New Product: Steeda IRS Subframe Braces

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Steeda Autosports introduces bolt-on braces for the S550 IRS subframe

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Steeda Autosports

The crew at Steeda Autosports is hard at work developing upgrades for the latest Mustang. We recently shared the company’s new IRS Subframe Bushing Support System, and now they are back with another clever new product for the rearend of the 2015-and-newer Mustang—S550 Mustang Rear IRS Subframe Braces (PN 555-5754; $194.95).

The Steeda IRS subframe braces bolt in using factory threaded holes. It couldn’t be much easier to add improved rigidity to your S550’s rearend.
The Steeda IRS subframe braces bolt in using factory threaded holes. It couldn’t be much easier to add improved rigidity to your S550’s rearend.

“What we did was tie together three very important points on the S550 chassis. We utilized existing threaded holes in the rocker panel (the strongest part of the body) and connected that to the front mounting location of the IRS subframe and the rear mount of the lower control arm and toe link,” says the company. “Connecting these three points together not only adds rigidity that was lacking in the rear, but also more control of the whole car.”

Packing a lifetime warranty, these easy-to-install braces are said to offer improved handling and reduced wheel hop with no added noise vibration and harshness.

Built from 4130 chrome moly steel and powdercoated silver metal flake, the Steeda IRS subframe braces (PN 555-5754; $194.95) are said to improve handling and reduce wheel hop.
Built from 4130 chrome-moly steel and powdercoated silver metal flake, the Steeda IRS subframe braces (PN 555-5754; $194.95) are said to improve handling and reduce wheel hop.

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2 thoughts on “New Product: Steeda IRS Subframe Braces”

  1. [email protected] says:

    It does not fit the convertible model.

    Best Regards,

    TJ

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