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Old 06-07-2013, 08:32 AM   #1
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Ultimate handling machine

Hey all, I wanted to know if anyone could help me create a wish list for everything I would need to turn my mustang into a great handling car.
I am looking for this:

Item name - item price - how important it is for handling

I would need to save up money before affording all the parts I'm sure I'll need but I really want to turn my car into the ultimate handling machine
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Look at maximum motorsports handling packages, Griggs racing is good too but expensive.
Full legth subframe brace welded in, tubular K member, torque arm/panhard (or watts link) setup in rear. Coilover conversion all around. Caster Camber plates. Welded roll cage. strut and shock tower brace. Weight reduction. Good Tires are going to change the feel a LOT. Lighter wheels, lighter flywheel, lighter driveshaft, a good LSD. If you could afford this, your car would be a beast. Bigger sway bars.

Even with you engine completely stock, the above car would be amazing to drive
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Look at maximum motorsports handling packages, Griggs racing is good too but expensive.
Full legth subframe brace welded in, tubular K member, torque arm/panhard (or watts link) setup in rear. Coilover conversion all around. Caster Camber plates. Welded roll cage. strut and shock tower brace. Weight reduction. Good Tires are going to change the feel a LOT. Lighter wheels, lighter flywheel, lighter driveshaft, a good LSD. If you could afford this, your car would be a beast. Bigger sway bars.

Even with you engine completely stock, the above car would be amazing to drive
+1 I completely agree.
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What years is your car? Go for an adjustable panhard rod and relocation kit for the UCA.
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Old 06-07-2013, 12:37 PM   #5
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My gt is an 07. All good thoughts guys thanks. I'll look up all these things to see what's worth doing and what can be pushed off
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