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Old 10-10-2014, 09:38 PM   #1
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New Guy, 2014 Gt pics

Glad to join up, owned alot of mustangs but this one is my favorite. I have about 1200 miles on it now, 2014 GT track package, cloth recaros, M6. Heading to track soon. I tried to be a little different both under the hood and on the wheel and tire set up, constructive criticism allowed
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Black GT500 19X8.5 and 18X10
Mickey Thomson ET streets 305/45/18, MT street comps 255/40/19
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Jumping Jehoshaphat. That's a lot of mods for 1K on the odo. Looks great!
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he musta called AM and been like
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welcome, beautiful engine bay!
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Be careful with that Torsen rear at the track. It's not meant for drag racing.
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Nice set up, you need to lower it though.
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man that's wicked..looks bad@$$ Def lower it!
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Thanks! yea im not sure if im gonna lower it, i lowered my 97 cobra and had hella problems. Ive also heard that the torsen isnt a good rear end for drag racing. I wanna make the car a street car meant for 30-120mph races. Kinda wish i would bought a stock auto and just added procharger. But its all good!
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Torsen is not good for drag racing? Why? Why is it on my car then?
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Torsen Limited-Slip Differential
The Torsen is the ultimate performance differential. Combine a well balanced suspension package on your Mustang with a Torsen for incredible traction! The Torsen's unique torque-sensing ability keeps engine power going to the ground during changing traction conditions. The Torsen functions as an open differential as long as the amount of torque transmitted to each rear wheel remains equal. When one tire begins to lose traction, the Torsen instantly senses the change in torque being applied to the ground. The excess torque that cannot be delivered to the ground by the tire that is beginning to lose traction is delivered to the opposite tire, which has better traction and can take more torque.

The Torque Bias Ratio (TBR) is the ratio indicating how much more torque the Torsen can send to the tire with more available traction, than is used by the tire with less traction. This ratio represents the "locking effect" of the differential.

The 4:1 TBR of the Torsen T-2R means that this differential is capable of delivering up to four times as much torque to the tire with better traction than is delivered to the tire with the least available traction. By comparison, the Torsen T-2R can deliver about 2.5 times as much torque to both rear tires, collectively, as an open differential can, given the same conditions.

During braking there is little or no torque being conveyed to the differential, and so there is little or no torque difference between the two rear tires. Therefore, the Torsen differential will not support any appreciable torque "wind-up" between the two rear tires during braking. Because of this, the Torsen differential does not interfere with the functioning of anti-lock brake systems.

The clutch plates of the Mustang's stock Traction-Lock differential wear out, requiring periodic replacement to maintain its functionality. This wear causes axle endplay on a solid axle car, which in turn increases brake pad kickback. Axle endplay does not increase over time with a Torsen differential because it does not have clutch plates to wear out. This makes the Torsen differential ideal for use with fixed-mount brake calipers.

While it is ideal for street use, autocrossing, and road racing, the Torsen differential is not recommended for drag strip use. The Torsen differentials fit Mustang 8.8" rear-ends, both solid axle and IRS, and are available in 28 spline and 31 spline versions.
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Torsen is best used for Road Races and Autocross


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That's all good information. I'm sure my torsen loved all 9 passes down the strip this summer lol.


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Old 10-11-2014, 11:26 PM   #14
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Glad to join up, owned alot of mustangs but this one is my favorite. I have about 1200 miles on it now, 2014 GT track package, cloth recaros, M6. Heading to track soon. I tried to be a little different both under the hood and on the wheel and tire set up, constructive criticism allowed
Mods Include the following:
Boss Intake
JLT CAI
Accufab TB
Lund Race Tune
Steeda Catted Xpipe
Corsa Axle back , resonator delete
Barton Shifter
Upper and Lower Control arms
Boss Strut Brace
Black GT500 19X8.5 and 18X10
Mickey Thomson ET streets 305/45/18, MT street comps 255/40/19

Looks great.
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Glad to join up, owned alot of mustangs but this one is my favorite. I have about 1200 miles on it now, 2014 GT track package, cloth recaros, M6. Heading to track soon. I tried to be a little different both under the hood and on the wheel and tire set up, constructive criticism allowed
Mods Include the following:
Boss Intake
JLT CAI
Accufab TB
Lund Race Tune
Steeda Catted Xpipe
Corsa Axle back , resonator delete
Barton Shifter
Upper and Lower Control arms
Boss Strut Brace
Black GT500 19X8.5 and 18X10
Mickey Thomson ET streets 305/45/18, MT street comps 255/40/19
Gee why did you wait so long to do the mods?? Great car!!!!!!
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Man, thats alot of mods for only 1k miles! You are a hard working individual! I salute to you sir!

I love that it is black on black on black!

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Thanks guys! I try to work real hard to keep the mods going. Just wanted to do it all at once instead of piece by piece. I hate the torsen isnt recommended for drag strip. I purchased this car just for that! i guess il drive it till it breaks and put something else in there. The car isnt my daily driver, just weekends. Gonna get big clutch and alumn driveshaft next!!
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Looks good, nice list of mods. I was the same way, mods started before the plates ever showed up. Have you taken it to the track yet?
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Thanks guys! I try to work real hard to keep the mods going. Just wanted to do it all at once instead of piece by piece. I hate the torsen isnt recommended for drag strip. I purchased this car just for that! i guess il drive it till it breaks and put something else in there. The car isnt my daily driver, just weekends. Gonna get big clutch and alumn driveshaft next!!
I bought a Black 14 GT about a month ago. It came with Sportline springs. Congrats on your purchase. I have searched forums and read for two days now trying to decide on shifter. I watched a vid on the barton and love the notchy short shift. reminds me of my tri-ax from my 99. Everybody swears by the MGW though.

My question is do you have any complaints about the Barton. I simply want very short shifts. I love the sound of the shifter going in gear. I just dont want to have to turn the radio up to drown out noise of the transmission going down the road.

Very Nice Ride. The engine bay is a work of art. Keep up the great modding
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Thanks! havent taken it to track, plan on going to the one in Gilliam Lousiana at the end of the month, hopefully weather be in the 55-60 degree. Shifter is awesome, as for the sound, i like a little notchy noise from it, i dont play the radio at all, i just consider it part of the race theme.
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Nice setup, Jason. Let us know how you do on the track.
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Beauty. I need to get that coyote strut brace.. thats really nice. diggin the wheels too. You just showed me 2 things I must have...
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Thanks! yes strut tower brace is just a standard BOSS brace, had my buddy wrap it in 3m carbon fiber and add the decal! one of a kind touch.
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Thanks! yes strut tower brace is just a standard BOSS brace, had my buddy wrap it in 3m carbon fiber and add the decal! one of a kind touch.

Aaaaah I knew there was something special about it.
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Jason14gt , I love what u did with the boss strut tower brace great job


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Looks great Jason! Close to our old bay. Next.........get the battery & brake booster Covers ---- then when you are really ready....... the Vortech

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Glad to join up, owned alot of mustangs but this one is my favorite. I have about 1200 miles on it now, 2014 GT track package, cloth recaros, M6. Heading to track soon. I tried to be a little different both under the hood and on the wheel and tire set up, constructive criticism allowed
Mods Include the following:
Boss Intake
JLT CAI
Accufab TB
Lund Race Tune
Steeda Catted Xpipe
Corsa Axle back , resonator delete
Barton Shifter
Upper and Lower Control arms
Boss Strut Brace
Black GT500 19X8.5 and 18X10
Mickey Thomson ET streets 305/45/18, MT street comps 255/40/19
Constructive criticism allowed but not warrented! LOL. Love the ride man. Really put it together well both in performance and in looks. Great build going on
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Looks great Jason! Close to our old bay. Next.........get the battery & brake booster Covers ---- then when you are really ready....... the Vortech

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WOW! awesome job man, cleanest setup ive seen. I think your budget is bigger than mine LOL. I hope to achieve that same look soon. Hows the vortech? worth the $$???
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Hows the vortech? worth the $$???
Freak'n awesome. Worth every penny. Great to daily drive, yet and animal WOT
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