Any pics of what you made?I made some out of scrap metal a few years ago and honestly, I don't think they were worth it.
This is not as noticeable as putting a strut tower brace on a 90s honda or replacing your rear swaybar on this tbird.
If you have a welder, it's an easy project with a few plates of scrap metal, some grade 8 bolts, and some rectangular stock.
You are better off putting your money somewhere else.
A 6R80 would be a solid upgrade. Josh Garringer would be the guy to talk to, as he installed one behind his blown Coyote in his Tbird.Thanks man, your ride gets me motivated to fix mine up. I plan on doing all the suspension i can to my bird then after if handles great I'll do motor stuff.
So far i think i want to swap a 6r80 from the new mustangs and f150. Its a 6speed trans that can hold over 600whp. And the controller to use is the US shift or power by the hour. I have read the 6r80 makes the 3.27 gears act like 4:10's in the first 3 gears and after its the regular 3.27's.
The 6r80 needs to be from a v8 mustwng or f150.
Where to start? Well... http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y207/racecougar/90%20XR7/underside/P1130265.jpg Junk! http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y207/racecougar/90%20XR7/underside/oldbushings.jpg Good stuff.www.sccoa.com
In this post you make and sell these brace?
Are your still up to the task of making from braces? From your post these make a GREAT upgrade. Even tho i love my cloud suspension in my bird right now id rather have a corner carving bird out here in socal.
Your time is appreciated!