Art Morrison's CAD engineered Max-G frame was designed for a low center of gravity and to take advantage of today's updated suspension components for exceptional performance. Art's facility considered our engine specifications, tire and wheel size, front and rear suspension components and braking requirements. The frame is mandrel-bent 2x4 steel with passages for the side exhaust and driveshaft, which allow for the low center of gravity and ride height, and with the Air Ride Technologies suspension system, the car is capable of attaining a ground clearance of less than 2 inches.

The Air Ride Technologies Ride Pro system components have found a home in the trunk area of the car and will control the ride height of all four wheels using a Thomas compressor with a three-gallon tank and four way solenoids.
Morrison's steel tubular control arms will provide precise steering control along with an AGR power assisted modified Mustang II rack and pinion system. The braking is being handled by Wilwood SL6 calipers with billet 13” vented rotors and controlled by Wilwood's aluminum triple master cylinder pedal assembly containing a balance bar to accurately set brake pedal bias. The rear end is a Ford 9inch housing with a triangulated four bar air suspension containing a Strange Engineering 3:73 posi thirdmember with 35 spline induction hardened axels. Everything is riding on American Racing Shelby Cobra 427 polished wheels. Up front are 17 x 8's, with a 4.75 inch backspacing, and 17x 9.5, with a 5.75 inch backspacing on the rear and mounted on 245/45ZR and 285/40ZR BF Goodrich G-Force KDWS T/A's.