Discussion in 'Classic Mustang Specific Tech' started by Chudik, Jan 21, 2007.
this is waht for now
All that work, and your going to cut the shock towers off ?!
How much longer you figure before it runs ?
OK, its finally her!!!
I’m the furs person in the world to get this new “Prototype” Superride II suspension for 68 mustang.
And I can say this WOW WOW WOW !!!
Some pictures of what’s going on …
I’m hoping to finish installation by Monday.
Nice work, is that a 68 specific front suspension or will heidts be coming out with the same thing in a 65?
i think is start from 66 to 70
OK, some new updates
Very Nice, I'm glad to see I'm not the only one in the world that see's the benifits of these Heidt's kits. If your gonna do a restore, "Do it Right" Rack & Pinion, Disc Brakes, Coil over's, To me it's a "No Brainer". Simple to install Too. WWW.Mustangmaker.com
what's the price range on this set-up and when will the be ready for sale?
Looks good, will there be any difference in ride height after you finish. Looks like the cross member sits fairly low. Great for using modular engines. What engine anad tranny?
They finishing instruction for this kit and it should be ready next week. I paid $3000 for all kit + a lot extra staff for it.
With coil over I can lower it up to 2.5- 3” lower then a stack.
I will be using EFI 302 with a turbo charger computer from SN95 and AODE. I got 8.8 in the rear.
Are you using the stock steering column, or going with an aftermarket?
stock for now
How are you going to hook it up to the R&P?
Hey man, again nice work. Just wondering, can you get a measurement from the bottom of the frame rail to the top of the crossmember where the oil pan sits. I may do another modular engine. I used a Rod and Custom setup but it looks like this one has more drop. Thanks
This is waht i got 4"
waht is "R&P"
Rack & pinion