94-04 Ford Mustang Godspeed Coilovers- MonoSS

Brand: Godspeed

Part number: MSS0910

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Godspeed Coilovers- MonoSS for 94-04 Ford Mustang

Part Number:MSS0910

Godspeed Project's MonoSS is the entry level in their family of single-adjustable coilover kits. These coilovers are designed to be a street friendly race built coilover at an affordable price. MonoSS Coilovers feature a monotube damper that is made out of a carbon seamless steel 52mm tube with a performance internal piston providing maximum damper response. The cold-bent springs are made from high strength SAE9252 steel to optimize the balance between performance and comfort. Using race quality shock oil, Godspeed coilovers can guarantee exceptional damper performance at any temperature on and off the track. The top of the shock is attached to the car using a high quality top hat that features a high performance Japanese KOYO 6204Z bearing pillow ball mount (when applicable). The bottom shock brackets are made out of a T7075 forged aluminum or carbon steel brackets for lighter weight without sacrificing durability which also includes brake line brackets (when applicable). The MonoSS offers 16 level of damper adjustability which can be set to your preference.



  • 16 precise levels of damper adjustment
  • Koyo Japan 6204z bearing
  • Polyurethane bushing (if applicable)
  • Monotube shock design
  • Anodized shock body
  • Lightweight aluminum lower mount and T7075 forged aluminum / carbon steel brackets
  • 52mm carbon steel shock body with a performance internal piston
  • Independent ride height and spring preload adjustments
  • Race shock oil with a high viscosity index
  • 1 Year Warranty from Date of Purchase
Spring Rates:
  • Front: 8K
  • Rear: 5K

  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 8 reviews
    Jake C. (Gibsonia, US)

    Doesn't fit well have to grind strut tower to make adjustments. Other then that ride nice

    I am not sure the need to grind was there. It looks like you still have the same amount of adjustment left of the amount you ground and moved. You will have to remove the allen head screws and place them into different holes to maximize your camber adjustments. Leaving the bolts in the normal holes will limit the adjustment. Those camber plates have multiple sets of holes so you can move the adjustment a bit more. I would have tried that before cutting on the body. I would highly suggest putting some flat washers under those nuts now that there has been material removed. You do not want the nuts pulling through the sheetmetal.

    Kevin G.H. (Hickory, US)

    Love how they make my car look good and the ride is amazing aswell

    Peter L. (Oxnard, US)
    Good fit

    Bolted right up. Adjusting ride height took a few tries but overall really nice coil. Can’t be beat for the price imo

    Tony P. (Port Orchard, US)
    They look good came great

    Are they supposed to come with shims? If so I didn’t get any

    Skyler G.S. (Richmond, US)
    First Coilovers

    Never ridden on coilovers before. Took about a day to install. Installed it about a month ago and they're riding well so far, very stiff since I'm on the roughest settings. Holding up and doing their part.