ISC Suspension N1 Coilovers For S197 Mustang

ISC Suspension N1 Coilovers For S197 Mustang

The ISC N1 coilover kit for the 2005-2014 S197 Ford Mustang offers about 3 inches of ride height adjustment, pillowball upper-mounts and camber plates, a monotube damper, and 32 way adjustable dampening. Like all of their coilovers, these feature a lifetime warranty to the original owner. The ISC N1 Coilover system is the optimum suspension tool for improved handling for your street, track or drift car.

MSRP

  • $984.00 USD

For more information, visit iscsuspension-na.com.

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