MMI has created a full length subframe connector for the Falcon sedans. These are among the most needy of chassis stiffening. Welding to the floor in four points from the rear frame rail all the way to the front torque box, the MMI subframe connectors are the best on the market. These are not simply copies of the connectors we offer for the Mustang, they are specifically designed to work with your Falcon and contour to the floors to maximize ground clearance.
Built to withstand the punishment of racing while maintaining road manners and improved handling on and off the track, the MOD subframe connectors will greatly enhance the ride and performance of your 60-65 Falcon.
Made from 2″ .120 wall round steel tubing, these 75″ connectors are longer than just about anything else available. Why? With subframe connectors, the goal is to grab as much chassis as possible to minimize flex and fatigue. These longer connectors weld to the body and frame in four locations, preventing them from pivoting on only two points. This significantly reduces the flex found in early unibody Falcons and stiffens the chassis overall, allowing the suspension to do the work.
These are only available as a weld in option. We have found that bolt in subframes pull at the thin metal underneath the car and aren’t nearly as effective as a true weld in solution. This also allows the subframe connectors to serve as future jacking points, preventing further damage to your frame rails or floor pan.
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Stiffen up your Falcon with a set of MMI Falcon full length subframe connectors.