Which PHB do you have?, Did you feel any handling improvement after you changed it to adjustable?, Do you have any plans for upgrading your swaybars?
I would definitely say there was an improvement with the aftermarket PHB. It has everything to do with getting rid of the two rubber bushings.
Tires with laterally stiffer sidewalls have a similar effect.
I actually recently put on adjustable swaybars from Strano. I started with them set in the middle, and now have both set to full stiff. I also upgraded the springs to the Boss 302's. they were super cheap, and exactly what I was after: a modest bump in spring rate ~25%, and very little drop (~1/2"). I think the stiff sways and softish springs make for a great streetable combo.
I don't get it.... this is a practice session and you are racing another driver?
I'm guessing that you haven't done any racing... because that is definitely not racing.
Just will like to bump, one of my favorites mustang videos, giving a hard time to a Porsche GT3 RS. Intoxicating!, can get enough of it
Which is the brand of your wheels? How light are they? Any issues with them like lose lugs, etc?
They are the SVE drifts from Late Model Restoration. I think they are an awesome value. They are spec'd at 24 lbs, which for a cheap 18x10, is pretty damn good. Never had a lug come loose, but I am very careful about cleaning all the lug mating surfaces and torqueing to 100 ft*lbs. Making sure to do a full round of tightening with no lug movement.
What happened to the video?
Seems to be working for me. Try again?
Are you going to be on Harris Hill on Mo or Tu (June 8 or 9 2015)? I will like to join you at the track on my Mustang?
Sorry I've been gone for a while. I didn't get any notifications from the site. I haven't been out to the track much.