1999-2004 Cobra Mustang, MM2 Race series damper package for IRS Mustang, includes two MM2 Race struts and two MM2 Race shocks.
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Offered exclusively by Maximum Motorsports for open-tracking and wheel-to-wheel road racing. The MM2 Race series dampers are intended for track-driven Mustangs with spring rates higher than the rates compatible with MM's Sport series dampers. Constructed with the highest-grade materials and extreme attention to detail, Maximum Motorsports manufactures the finest dampers possible.
MM2 Race series struts and shocks are the perfect choice for a car that sees aggressive open-tracking, time trials, or wheel-to-wheel racing. Designed to control the coil-over spring rates required for on-track performance, the MM2 Race series struts and shocks are intended for a track-driven cars equipped with coil-overs. The MM2 Race series rear shocks are ready to accept the MM rear coil-over conversion kit; they are manufactured with the groove in the shock body that is required by a coil-over conversion kit.
All MM non-adjustable struts and shocks utilize patented mono-tube technology. Compared to twin-tube dampers, these provide better heat dissipation to keep the damper's oil cool, which decreases heat-induced damper fade. The highest nitrogen gas pressure available prevents oil foaming and fading. The inverted strut design allows for very large strut shaft bushings, which are less prone to deflection. This inverted strut design also keeps the oil seal protected from the elements. Every MM damper is tested on a shock dyno before leaving the factory to ensure quality.
All MM2 race series struts feature unique proprietary strut housings with high-strength, relocated mounting ears. These mounting ears prevent the possibility of bending as a result of brake-torque reaction loads. The mounting ears are relocated to increase bump travel on lowered cars. All MM2 Race series rear shocks come with an integral, progressive bump stop.
Warranty on MM struts is 3 years.