Rob Kinnan
Brand Manager, Mustang Monthly
May 11, 2018

The Classic Performance Parts Week To Wicked 1966 Mustang began life as a 200ci 6-cylinder, which for a project with the word “wicked” in the name, wasn’t going to cut it. Replacing the six with a V8 made us realize early on that we’d need new motor and transmission mounts, and Energy Suspension was the first on the list to call.

See here as Mustang Monthly Tech Editor Mark Houlahan gets the low-down on Energy’s mounts and polyurethane technology from the company’s Mike Santa Cruz. And for more information, check out EnergySuspension.com.


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