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    Bad a$$ Street /Strip K member the strongest on the market

    Ok here is a picture of a K member that I just received From On 3 Motor sports and Performance Solution. (I ordered it in un coated so you can see the bad ass welds and the heat penetration) These things are sweet, all welds are Tig welded also note the rear of the k-member where the lower control arm bolts to and where the K- member and then attaches to the car that box is one piece of metal then bent together to make the box that is as strong as it can be, The tubing is all seamless D.O.M material. This K member is 17% lighter that the D&D unit that is currently on my car. And is 50% stronger. If you were to compare this unit to a Maximum motor sports unit, You will find out that the New Extreme K member is 20#s lighter than the maximum unit and stronger due to the Tig welds. Granted this K member is not the road race unit but it is the strongest Street strip K member around! Imagine you won?t have to check for cracks anymore! You also can drop some serious weight off of the car with our losing the strength or integrity.
    If you want one the web site is in my sig.

    I know you are thinking MM are the best.. well they are if you are road racing here are the points for compairison

    Highlights of this k member



    Completely tig welded by hand
    lighter than any K member on the market
    complete stress analysis
    2 year un-limited mile replacement warranty
    all D.O.M construction
    perfect heat penetration


    these are the things that you would like to look for in a quality construction. There is currently no company tig welding k members. If there is any other parts that you would like made contact the company in the signature and the chances are they are in production as we speak. The people who are making these will only produce top quality work. They have made quite a few items for my car already. I can tell you that they are very customer orientated.

    This company will be offering a road racing k member. It is the same Quality k member with some additional bracing. As for the claim this k member has gone threw a complete Stress analyses against all the street and strip k members on the market such as AJE, Qa1, D&D, Ganitelli, Ground ponder and many more that is where they get there claim from. The maximum unit isn?t even in the same class as these due to these are street and strip not dedicated road race. I am comparing them to the MM unit for weight purposes. These k members were built by a mustang owner for a mustang owner. Let?s put it this way from what I have been told this K member has an unlimited mile 2 year free replacement warranty against any cracks or stress. The company has weighed each and every k member they could get there hands on. This k member was 17% lighter than the lightest k member on the market today. Needless to say I will be removing my D&D unit this week and installing one of these. The owner made them especially for the 03-04 cobras there is no oil filter re-location Needed.


    I personaly built my cobra for street and strip use not road racing this is why I am buying this one. I can't remember the last time I Apexed a corner.
    I paid 1200.00 for k member and arms.







    If you like come down and check them out. We can demo them for anyone who wants one

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    K member

    Dan, I recently posted a question regarding the mm K-member replacement versus competitors. I am a wanna be weekend worrior and new to Az (Flagstaff). I am more interested in road racing vs drag. I had my car built by mustang ranch in Sanata clara, Ca (2000). The car is typical in hp (96 cobra) with the set up i have 490 rwhp, forged internals cp pistons,.... I have the MM rear grip pack, Pan hard bar, torque arm, 5way tokiko..... If what you say is true regarding the new k-member (does this include a-arms and necessary components for the front suspension replacement (coilovers??) would you still recommend this K-memeber?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitch22 View Post
    Dan, I recently posted a question regarding the mm K-member replacement versus competitors. I am a wanna be weekend worrior and new to Az (Flagstaff). I am more interested in road racing vs drag. I had my car built by mustang ranch in Sanata clara, Ca (2000). The car is typical in hp (96 cobra) with the set up i have 490 rwhp, forged internals cp pistons,.... I have the MM rear grip pack, Pan hard bar, torque arm, 5way tokiko..... If what you say is true regarding the new k-member (does this include a-arms and necessary components for the front suspension replacement (coilovers??) would you still recommend this K-memeber?

    yes due to the street miles this will see

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    Can't wait to install one. BTW I never got the email, let me know.

    Derek

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    where are the pics.. I am interested in this
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