Detroit Speed Introduces New Suspension Systems for First-Generation Mustangs

Jun 27, 2012

Detroit Speed (DSE) is now offering two new suspension systems for 1964.5-1970 Mustangs, the Aluma-Frame and QUADRALink.

The Aluma-Frame (pictured above) is an all-aluminum front suspension system designed to revolutionize the 1964.5-1970 Mustangs with its unique cast aluminum cradle, according to the company.

DSE’s exclusive suspension geometry with 6 inches of travel produces the ultimate in ride quality and handling, the company said.

Featuring DSE/JRi “Detroit Tuned” coil-over shocks and DSE’s “Detroit Tuned” rack and pinion, the Aluma-Frame also offers DSE’s Speed-LIGN caster/camber adjusters to allow a wide range of adjustability to be made precisely and quickly without needing any additional components, according to the company.

The DSE Mustang QUADRALink is a great way to upgrade from an original leaf spring suspension, according to the company.

It features DSE’s exclusive four-link geometry design to achieve the best possible handling.

The DSE “Swivel-Link” allows the suspension to fully articulate with smooth solid motion with no binding, the company said.

The best feature is that this is achieved without heim-joints, according to the company.

For more information, visit www.detroitspeed.com.