Performance control arm uses greaseable red polyurethane bushings which are far superior to the factory rubber bushings. The result is great traction during straight-line acceleration and predictable grip during hard cornering.

      Application. This SR Performance Rear Upper Control Arm with red polyurethane bushing is designed as a direct bolt-on upgrade for all 2005 to 2010 Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt and Shelby GT500 models.

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      Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Upper Control Arm

      Tech Specs


      Customer Reviews (32)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.7 out of 5 overall rating from 32 customers

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      Installation Cost: 0-$100

      • January 26, 2020

        5 2006 GT - Loopydrummer Installation Time: Afternoon

        Use a lift

        I don't have a lift, so this was brutal on the knuckles and forearms. Make sure you replace the diff bushing while you're at it. Fit was good and works great.

        Helpful (3)
      • July 14, 2019

        5 2007 GT500 - BooBa Installation Time: Afternoon

        Upper an lower control arms

        Perfect .no more wheel hop .you can tell big differences from old to new upper an lower control arms thnks AM

        Helpful (4)
      • May 27, 2019

        5 2006 GT - JeffF Installation Time: Shop Install

        sr performance

        Seems to grab better and took the clunking sound out of the rear of car

        Helpful (3)
      • September 20, 2018

        4 2005 GT - JodyH Installation Time: Afternoon

        Better than OEM replacement

        Helps reduce the wheel hop. I don't think it would be good for heavy drag racing, but fine for a daily driver. Installing the center arm does require lowering the gas tank to get the mounting bracket out. I have a hoist in my barn so it took about 1.5 hours to install. Installing these control arms on the ground off of jack stands could take a full afternoon. I installed the lower arms with the grease zerks down. everything works fine. I didn't see a difference from side to side, just front to rear on the outer arms.

        Helpful (4)
      • August 22, 2018

        5 2006 GT - BrianK Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: 0-$100

        Nice control arm.

        Works well for controlling wheel hop and plants the rear well. Does clunk occasionally over bumps, but no big deal. If you don't want the clunk then order one of the aftermarket mounting brackets with it. Easy fit. (I already had aftermarket lower control arms.)

        Helpful (6)
      • July 29, 2018

        2 2005 GT - stout8 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Upper control arm

        Bushings lasted about 2 months,(aggressive driving), Luckily it has a 1 yr warranty.

        Helpful (6)
      • June 28, 2018

        2 2008 GT - Bill08mustang Installation Time: Afternoon

        Did great for about 2000 miles

        It is built solid fit great and did what it said it would do but i ran in to two problems it calls for grease that is compatible with the bushings no one local could say for sure what to use. And after about 2000 miles the poly bushing looks like it exploded. An I am unanble to find a replacement for it. And yes I torqued it to specs that were with the product at normal ride hight. Thank you

        Helpful (7)
      • June 25, 2018

        5 2008 GT - Fbmustang2008 Installation Time: Afternoon

        Good OEM replacement

        Looks to be good quality, did not notice any difference in ride, but at 230,00 miles, thought it was time to replace. Replaced this along with the axle bushing, LCAs, panhard bar and its brace.

        Helpful (7)
      • June 06, 2018

        5 2008 GT - ApolloM Installation Time: Afternoon

        SR Performance Rear Upper Control Arm

        Very happy with this product, it does exactly as advertised. However, Install was pretty tricky due to its location. Also, when it came time to torque the bolts back down to the degree specified on the instructions (129ftlbs and 85ftlbs) It was virtually impossible to get a torque wrench into place without extensions which mess with the torque settings. But all in all, if you have the right tools, and know what you are doing, you should be fine.

        Helpful (7)
      • November 19, 2017

        5 2006 GT - MarcD Installation Time: Afternoon

        Goodbye wheel hop!

        I installed new LCAs and got rid of most of the wheel hop on burn outs, but there was still a little chattering. Replacing the UCA eliminated all traces of wheel hop. I'm very happy with the results.

        Helpful (8)

      Questions & Answers (10 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Will this work if the car is lowered? I have a 2005 GT it is lowered 2.2 in the rear will this be a good upper control arm for my setup?

      • Yes. As a matter of fact it will improve how the car rides after being lowered.

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      Where can I get a replacement bushing for this upper control arm.

      • At this time we do not offer individual components for the SR Performance Rear Upper Control Arm.

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      I need the bushing for sr performance upper control arm for 05/10 mine looks like it exploded thanks for any help

      • I'm sorry to hear that happened to your upper control arm, please contact our customer service department so they can assist you with this! The telephone number is 1-877-887-1105 and we can be reached 7 days per week betwen 8:30AM EST and 11:00PM EST.

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      It is shorter than the factory control arm , is there any problem if i install it?

      • The SR Performance Rear Upper Control Arms will be the same length as your factory Upper control arms. If your Mustang is lowered, we recommend the adjustable to allow for better angle adjustment over the fixed control arm.

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      Do i have to buy Mounting Bracket with this control arm?

      • The SR Performance Rear Upper Control Arm will be a direct bolt on that does not require any mounting brackets.

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      I purchased this control arm a few years ago and installed it on my 09 mustang and just recently I started noticing clanking sound coming from the back of my car every time I would take off or accelerate,so I started looking around under the car and noticed that both the rubber bushings where destroyed,so I had to remove the arm and reinstall the stock you guys replace these bushings? or is this a manufactures issue? 1 answer
      Will I need one or two of these for install? 1 answer
      will this fit 2011 GT. I've heard yes and no 1 answer
      Track ET ? The description says it will give faster launches, so will this help to lower my times then ? 2 answers
      How many are needed ? Says that they are sold individually. Just wondering do I only need one of these or does the car need 2? 2 answers

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