Since 1986 when Kenny Brown was approached by Steve Saleen to make the Saleen Mustang a winner on the road racing circuit, Brown has been setting the benchmark for Mustang performance. Today, this benchmark can be found in the latest Advanced Geometry Suspension Systems for the 2005 and newer Mustangs, as well as the Boss 302 and Shelby GT500 models from Kenny Brown Performance. And to show what it’s all about, the Mustang-great has released an eight-part video series dedicated to the evolution, overview and specifics of the new AGS 4.0 GT4 suspension system. Check out how it all began in the video above.
The AGS 4.0 GT4 is the most advance suspension system for the Mustang on the market today, and for good reason. With an evolution that dates back to Brown’s work with Team Saleen in 1986 and 1987, the AGS system has carried Mustang performance to where it is today. There is a reason that Kenny Brown Performance products are some of the most copied components in the aftermarket industry.
Obviously, that means that a lot of thought has gone into the gen-four AGS system and this thought is explained in the AGS 4.0 video series. The first two videos, starting with the one above, go through the evolution of the Kenny Brown AGS system and then through a technical overview of the gen-four setup. The next six videos dive into individual components of the AGS 4.0 GT4 system and explain some of their features and the importance of the technology. From the strut tower brace and lower chassis brace, to the front lower control arm module, these videos cover everything that goes into creating the optimal suspension for your Mustang.
We’ve started you off with the first video of the series above and we’ve also included the second technical overview video below. To take a look at the rest of the video series, check it out on the Kenny Brown Performance website here.