If you want a strut tower brace for the 2015+ Mustang there are a lot of aftermarket choices. Some people however want the option of a more OEM look and feel, and Ford Performance is right there to offer it.
Even better still for our friends in right-hand drive (RHD) markets, Ford Performance offers a version of both strut tower brace kits they sell in for both left-hand drive (LHD) and right-hand drive Mustangs.
The Ford Performance strut tower braces come in two grades, both being versions of what is offered from the factory as part of the track packages.
The first is a stamped steel design that has the lowest price, powder coated in black. It features both the cowl to tower stamping and the cross-bar which has a stainless steel Ford Performance emblem.
Pricing for the LHD kit (M-20201-MA) is $239, the RHD version (M-20201-MARHD) priced a bit higher at $325. The difference between them is the cowl brace which is designed differently to work around the mirror image of brake booster and HVAC apparatus.
The price difference is there for simple economics. The development and engineering budget for both was the same yet that cost has to be spread out over less sales for RHD kits, thus price is higher.
For those wanting something a bit more appealing to the eye and a bit lighter in weight is the strut tower brace kit that mimics that found on the Shelby GT350R.
The cowl stampings are the same but the crossbar is made of high-strength tubular aluminum and the emblem atop reads Ford Performance just the same.
Again this package is offered for both LHD Mustangs (M-20201-GT350) priced at $339 and RHD Mustangs (M-20201-M350RHD) with a price of $425. The cost difference reasoning is the same as explained above.
Both of these packages are design to fit all 2.3 liter EcoBoost and 5.0 liter V8 Mustangs. They will not work with the 3.7 liter V6 or if you have a supercharger sitting atop your 5.0 V8.
As always the prices listed are MSRP and your local Ford Performance retailer may well be willing to negotiate.