Introducing Our Latest Revision to the Panhard Bar
We are pleased to announce our latest revision to our panhard bar assembly for vintage Mustangs. Newly redesigned, the latest evolution of our Panhard Rod is now lighter, easier to run exhaust through, and offers improved serviceability.
Rear Brakes for Classic Mustangs and Fords
Thinking about upgrading the rear brakes on your vintage Mustang or Ford? Maybe to a disc brake? There's a couple things you need to know before choosing your setup.
Choosing the Right Brakes for Your Classic Ford
Let walk you through the differences in the packages we offer, and why it makes sense to purchase a system instead of piecing it together.
Ball Joints – The Unsung Hero of Suspension Systems
Let Mike walk you through some of what he's discovered about ball joints and what MMI has been doing to improve the feel and performance of this lowly part.
The MOD Control Arm for Classic Mustang, Falcon, and Fairlane
We’ve redesigned the upper control arm to greatly improve ride quality while including several features that benefit your alignment and suspension performance.
Maier in a Corvette?
Why is Maier behind the wheel of a Corvette? Did I see him in a Toyota?! What happened to the old school Mustangs? Let Mike tell you why he's been spotted behind the wheels of *gasp* cars besides vintage Mustangs.
Choosing a Shock for Your Classic Mustang
Most people can feel the difference between a high-power and low-power engine in their head. But few have experienced the difference between a good shock like our Bilstein setup, and a truly great shock like the ones we provide from JRi. In this video Mike explains the difference between the two and why he thinks the JRi is worth the extra investment.
Why We Don’t Sell Drop Spindles
Are you thinking about drop spindles for your classic Mustang? Maybe because you want to cram a 315 tire in the front? Listen, we've been there, we've tried that, and it made Ol' Blue slower and worse to drive. Here's Mike Maier explaining why drop spindles in a classic Mustang are a bad idea.
Deep Dive into the Voodoo Falcon Build
The Voodoo Falcon started life as a 1963.5 Falcon Sprint that was re-engineered by Mike Maier Inc. and Tom Kirkham for supercar like performance. In this series, We take a deep dive with owner Jorgen Moller of Racedeck, along with Mike and Tom for the Deep Dive series about the entire build process, strategy & vision behind it. Along with some first road and track tests! Powered by a GT350 R, cantilever suspension, endless fabrication and more.
Racedeck’s Voodoo Falcon
Leave it up to Jorgen Moller, CEO of SnapLock Industries and makers of RaceDeck flooring, to derive the premise of what he calls the VooDoo Falcon – an idea that has been stirring in his mind for a few years is now nearing completion. A car…
Learning What to Change in Pursuit of Faster Times
Building and racing a car is an iterative process. No racer (or team for that matter) goes out with a freshly built car and expects it to perform at its best. Instead, the best to approach to a new build is thinking of it like a rough draft,…
The Hidden Cost of Building a Better Product
A few years ago, Roy and his boys Rocky and Max decided to build a 65 Mustang. That’s a big challenge for most of us, but they had an additional complication: they live in Maui. Finding worthwhile local shops to work on a classic car is a…