Caster Plus Upper Strut Mount Kit for 1994-2004 Mustang and Cobra
Kenny Brown Caster Plus Upper Strut Mount Kit for 1994-2004 Mustang and Cobra

Caster Plus Upper Strut Mount Kit for 1994-2004 Mustang and Cobra

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Caster Plus Upper Strut Mount Kit

Kenny Brown Caster Plus™ is an absolute must for lowered 1994-2004 Mustangs for maximum performance, handling, grip, and reduced tire wear.  Fixed Castor gives you the maximum caster available, more than other caster/camber plates, and as you know Kenny loves caster in his Mustangs. 

Urethane bushings give you a smooth quiet operation, unlike spherical bearings that can rattle and be noisy. Lowering your Mustang changes the factory alignment, a change that can lead to premature tire wear as well as reduced grip and handling.  Camber Adjustable Caster Plus™ gives you the ability to adjust your alignment for maximum performance for street or track.

  • More Caster- Less Bucks
  • Caster Plus™ Fixed Castor gives you the maximum caster available and as you know Kenny loves caster in his Mustangs
  • Gives a full range of Camber adjustability
  • Improves handling and tire wear on the street
  • Maximizes cornering grip on the street and at the track
  • Main plate is laser-cut from high-grade steel.
  • Urethane top bushings for smooth noise-free operation  
  • Made in Indianapolis USA
  • Coated in Kenny’s signature powder coat finish
  • Nut Plate zinc plated

 Kenny Brown Speed Secret - Street/Track Alignment

Switching your alignment from street to track and back again can be a pain and expensive. What I do is align my Mustang for performance street with between -1.0⁰ an -1.25⁰, negative camber, all the casters you can get is already in Caster Plus, and 1/16” or -.25-.30 Toe OUT.  Then I mark the plate with a Sharpie at the bolt center lines. 

When I'm at the track, I loosen the camber and drop the top of the strut in to maximize negative camber; then I set my Mustang tire pressure around 34 psi front and 29 psi rear.  From there, I use tire temps to adjust the camber for that specific track for optimum handling. (Read the article I wrote on optimizing your track experience by reading tire temperatures and adjusting tire pressure  Setting Tire Pressures for the Track).

At the end of the weekend, I reset the tire pressure for street pressure, loosen the camber bolts, then pull the strut out and match the bolts up to the street alignment marks that I marked on the plate.  Save money and time. No return trip to the alignment shop needed!