Rear Vertical Links, 2015-2021 Ford Mustang and GT350



SKU:  VL-50-1000


  • CorteX Racing new rear vertical link kit for 2015 -2021 Ford Mustang and GT350
  • Upgrading this component reduces the deflection of the vertical link connection point
  • Quicker power transfer through the suspension to the tires
  • Equally beneficial for road race for crisper power transfer to the tires
  • Consistent and predictable handling
  • Made from billet 6061-T6 anodized aluminum and stainless steel spacers


Improve Performance

These rear vertical links are essential for any dedicated track car and the best part, NVH increase is minimal so we use them on our street cars as well!



Rear Vertical Links, 2015-2021 Ford Mustang and GT350

CorteX Racing Rear Vertical Link Kit for 2015-2021 Ford Mustang and GT350


All S550 Mustang GT, Ecoboost, GT350 except GT500

This upgrade reduces defection caused by the soft rubber bushings used on the OEM vertical links.

DIY Easy Install

These parts can be installed at home with standard tools.  After installation, it is best to have the alignment check by a professional alignment shop.

What does this do for you?

The factory Ford vertical links have a lot of compliance that is undesirable on a performance vehicle. The CorteX vertical links replace soft bushings with spherical bearings.

Made from billet 6061-T6 anodized aluminum with stainless steel reducer spacer. No more deflection under loading which means power is put down the ground quicker and with less wheel hop.

The CorteX Racing vertical links utilize American-made high-quality rod ends with stainless balls and Teflon-lined races so you will have years of trouble-free operation, just like our camber plates and sway bar end links.


Kits include:

  • Set of rear vertical links
  • Reducer spacers
  • New premium hardware

Instructions are available for download online.



Additional information

Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 4 × 4 in


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