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1994-1995 Strut Tower Brace for Aftermarket Intakes
A strut tower brace was an aftermarket trick adopted by Ford on the new-for-1994 Mustang. The tubular steel brace stiffens the engine compartment by feeding lateral forces from the struts to each strut tower and the firewall. The result is a stiffer front structure with less cowl shake.
The problem is the factory strut tower brace interferes with most aftermarket intakes when installed on 1994 and 1995 Mustangs. Fortunately, Maximum Motorsports has a solution that bolts directly in place of the factory part. There’s no drilling required, since the factory holes and fasteners can be reused. It doesn’t get much easier than that.
Now we can have more power from our intake and a stiffer chassis in minutes thanks to Maximum Motorsports.