Whiteline is a company that you may not know if you are a die hard domestic car owner, though a very popular import car suspension company. Their theory is to generate a properly operating suspension for mainly road worthy cars, making the ride characteristics much closer to an OEM-like feel. Whiteline has started to dive into the domestic market hard over the last year and have released some products for popular late-model Detroit muscle.

For the S197 Mustang, They have a front anti dive kit. This changes the front control arm geometry to keep a Mustang from nosing over hard during aggressive braking. Additionally it allows for castor adjustment, which the Mustang does not support in stock form. The front sway bar design on an S197 makes it hard to put a big sway bar on due to the clearance issues. Whiteline actually uses the same 32mm diameter front bar but spaces it off the frame, shortening the distance to the endlink, making the bar operate like a 34.5mm counterpart. Also, there are 3 adjustment points for softening and hardening from the standard preset.

Being a Australian based company, they were able to work on the G8 long before we received them in the USA. They have a wide range of parts for the car, including the front radius rod bushing that they highlight. The stock bushing is filled with fluid, and when they eventually break, will make the front end sloppy. They replace that bushing with a poly version for worry free operation. They also have rear cross member inserts to keep the rear suspension from sliding around as well as front and rear sway bars.

Check out http://www.whiteline.com.au for more information

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