I bought the rod and when I came to fit it I couldn't understand why the pivot was at the 'wrong' end of the cross member according to the Mulfab instructions. No matter, it still fitted and a helpful conversation with Mulfab revealed that it was an older model made for racers. Although it didn't matter on road cars the mounting was handed to help with dominant bends on race circuits.
What a load of tosh
When I worked for Mulfab, we made Panhard rod kits in two different widths, along with left and right handed versions depending on model, and also a “raised” pivot kit to clear the fuel lines on the cars with the external injection pump behind the drivers (RHD) seat
We simplified the kits to be narrow and the wide, along with standardising the pivot on the offside (behind the driver on RHD cars)
I fabricated literally hundreds of kits in the 6 years I was there and we never made one “specifically” for racing
Sorry you crashed yours though