Dech Suspension

If there was one thing that DECH was known for it was suspension and handling. Some might thing that Dech just made body kits but that was just a support mechanism to the performance of these cars to assist in aerodynamics and making them even faster on the track! Some really impressive products until this day were in fact created to help not just foxbody Mustangs perform but even SN-95! Just a few of the impressive products that hit production were:

Dech Grabbers: As simple as lowering the rear lower control arm and lowering the vehicles rear end while adjusting the pinion angle, this allowed the car to effective squat down and glue itself down to the road more effectively.

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Dech Springs: Simple and effective, lowering the cars center of gravity to the ground to help it cut corners. There is so much engineering that went into these springs it’s not even funny. They are also known to be one of the stiffest spring types that were ever offered to the market until this day. The springs in conjunction with the Koni shocks called for a stiff but high performing ride. You could however order a set of Koni Red (softer) or Koni Yellow (harder) depending on your intentions with the car.

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Dech G-Load Brace: Keeping things stiff and well connected, although Derek Hanson didn’t believe in subframe connectors on his cars, he did want to keep the front end tight and weight distributed equally. This was done with a G-Load brace that was a 2-point mount that connected one side of the K member to the other.

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Dech ASG: The limited production Dech Advanced Suspension Geometry (ASG) is probably one of the most underrated components to be produced. Originally made for the SN95 cars, there are probably more installed on foxbodies today as there were only around 12 of these units sold prior to the closing of DECH. This set up allows for proper pivoting and weight distribution of the rear end via the “bespoke” bushing and putting the power down where it matters.

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