We show you how to lose 50 pounds in one day from the front of your SN95 Mustang, while improving the handling, and adding adjustability to the front suspension.
by Don Creason on March 25, 2013
by Don Creason on March 14, 2013
With extensive experience in building street rod and custom chassis, we go behind the scenes to take a closer look at the offerings and what customers can expect when ordering a TCI Engineering Ford Street Rod chassis, as well as some of the countless options available.
by Michael Harding on March 6, 2013
Big brake kits are all the rage, but the additional expense of adding 17-inch wheels to clear your 13-inch rotors on a classic car can easily put you over your budget. One alternative is to upgrade the front drum brakes to factory style disc brakes for a fraction of the cost.
by Jim Smart on March 5, 2013
With over 590 hp making it to the rear tires we turned to Lakewood Industries to help give Wild E Coyote’s rear tires more bite, and improve our project Mustang’s overall chassis stiffness. Inside, we install a complete rear suspension update and even do a video on it!
We’ve all been guilty of treating brake fluid like most fluids under the hood. We do this because it can be such a hassle to spend time bleeding the brakes. But we quickly learned from talking with the brake experts from Phoenix Systems that flushing or bleeding your brakes doesn’t have to be a pain in the rea
by Don Creason on February 21, 2013
In this tech feature we take a look at some of the key differences between street car and drag racing brakes. We also take a look at the offerings from various companies in the realm of street/strip brakes.
by Don Creason on February 14, 2013
A budget friendly brake upgrade for SN95 Mustangs yields a significant stopping improvement and good looks as well. We show you how easy the installation is in the driveway of your home.
by Rick Seitz on January 30, 2013
Let’s face it: vintage musclecars couldn’t handle. Sure, they held their own for the era but with competition coming from all angles these days, the classics just don’t have a chance. So we took it upon ourselves to do something about it with the help of Hellwig Products!
by Rick Seitz on January 15, 2013
Making a fourth-generation F-body handle isn’t too difficult – especially if you have the right people on your side. QA1 suspension is a leader in the suspension industry, and they have turned their attention to our 2002 Trans Am. Since our T/A is a corner carver, we ordered up QA1′s brand new pro-touring package.
Heidts PRO-G IRS system for Tri-Five Chevy’s offers bolt in ease, auto-cross performance, and a plush ride. They take the car out on the street and the track in this video to show how it handles.
by Lindsey Fisher on December 20, 2012
When it comes to American muscle cars, there is no limit to what can be done with a pro-touring goal. That is unless you’re hindered by time, money or ability to create your perfect car. But lucky for you first-generation Camaro fans, Chassisworks just recently added to their line of 1967-1969 Camaro parts.
by Bobby Kimbrough on December 6, 2012
We move the bar of respectability up a few notches with our latest upgrades on our Project Car Respect. The addition of Baer Brakes and QA1 Motorsports struts that get some stopping power to the ground get us ready for the monster motor we plan on installing. Check out the latest on Respect here.
by Don Creason on October 17, 2012
Over the years it’s been a common and often accepted misconception that rods and customs can only look good, but that they don’t handle and ride very well. We got together with RideTech who showed us you can have both, you just need the right knowledge paired with the right parts.
by Michael Harding on October 8, 2012
Always on top of what’s going on in the hot rod and muscle car world, Heidts Hot Rod and Muscle Car Parts introduces their PRO-G IRS for early Mustangs. This new IRS system will help make your 64-1/2 to 70 Mustang a performer on the track.
by Don Creason on September 17, 2012
Just as it takes exponentially more power to go increasingly faster at the drag strip and autocross it takes exponentially more energy to stop your steed the faster you go. This is why we turned to Baer Brakes to equip our 2011 Mustang with some serious stopping power, with the goal
by Andrew Wolf on August 28, 2012
After a brief hiatus, we’ve turned our attention back to Project Grandma with the installation of new spindles and steering arms from TRZ Motorsports and brakes from Aerospace Components for a return to the street after a tour of duty on the strip.
by Michael Harding on August 14, 2012
It’s one thing to go fast, but it takes more than horsepower to get around the corners. We install Ridetech’s suspension, Stainless Steel Brake system to make it handle as good as it looks. We also throw in a sticky set of Continental rubber on all four corners for a smooth ride and unparalleled adhesion.
by Andrew Wolf on August 2, 2012
To take the road and track performance of our supercharged ’92 Fox body Mustang to unparalleled heights, we went hog wild with a complete, front to rear suspension overhaul courtesy of Maximum Motorsports, along with new additions from partners American Muscle, Nitto Tire, and Flowmaster.
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by Rob Kinnan on July 10, 2012
When it came time to choose brakes for our Project Blown Z Camaro, there was really only one choice: Moser Engineering’s new Performance Drag Brake kit. Moser didn’t just copy another manufacturer’s kit; they started with a clean sheet of paper and designed these new brakes from the ground-up.