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iRoush

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About iRoush

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  • Birthday 07/01/1990

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My SN95

  • Model Other
  • Car 1999 Roush Stage II
  1. in more ways than one 😍
  2. 😘
  3. i'll try to poke my head in and out every once in awhile.
  4. i know that guy!
  5. I appreciate the shoutout gentlemen. Sorry i've fallen off the face of the earth, not much time for forums anymore!
  6. Hey man can you please tell me where you got that wide body kit?!?

     

  7. Keep in mind 0 toe will turn into toe out at speed. I'd go with a slight toe in if you don't want the tires to wear quicker but if you don't mind go zero toe. since it's a street car, stick with -2 degrees camber and +4 degrees caster. if you do not have a bumpsteer kit or you don't know how to cycle bumpsteer out, do NOT run more than +4 degrees as the car will have issues keeping the wheel straight as the suspension compresses. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I prefer Bilsteins over Koni for track events. mainly the maximum Motorsports specific valving makes the feel of the car so much better. yes they are non-adjustable but they really don't need to be either if the car is properly set up. you're not going to see a huge difference between the adjustable koni's and the non-adjustsbles. all the tunability is for is just fine tuning the setup. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. JLT is the intake to go with for 2v and 4v's. it's the most well designed and can produce some great horsepower gains. I suggest the RAI as it keeps the filter from being mounted low (the CAI is mounted low which is bad for rainy environments) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. mustangs suck!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Intake spacers aren't worth it on the 4.6, gains come from replacing the plenum in it's entirety, not just extending it's height. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. LOL, sorry guys. Realistically Solar, the best way to tune out understeer is by adding either a watts or panhard bar so you can adjust roll center (you need to also eliminate the UCA's because those cause a super high Roll Center). From there you can play with roll center height and if need be go to a bigger rear sway bar (the ford 25mm bar works well for me up to this point). There's so many large problems that need to be addressed to correct the understeer the SN95 chassis has, there's numerous ways to do it, I recommend doing everything at once (coilovers, 3-link, watts link/phb, etc. etc.) but if you can't the aforementioned methods will temporarily resolve the understeer.
  13. http://youtu.be/_pFObyIOHcI
  14. tell that to all the idiots at mustang week who wrecked from throttle induced snap oversteer