|09-25-2002, 03:59 PM||#21 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 1999
the boxes where the lower control arms mount. They are sheetmetal and you can weld the seems to keep them from ripping apart.
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'93 Mustang GT
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|09-28-2002, 08:31 AM||#22 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: West Bloomfield, MI
i have the factory 5 control arms as well and love them. they are well mannored for the street as well as allow the rear to hook great. the company is good too...
90 GT black/ grey leather
ported GT-40 heads w/ 1.7RR, Cobra intake w/ ported lower, 24# injectors, 190LPH pump, 75mm Pro-M MAF, 65mm TB, K&N panel, BBK long tubes, Off road H-pipe, 2 ch. Flowmaster, Black magic fan, Kirban FPR, 180 deg. T-stat, 3.73's, Steeda Tri-Ax, 130 amp alt. Accell 8.8 race wires/cap/rotor, motorcraft plugs, Factory Five suspension, etc etc etc....
|09-28-2002, 11:45 AM||#23 (permalink)|
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Join Date: Oct 1998
Location: Alberta, Canada
I use the MM nonadjustables and love them, but again I'm more of a cornering guy than a drag guy. For straight line I would probably cheap out a bit more and do something with just urethane bushings in both ends of the control arm, and I would also replace the upper control arms with something tubular/adjustable. JD's Performance seems to have a good deal for drag setups, and Stangnet's Partshopper has good deals on the Pro3i arms for cornering setups (very similar to the MM arms).
|09-28-2002, 11:07 PM||#24 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2002
Location: SanAntonio, Tx
When, if i weld my boxes, can i use a wire feed mig? and do i just weld a bead down the seam? i am launching pretty hard right now, and want to avoid problems when i get some serious power...thnx.
X-Texas highway patrol ssp 1990 coupe - exploder Gt-40 iron heads, Explorer intake, 19 lber's. E-cam. crane 1.7 rollers. 190fp. 75mm maf. 65mm tb, tubular subframe connectors, mac cai, Asp crank pulley, T-5, king cobra clutch, flowtech 1-5/8 unequals, mac X-pipe Frpp driveshaft, lakewood Lca's.
race weight 3,160
12.69 @ 107.35, 1.71 60' 26x8.5 drag's 3.90 gear
13.20 @ 106.91 - 235/60/15 firestones 2.3 60' 3.27 gear
|09-29-2002, 08:29 AM||#25 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 1999
Location: Pierre Part, La. U.S.A.
Place a jack under the box and "push it up tight" then weld around all seams, any place that two pieces meet weld it. Then take the back seat out and weld the spots that have pulled loose. Take the back seat out first, or it will catch fire.
1988 Mustang LX 342. 417rwhp @ 6800. 28 X 10 ET Drag, 4.30s, 10.69 @ 126.43 1.42 60ft. 11.13 @ 127.7 on BFGs 1.72 60ft
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