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Old 12-17-1999, 01:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
Fast JIm
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Question Ride height

Duz anyone know the stock ride height of a 1990 GT? Where is it measured? I'm gonna be doing some auto x ing this spring and I am starting to (research) pay attention to my suspension. I bought my car already modified and its pretty stiffly sprung, so I have begun to investigate. I realize i'll be running "street prepared rear wheel drive" class.

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90'GT,K&N,headers,Flowmasters, Off road H-pipe,Crane cam & 1.7 roller rocker arms,70mm t/b, Jacobs ign, pulleys& short belt,Hoosier Quick Time Pro tires, Edlebrock intake, oh yeah 3.73 gears wif a 5sp, Electric fan, King Cobra clutch, Plain old air shocks in the rear. KB subframes,Lakewood driveshaft loop, crappy paint and dirty carpet. Best 1/8 mi time..8.494@81.06 MPH..1.759 60ft

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Old 12-17-1999, 03:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If you can run street prepared with gears, you're doing better than I am. In my club, and I think SCCA, rear gears put you in "prepared" automatically. You might wanna check that out...

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96 GT: KB subs, March pulleys, Bassani X pipe, 3.73's, alum. drive shaft, 70mm TB, K&N, KB Carbon Kevlar BP, Steeda Tri-ax shifter, Flowmasters, MSD wires

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Old 12-17-1999, 04:14 PM   #3 (permalink)
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It dosen't really matter, but its basically a "race what you brung" as long as its got DOT tires and rear wheel drive. Not only gears but the motor stuff also, plus ths subframes. No matter i'll step up to where I need to if I enjoy it as much as I do drag racing and I think I will!

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90'GT,K&N,headers,Flowmasters, Off road H-pipe,Crane cam & 1.7 roller rocker arms,70mm t/b, Jacobs ign, pulleys& short belt,Hoosier Quick Time Pro tires, Edlebrock intake, oh yeah 3.73 gears wif a 5sp, Electric fan, King Cobra clutch, Plain old air shocks in the rear. KB subframes,Lakewood driveshaft loop, crappy paint and dirty carpet. Best 1/8 mi time..8.494@81.06 MPH..1.759 60ft

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