Build postponed due to health issues. Now thinking hard about Coupe. While the plan is going on thrashing a 97 donor I refer as The Beater. Daily driver is a 2011 Mustang Convertible which is a blast, can't wait til those beach cruises are in a Roadster.
Myrtle Beach, SC
Cars and Grandkids
Daily Driver 2011 Ford Mustang Convertible
Donor 1997 Mustang Coupe The biggest performance item in any car is the loose nut holding the steering wheel.
I am new to the FFR challenge scene and bought an early configuration car last year to run in NASA. FF Challenge is dead in my area as well so I'm looking at ST3 or 4 so that I won't be winning a class of 1. I didn't change a thing on the car last year and just did some events for me and the car to get to know each other. So my question today is where to go with the car. Brakes are a must and got with Levy racing on that. What's next to make this old car competitive? Wheels and tires or do
Was watching some of the video from yesterday and got to thinking about driveshaft alignment being critical. Could you guys comment on how things differ with IRS and Live axles. From a quick glance it appears you should see almost no movement with IRS so why isn't it just a direct connect?
Secondly I always heard that there needed to be a small matching angle at both ends for a live axle but it doesn't look like the IRS has any adjustability. So
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