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Old 11-05-2012, 01:41 AM   #1
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Launching a 5.0 with 4.10 Gears

Hey guys I have 410 and few other bolt on car runs great but I can't seem to grab at all I have 245 16 60 tire size in the back and I just replace my shocks in the back any advice
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Better suspension and more tire! If u don't have these 2 things along with more gear then u r just spinning your tires, literally! Lol
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Upgrade rear control arms, sub frame connectors, weight transfer (i.e. Battery relocation kit)...these items are pretty cheap so id start here first and should help alot
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Better suspension and more tire! If u don't have these 2 things along with more gear then u r just spinning your tires, literally! Lol
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Upgrade rear control arms, sub frame connectors, weight transfer (i.e. Battery relocation kit)...these items are pretty cheap so id start here first and should help alot
All good ideas. The control arms I use are the umi lift bars. Well priced and make a world of difference.
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:48 AM   #5
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Lol yea... Well I have upgraded my shocks to some kyb gas a just shocks the cars really solid but tires are really gone but thanks alot,I ask this cus I know if I do a race without grabbing Its a loose hahah thanks a lot

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So your telling me also get a better rear control arm? it looks like a bar won't really make a diffrence huh? But I gues it will
I'll start there and get subframe connectors hope that should help along with some semi slicks
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Hey guys I have 410 and few other bolt on car runs great but I can't seem to grab at all I have 245 16 60 tire size in the back and I just replace my shocks in the back any advice
Look up American muscle acelaraton pack on YouTube
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Look up American muscle acelaraton pack on YouTube
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You can always check out maximum Motorsports at maximummotorsporrs.com and check out their grip box package. They are all about mustang suspension and making them launch and handle. You will find little else on their web site.
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A no lie thank guys for being very helpfull I apprechiate I will take all those things into consideration
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Hey guys I have 410 and few other bolt on car runs great but I can't seem to grab at all I have 245 16 60 tire size in the back and I just replace my shocks in the back any advice
Peluks90,

With 4.10s you're definitely going to need a tire. I would recommend getting a sticky street tire or Radial under there! Everything listed above will help as well. Sticky Tires, Upper/Lower Control Arms and Subframe connectors will put you in good shape!

I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions!

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