J&M Products is proud to release their completely redesigned fully adjustable PATENTED Camber & Caster plate assembly for the 2005-2014 Ford Mustangs. This Camber/Caster kits is the only kit that comes complete READY to bolt in right out of the box (no need to swap anything over from the factory mount). Whether you are using the car for street, autocross, road racing or drag racing these plates are designed for you. These are the only plates that have an offset design allowing installation in either the street orientation or a race orientation allowing for the most camber adjustment available compared to any other plate on the market. Check them out here!
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What’s better than a 2015 Ford Mustang? What’s better than a smoky burnout? How about BOTH? With 50 years behind it, an avid fan base excited to get more for their money, and Ford listening to what its customers want, we are totally set with this one, folks.
Every 1320ft racer knows the tires have to be on the sticky side to tear off from the tree and make any sort of respectable run down the track. The process, of course, is a calculated tire burnout based upon a plethora of circumstantial factors required by the car, track, weather, and…..the list goes on. Well now, there’s one less thing to have to think about AND to have to think about installing from an aftermarket source: a line lock.
That’s right–Ford is offering up the chance for saving some rear brake pads and simultaneously shredding the rear tires on the 2015 Mustang GT…as a standard offering. The comical part in all of this? Ford offers the line lock feature from the factory, states that the feature should only be used when racing in sanctioned areas, then closes with saying any racing of the car automatically voids the warranty. Wait, what? Bean counters and lawyers got the last words on this news, it seems, hah!
Keep tracking to see this in action and to read the official Ford Press Release.
Will an instrument cluster swap work on my 2001 Cobra? Can I lower my car and not have to worry about caster camber adjustment my first time out on the road course? What is the original paint code for my 1986 LX ‘notch?
These are but a few of the questions we’ve all seen…plenty of times, posted in Ford Mustang forums all over the ‘net. This week, during our surfing for something else (isn’t that how it always goes???), we stumbled upon a cool technical resource for Mustang fans & readers, alike. It’s a Q&A column over at Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, and it offers up solid tech advice, covering a myriad of topics of common interest to even the seasoned enthusiast. Head over there, and check out their latest installation!
Whether you have just picked up a Ford Mustang for the strip or the street, one of the most popular modifications nearly every enthusiast seeks after is that of suspension. Be it for looks or for slaloming through the twisties, lowering the Mustang is a very solid and appealing change-up from the stock 4×4 ride height.
The Detroit Speed Ford Mustang is a classic project car that has been built entirely from the ground-up, with very little detail ignored by the crew. In the midst of the build process, the Aluma-Frame subframe assembly is completely taken into factor with painstaking measurement and precision application. From shock tower trimming to matching up to the framerail with some minor drilling, the Aluma-Frame has the capability to fit classics as well as many late model Mustangs.
There isn’t a whole lot more to say, other than the pictures from the PHR article during the installation process speak volumes of what this aftermarket suspension piece has to offer.
Source: Detroit Speed & Engineering via Popular Hot Rodding
Gone are the days when kids are forced into learning to drive a manual as part of driver’s education, and even more prominent is the slush box automatic transmission. But while the lack of rowing gears through the years might not have affected the Ford Mustang as much as other automobiles on the road, it’s easy enough to see that automatic and CVT transmissions are by far the majority the populous desires.
So, what’s a good compromise for the Mustang driver who wants the advantages and capabilities of a manual gearbox, but fears the sometimes intimidating initial learning curve which comes along with learning just what to do, and when, the time comes about to shift? Well, how about a shift knob which both illuminates and vibrates when the “typical” shift point is reached, in order to help a less-skilled driver achieve the experience of driving a manual at a more rapid pace.
With LED technology, parts from an Xbox, and a little bit of Open Source crowd-sourcing, the following video gives you the answers to the questions held this whole time. Enjoy!
Ever wanted to get that hot new part you just bought for your Ford Mustang installed on the spot, instead of having to agonize in finding some solid shop time to get it done? We have just the answer…seriously. The Mobile Mod Center is currently geared-up for an inaugural road tour this year, hitting a plethora of popular automotive enthusiast events, and offering up installations & customizations for brand offerings such as: MRT, Kicker, Ford Racing, BF Goodrich, Webasto, ACE RAcing, SCT Performance Tuning, Gumout, Black Magic, Slick 50, and Gateway Classic Mustang…to name just a handful.
Sounds pretty sweet, right? It is, and what’s more, this tour is officially sanctioned by the Mustang Club of America–how cool is that?! Keep reading to get the rest of the dirty details and also check out the schedule to see where you can catch the Mobile Mod Center this year!
It’s no secret that the Ford Mustang was bred to produce power and performance. But what commonly gets overlooked is the importance of pristine and reliable fuel delivery from the tank to the engine bay. All too often, Mustang enthusiasts bitten by the infamous “mod bug” find themselves slapping on bolt-ons and other aftermarket pieces, expecting ginormous gains in power…but neglecting the most critical piece to the combustion process: fuel supply.
So what does a Mustang owner do when the time comes to either replace (due to fault) or upgrade (due to power demand) existing fuel components? They hit up the aftermarket for parts, tech advice, and satisfactory service from their suppliers of choice. In this case, LateModelRestoration is the source to chase down for replacing your 1987 through 1997 Mustang fuel system. They’ve got all the parts, hardware, and technical expertise to get you comfortably set up with exactly what you set out to accomplish.
Don’t just take our word for it–head over to LateModelResto yourself and see just what they have to offer to get you set up properly!
Got your 2014 Ford Mustang all planned out? Know what colors and options are out there as choices? Got the coin to cough up for a brand new Mustang? Well, if not, you’re in luck–at least with the first two questions posed. The new online configuration tool for the 2014 Mustang is now active and loaded up with all the changes for the almost 50th Anniversary of America’s favorite pony car.
Think you’re ready to build your own? If so, head over to the Ford Mustang configurator tool now!
It’s the New Year and it’s high-time for a new project! Obviously, my passion for Mustangs run deep. When I was sixteen, I had just returned from living overseas and had zero experience with Mustangs. I remember going for a ride in an ’86 GT with my older second cousin and my grandmother. From that point on I was enamored with Mustangs. Twenty-six years later, here we are and here is THAT CAR! — the original inspiration. I picked up the ’86 GT from my cousin last summer who has owned it since it was new, and we here at StangNet have been preparing for a healthy restoration. This car is solid and completely original, including the struts, shocks, brakes, clutch and even the Marcel fog light covers.
She runs decent enough and currently and looks great from 20 feet, so… the StangNet crew has decided instead of breaking her completely down and going ground up restoration, we want to work it out in phases. To start, we plan to restore the interior as it is entirely worse for the wear. Once we do that, we’ll fix the brakes, get the A/C running, and just drive and enjoy this clean FOX. As time progresses, we will sort out the body, suspension, and engine.
Once again we have partnered with Late Model Restoration and TMI Interiors to help us with the project. The interior is the famous Canyon Red and we plan to keep this car as original in form and looks as we can. Timing is everything and Late Model Restoration just released their latest master catalog which is helping greatly in securing the needed restoration parts. We found ourselves going between the catalog and their website tracking down the parts needed. Another benefit is their new video channel detailing the installation and restoring of FOX parts. We have a good bit of experience working on FOX Mustangs, much like on our BTC Project, but not being as familiar with the 4 eyed 86 GT, the Late Model Resto videos help sort out what parts are best to replace and also how to do get it done.
We plan to keep this post updated as we progress with details, a running parts list and before and after images.
Follow the jump for more images and the parts list!