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Hello All!

 

Thought I'd share my build with another site. I was primarily on SN95Forums, then i went to Instagram/Facebook/YouTube, and now giving this a go. Here are the DETS:

 

Bought this car from my dad's co-worker's wife. She was the original owner, which makes me the not original owner (AKA second owner). Bought the car because "why the hell not." It was my daily driver from 03/2014 till 03/2017, until it was retired by my Lexus, and sent to Race duty only. Now, it sits in my garage with my 1972 Coupe. Bought the car bone stock, literally. It even had the factory radio. Then, I got a hold of it and really fucked shit up. Since the car is autocrossed, road raced, taken a part, put back together, cursed at, and hard parked, I made the following. Some of the links are broken, but thats ok, so is my car. 

 

 

  • Blog site, click here.
  • Shop, click here.
  • List of parts wanted, click here.
  • List of parts for sale, click here.
  • Build album, click here.
  • Photoshoot album, click here.
  • Build page, Instagram, click here.
  • Build page, Facebook, click here.
  • Personal Instagram, click here.
  • YouTube playlist, click here. 

 

Sponsors: 

 

Build Sheet (Autocross/Road Racing)

  • Engine
    • Cooling:
      • Setrab USA FP920M22I Fanpack (for oil)
        • ProLine 9-Series, 20-row cooler
        • Two low-profile 342cfm sealed-motor Spal fans
        • Sandwich adapter 
      • Setrab USA FP113M22I Fanpack (for power steering)
        • ProLine 1-Series 13-row cooler
        • One low-profile 142cfm sealed-motor Spal fan
        • 180*F thermal switch
        • Steel braided hoses and AN fitting conversion for the lower pressure
      • SVE aluminum radiator
        • Mark 8 fan/shroud
    • Exhaust:
    • Intake:
      • BBK 70mm throttle body
      • BBK 76MM mass air flow sensor
      • BBK cold air intake
    • Fuel:
      • Aeromotive adjustable fuel pressure regulator
    • Battery relocation kit (to the trunk)
  • Drivetrain
    • Ford Racing aluminum driveshaft
    • Steeda Tri-Ax shifter
    • McLeod Super Street Pro clutch
    • Steeda adjustable clutch cable kit
  • Suspension/Chassis
    • Front:
      • Maximum Motorsports front coil-over kit
      • Maximum Motorsports/Bilstein Sport Valved struts
      • 2000 Mustang spindle swap w/ARP extended wheel studs
      • Maximum Motorsports front non-offset control arms with delrin bushings
      • Low profile control arm bolts
      • Maximum Motorsports front sway bar relocation brackets
      • Maximum Motorsports 1996+ Tubular K-Member
      • Maximum Motorsports Bolt through dumpster kit
      • Energy poly urethane sway bar mount bushing
      • Prothane Rack & Pinion bushings
      • Steeda X2 ball joints
    • Rear:
      • Maximum Motorsports rear coil-over kit
      • Maximum Motorsports/Bilstein Sport Valved shocks
      • Maximum Motorsports panhard bar/torque Arm
      • Maximum Motorsports spherical upper shock mounts
    • Chassis:
      • Maximum Motorsports solid motor mounts
      • Energy poly urethane transmission mount
      • Stifflers tubular transmission cross-member
      • Maximum Motorsports 6-point roll bar w/ road race diagonal brace
      • Maximum Motorsports full length subframe connectors
  • Brakes/Wheels/Tires
  • Exterior
  • Interior

 

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5 hours ago, 95riosnake said:

Love your car, I run the Source IG page and have posted your car up on there a few times. Glad to have you here :drink_to_that:

DUDE!!! I had no idea that was you. I thought i was invisible to you! I have questions about your car. lol 

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28 minutes ago, b.mad said:

DUDE!!! I had no idea that was you. I thought i was invisible to you! I have questions about your car. lol 

 

If your question is how many inches of dust is it under, the answer is 1, lol.

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This weekend i sold and installed the old spoiler i had on my car and got rid of the splitter rods. I also got rid of the front air dam. Kinda an idea on what Madd Motorsports can do for you! Which means, some big stuff happening! I've already started, but haven't shared with anyone ;) 

 

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13 hours ago, OLD H2S said:

Does anyone make shaft extensions for the steering wheel? The stock location is not right for long legs.

I wouldnt call it a shaft extension. But the momo hub/quick release combo might help with that. Only if you have aftermarket. If you are keeping the stock steering wheel, youll need to have something custommade. I have no seen something that extends the shaft without having to replace the while shaft

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21 hours ago, OLD H2S said:

Does anyone make shaft extensions for the steering wheel? The stock location is not right for long legs.

 

You should try using your arms then. Trollololololol

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On 7/19/2017 at 2:29 PM, RedTwilight said:

 

What's going to go in its place?

 

On 7/19/2017 at 2:32 PM, ttocs said:

I know you have a plan but naturally now its a little hard to see.

 

Glad you guys asked! because i do have a plan! So a little back story, the bumper that was cut up was the same bumper i had over a year ago when i had my splitter. If you remember from the old forum that i broke my splitter and it broke my bumper cover. So thats this bumper cover. And since i had it laying around, ive been using it as a template to do stuff. the latest experiment is this. 

 

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i don't think cardboard is going to hold up under speed....and you might want to at least plasti-dip it first to kinda match the body color.

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12 minutes ago, White95 said:

I know what he's doing, in fact, we've discussed this at length. This will be the R&D for my setup :D

But what happens when the cardboard gets wet?:P;)

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3 hours ago, Prokiller said:

i don't think cardboard is going to hold up under speed....and you might want to at least plasti-dip it first to kinda match the body color.

Thats because you are using cheap tape. With the good stuff, it will handle anything! And i already ordered the plasti-dip. 

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