New Mustang with KW Coilovers: Maximum driving pleasure and excellent road handling
Maximum driving pleasure and excellent road handling
Fichtenberg (Germany), September 9th 2015 – KW, the German suspension manufacturer, developed its highly prestigious KW Variant 1 and Variant 3 coilovers for the new Ford Mustang. The suspension kits made of stainless steel allow for an approved lowering of up to 50 mm. Depending on the version; it is independently adjustable in rebound and compression damping in order to get the desired individual damper adjustment. The KW Clubsport coilovers for the new Ford Mustang will be available soon.
For years, the German suspension manufacturer KW is a renowned development partner and suspension supplier for numerous US tuners. KW connects a long story of success with US cars. For example, KW equipped all Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR special models with KW kits and celebrated a historic 24h race victory with a US race car. Fans of the new Ford Mustang will benefit from this experience, if they retrofit their car with a KW Variant 1 or Variant 3 coilover kit. With a continuous lowering of 30 – 50 mm at the front axle and 20 – 40 mm on the drive axle, the KW coilover kits further increase the driving dynamics of the Mustang. “By installing our coilovers in the Mustang, even the slight tendency of understeering will be minimized,” explains KW Product Manager Johannes Wacker.
Performance-oriented Ford fans who want to get the full potential of their Mustang, should right away take the KW Variant 3 coilover kit. “Here you get racing technology for the road that allows a targeted optimization of the lateral and longitudinal dynamics”, says Johannes Wacker of the KW Product Management. With the independently adjustable rebound and compression damping, the Variant 3 offers its users a lot of adjustment reserves. With 16 clicks of rebound adjustment, the Variant 3 allows you to take influence on the handling and comfort of the Mustang. In addition, with 12 clicks of compression adjustment, you can influence potential rolling motions of the body. The KW damper technology in detail is shown in this YouTube video: http://youtu.be/pRABTRAShzE