VEHICLE PLANNING


WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO WITH YOUR CAR?

Begin with the following questions:
  • What is the ultimate goal of my car?
  • What is more important: ride quality or handling performance?
  • What is more important: straight line performance or cornering performance?
  • What is my target horsepower?

With so many Mustang parts on the market, choosing the right ones can be a daunting task. Our own huge parts list is no exception.

 We know it can be surprisingly difficult to answer these questions, but you've got to start thinking about what your goal for your car is. Buying parts piece meal usually results in a hodgepodge of components that, acting together, don't address the inherent problems of the chassis for your particular application. We have developed systems and sub-systems to assist you in developing the chassis you not only want, but need, in a step by step method that keeps the car balanced and usable between steps, and precludes buying things twice.  If you would like a precursory worksheet to help with your planning process, please see our  Vehicle Build-Up Questionnaire

The only way to achieve the Mustang of your dreams is through the proper selection of parts that compose a system that properly affects the car's handling characteristics for the specific use of the car. If you have not made a definite determination as to the usage of the car you will have a difficult time building it correctly the first time. We have broken this catalog down into sections that address the majority of applications. If you read the descriptions of the parts and systems thoroughly you should be able to make a determination that will save you a lot of time, money and grief. Starting with late model (1979-current Mustangs and 1983 to 1988 T Birds), which are all variations of the GR-40 Suspension Package, they are:

Where safety in handling and wet weather is coupled with good ride as the primary parameter, along with a lowered look.  The bonus in this GR40 combination is a Mustang capable of comfortably taking freeway on ramps as well or better than finest European sports sedans with ease of control and superior tire wear.

If you want a canyon cruiser, build a Weekend Toy.

If you want to go to the Drag strip once in a while, build a Street/Strip car.

BUILD YOUR CHASSIS


Select one of the options below, our Virtual Consultant will guide you step-by-step to your ideal chassis system.

Our Virtual Consultant presents a guided experience, only showing items compatible with your choices.

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BUILD THE REST

Once your chassis is geometrically correct, you can maximize the other systems of your vehicle.
Our Virtual Consult will present you with tried and true configurations, resulting in winning performance.

 
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