AME’s Multi-Link In­de­pen­dent Rear Sus­pen­sion de­liv­ers what noted SCCA cham­pion Mary Pozzi calls “The BEST sus­pen­sion I’ve ever felt un­der­neath a car on a track!”

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The Multi-Link IRS was pop­u­lar­ized by mar­ques like Fer­arri, Porsche and BMW —and Mor­ri­son takes it a step fur­ther with brute strength and the abil­ity to han­dle se­ri­ous

horse­power. It has many im­por­tant fea­tures that “old style” Jag, Co­bra, C2/C3 and af­ter­mar­ket de­signs lack.

What’s more, the AME Multi-Link IRS is also ide­ally suited for the street. Ben­e­fits in­clude the abil­ity to main­tain stable cor­ner load sit­u­a­tions, es­tab­lish func­tion­ally in­de­pen­dent cam­ber and toe curves, and en­joy a qui­eter ride with re­duced noise, vi­bra­tion and harsh­ness. You get it all!

Multi-LinkIRS is of­fered on AME Tri-5 GT Sport chas­sis as shown plus other ap­pli­ca­tions.

Multi-Link IRS is avail­able in rear clips, like this Gen 1 Ca­maro setup. AME now of­fers com­pact, short and fullsized IRS cra­dles.

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