Continuing to provide race tech for the S197 Ford Mustang in our illustrated write-up series, the StangNet crew hopes that every late model Ford Mustang drag fan can enjoy our contributions. In this latest installation, StangNet Staff member DarkFireGT shows us how to eat up some rubber while avoiding a thrashing on the rear brakes. A PMP Line Lock kit does the trick and allows the Ford Mustang to put on a show in the driveway and heat up the rear tires at the track. Take a closer look inside, with a video and lots of hi res images available in full detail. Continue Reading →
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The well-known black S197 Ford Mustang has returned to the shop to get another suspension upgrade. This time, the rear suspension is the area of focus. This J&M Upper Control Arm (UCA) will eliminate the unwanted control arm flex and also has the ability to change & correct the pinion angle on a lowered car. Our original StangNet.com write-up (with hi res images on demand) gives a real world overview and interpretation on how to perform the UCA installation on a 2005 Ford Mustang GT. StangNet Staff member bigcat shows us just how it’s done. Continue Reading →
If you have been thinking about lowering and sporting-up your late-model Ford Mustang, we here at StangNet.com are proud to present this illustrated technical article demonstrating the installation of some lowering springs from Vogtland. This write-up gives a real-world overview and interpretation on how to install the springs on a 2005 Ford Mustang GT. StangNet Staff member bigcat takes us on this journey to a lower ride with a crisper suspension response. Enjoy!
StangNet.com is proud to present late model (S197) Ford Mustang owners with an updated and organized listing of all technical service bulletins (TSBs) released by Ford, to date. Be sure the computer you are using has the Adobe Reader software installed so you can read each of the documents listed in the table below. As more information is released, we will be sure to keep you updated.