New – 1979-1993 Fox Body Mustang Suspension System… redefining what is possible!

We have been hard at work over the past few years… and this new suspension for the 1979-1993 Ford Mustang is one of our more impressive accomplishments. We have always loved the “Fox Body” mustang, having offered suspension upgrades for the platform since the 1990’s. However, this new suspension system takes the action to the next level.

We set out to fix all of the limits and constraints inherent to the 80’s Ford platform while at the same time keeping the system simple to bolt-on and tune for everyone’s performance needs.

Tested & Proven

We have tested, refined, test again, and made even more adjustments… until we have reached unmatched levels of grip and handling while still providing a substantialy improved ride quality over factory – with enough adjustment for even the hardcore track machine to eat away at the competition.

Available with either coil-overs or Ridetech Shockwave Air suspension options, the kit includes Fox Shocks, all new design upper and lower front control arms, new spindles, and swaybar. In the rear, an all new multi-link system that utilizes our composite lined R-Joints will keep the car hooked-up under the hardest launches and most aggressive cornering.

The new Ridetech bolt-on coil-over or air suspension for the 1979-1993 Ford Mustang is a game changer – a ground-up redesign to provide all the right suspension geometry that enables the Fox Mustang to bite as well as it barks.

Street to the track and everything in-between

We used street driven, as well as, full race set-up Mustangs to develop our new Fox Body suspension system… heck, half-a-dozon of the cars were our own employee and staff cars! From engineering to sales to warehouse and production, Ridetech has a fleet of Fox Mustangs in the family to choose from (even a turbocharged LS powered version).

The result is a package that can deliver what it promises to a wide range of users: the car-show-cruiser who wants an ultra-low stance and smooth ride, the drag racer who wants to drive the car to the track, or the time attack road course racer who needs razor sharp control to trim lap times – the Ridetech suspension system can be dialed in to make the Fox Body Mustang whatever the driver wants.

Oh… and the project car:

One of our “development-mules” was a bare chassis tub, rescued from a scrap yard to serve as the fitment jig in the shop. Having long lost all its shine, as well as most of the drivetrain and trim, this $1500 “shell” was perfect to strip down to the bare minimum and keep on the lift for test fitting so we could keep our other test cars on the road as much as possible.

It didn’t take long, however, for our folks to see the potential under that 80’s emerald green paint. The rust free, solid chassis was soon getting a full competition approved cage welded in and the search was on for engine and drivetrain… we had ourselves a Ridetech race car.

The “Mustang F/X Project” will be hitting the road and tracks in 2023. Built, maintained and driven by Ridetech employees – because this is what we do, even in our “off-the-clock / spare-time” we love this stuff!

Stay tuned for a full build series on the Mustang F/X Project and get ready to see it tearing up the track in 2023.

Get a sneak peek at Ford Fest in Bowling Green, KY
(Sept 30th-Oct 2nd)

33 thoughts on “New – 1979-1993 Fox Body Mustang Suspension System… redefining what is possible!

  1. Corey Flagg Sr says:

    Looking for a complete front suspension system for a 1988 foxbody using a coyote swap. Please forward any information on what will be available and timeframe of when the products will be sold. Thanks for any assistance you can provide.

  2. Derek Lay says:

    I am doing a Gen3 10r80 in my 90 Foxbody and I at this point will be running maximum motorsports K member , coil overs with Koni yellows and A arms but I want the best ride quality and handling money can buy and this looks exciting. Please let me know If I can still run the maximum K member and bolt up your new dual A arm suspension on my car. Thanks Derek

  3. James Wardlaw says:

    I would love to have this setup on my 1990 Mustang Coupe. Are there any plans for 4 lug hubs? Only asking because I have some 17 inch wheel I would like to keep when moving to this setup. Are there any plans to produce your own k-member?

  4. Jeff says:

    Any SLA on the horizon for the 94-04? Very similar to the Fox in terms of suspension geometry aside from spindles, track width, etc.

  5. Dwight says:

    Will the new 79-93 Mustang fox body suspension work with other fox body models? Like the 83-88 fox body Thunderbird and Cougar. Thanks

  6. Brian says:

    Will this work on a 85 Mercury Marquis? If so I’m definitely on board with front and rear setup’s. I’m definitely sold.

  7. Richard Clarke says:

    This looks awesome! Rear diff in pics looks like 9″. Will standard 8.8 work too? Also, SIMA has come and gone – any news on release timing?

  8. Rob Warner says:

    I’m stoked about this new concept, but my 91 fox body is sporting a 460 big block. Will this system work for me? Thanks, Stoked.

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