Start driving a better handling Fox Body/SN95 with a FAY\\'S2 Suspension Watts Link. Based on the same suspension technology the factories used in the Trans Am wars from 1968 through today and used in all professional road racing series around the globe. Uses factory mounting points plus some drilling. NO welding or cutting! Accomidates factory over the axle exhaust systems! All our Watts Links use .120 wall square tubing, grade 8 and 5 hardware, and chromemoly rod ends with a 25,000 pound lateral load. We made be a pound or two heavier than some manufacturers would build a Watts Link but we build to withstand the track AND the much more demanding street use. We will not compromise on quality or strength!
FAYS2 Fox Body/SN95 Watts Link protoype viewed from the rear.
FAYS2 Fox Body/SN95 Watts Link passenger side axle clamp is 6 inches wide and .125 inches thick and uses .5 inch grade 8 bolts.
FAYS2 Fox Body/SN95 Watts Link drivers side axle clamp is 3 inches wide and .125 inches thick and uses .4375 inch grade 8 bolts.
FAYS2 Fox Body/SN95 Watts Link protoype closeup viewed from the rear.
FAYS2 Fox Body/SN95 Watts Link protoype installed on a 1998 viewed from the rear.
FAYS2 Fox Body/SN95 Watts Link protoype installed on a 1998 viewed from below showing 2.5 inch factory style exhaust.
FAYS2 Fox Body/SN95 Watts Link protoype viewed from the rear with aftermarket fuel cell. In this photo the after market fuel pump has not been remounted.
The above three photos show the passengers side axle clamp. This clamp will be angled down at approximately 120 degrees.
This photo shows the drivers side frame rail plate attached using the existing quad shock bolts. The quad shock plate will re-mount over this plate using the factory bolts. The installer is drilling the .5 /.375 inch hole behind the factory shock. If your car does not have factory quad shocks you will be supplied additional shoulder bolts and instuctions to drill the four holes not provided by the factory.
This shot shows the swaybar reloction bracket which relocates the sway bar down and forward. This bracket will vary depending on your year of car. The final production bracket will be cut on an angle per the red line in the photo.
This photo shows the swaybar located down and forward to clear the watts propellor.