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01 GT N/A Update "Blacky"

2001 Mustang GT N/A "Blacky"

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"Thanks for everyone that help out on this 2V build.
Im glad suspension played a big part. Car came bone stock when
I first join this forum. My goal was to be anywhere in the 12s.
Mission accomplished. I have a feeling it still could hit 12.7
or 12.8"




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Very cool! Great job on hitting the 12s. Did you do any weight reduction?

Nitrous would be pretty cool...could easily get into the mid/low 12s with a safe 100 shot.

Any reason why you upgraded your fuel pump? Are you wanting to do F/I eventually?...


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No weight reduction. Full weight I even left my daughter
Car seat in the trunk lol. I upgraded fuel pump because I had bought
nitrous first.But sold it and bought cams because I wanted to stay
N/A. Now im changing my mind again and now I want to spray it.

I bit it would hit 11s if I spray it.
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Appreciate it.

I baby her to much. We been through a lot
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That things coming along real nice, love that launch outta the hole. Nice vid, too.


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Thanks for all the advice you gavin me on my car; On what parts to buy from day 1



Quick question on my KYB shocks i could adjust them from 1-8 "1 being soft and 8 stiff"

When i launch off the line should i have it stiff or soft?

That the day at track i had it at "2"
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^ No idea on that bro. Hit up Sharad, he has good experience and knowledge about adjustable dampeners.


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From what I understand you want them soft but I would ask Shared like SoCal said. If they are softer they can help transfer weight to the rear of the car when taking off and give you more traction.

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That makes sense about transferring weight to the back quick.

In that case ill put the shock at "1" next time. And rev at 6000rpm
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