Mustang 68 project

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  1. Chudik

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    All that work, and your going to cut the shock towers off ?!:D
    How much longer you figure before it runs ?
     
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    6-12 months
     
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    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.

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    Nice work, is that a 68 specific front suspension or will heidts be coming out with the same thing in a 65?
     
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    i think is start from 66 to 70
     
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    OK, some new updates


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    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
     
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    what's the price range on this set-up and when will the be ready for sale?
     
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    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?
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Are you using the stock steering column, or going with an aftermarket?
     
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    stock for now
     
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    How are you going to hook it up to the R&P?
     
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    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
     
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    This is waht i got 4"


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    waht is "R&P"
     
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    Rack & pinion
     
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