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Saberdemon

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1970 Mustang Coupe
Complete ground up build
Body stripped and all body work, body fabrication and primer completed in house.
Heidts Mustang 2 IFS front suspension
351W strokes to 393
FITech system provides the fuel
Trick flow 225 high port heads
Custom camshaft designed by Joel5.0
C6 transmission
Ford 9” rear
And lots of new replacement goodies to replace old worn out and broken parts.
not to mention hours upon hours of work.

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wicked93gs

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The only thing I didn't care for when installing the MII suspension in my old coupe was the fact that the UCA hold down bolts are prone to slippage under heavy cornering(a lot of people dont paint that area because of that). I never did get around to fabricating some type of additional hold down for it....its actually what made me pass on a MII front end this time around though....kits that don't have that problem(like the Superide) just pushed the pro/cons out of balance....well that and I wanted to make the 3.7 fit between factory shock towers just to say I did.
 

Saberdemon

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Yeah, I hear You on the slippage part under hard cornering. But I don't plan on taking this on road courses. Nice relaxing drives on curvy roads enjoying the scenery. Straight line is another matter entirely. Lol