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Independent Rear Suspension on a 2013 Mustang

Discussion in 'Driveline/Suspension' started by mitchster, Jul 30, 2020.

  1. mitchster

    mitchster Member Established Member

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    Has anyone taken the IRS off of a 2015 or newer Mustang and put it on a 2010 to 2014 Mustang? Just wondering how much labor would be involved? Would it be worth it?
     
  2. SID297

    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    It can be done if you're willing to do the fab work.
     
  3. RickyBobby51

    RickyBobby51 Member Established Member

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    From my perspective, stick axle with a Griggs Racing watts link and rear set up is way better than an independent rear suspension. Check out YouTube videoS re Griggs Racing, including John Griggs racing up hill.

    I have Griggs Racing suspension on my track only road racing 2006 Mustang and 2012 GT500. I love it.

    To each his own. I hope that you find a set up that you like.
     
  4. Norm Peterson

    Norm Peterson Active Member Established Member

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    I'd guess "a lot". And fussier than simply bolting on adjustable rear control arms and adjusting them to suit.


    Depends on what you want to gain and on how well you're able to solve all the little installation and handling/suspension tuning problems that are pretty much guaranteed to show up.


    Norm
     

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