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I was just wondering if someone has successfully tried to add it to their Mustang for launching their car or drifting?

Edit: oops headline was to long. Lol


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Add what?
Ok so, Ford announced and is selling a drift stick for the Focus... I was wondering if anyone has adapted it to a Mustang.

https://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-2780-FRS

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Ok so, Ford announced and is selling a drift stick for the Focus... I was wondering if anyone has adapted it to a Mustang.

https://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-2780-FRS
I recommend you call or email the manufacturer concerning capatibility with your Mustang. The description leads me to believe the software hoops may be a little high to jump, but the manufacturer may be able to hook you up with a one-off. Unsure it will have the desired effect on RWD, but I do not have enough experience with drifting to opine the why. Likely big bucks. Good luck!

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Uses the AWD and ABS systems to open the rear-drive unit clutches and apply hydraulic pressure to lock the rear wheels
It might be able to be used as a line lock, but there's no way it's going to "open the rear-drive unit clutches" on a Mustang. Not without some serious hardware changes...

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Oh, no, I definitely wasn't thinking of putting it on my car... was just super curious...

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Didn't you read the warning?!

Proposition 65 Warning for Residents of the State of California
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
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Didn't you read the warning?!

Proposition 65 Warning for Residents of the State of California
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
yeah, that kinda flew the coop a long time ago

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Not sure anyone needs drifting aids on a Mustang beyond the OFF/ON thingy that controls the TCS. Most follow a line sideways much better than going dead forward, especially in the snow.
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