Cobra Brigade Mad Scientist
- Jul 8, 2009
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Thank you very much. Theres nothing that stops the car from going on the road course, but this is my weekend fun car. I have another car im building that is strictly for straight line racing. The only actual suspension change up was the knuckle in back, but it keeps stock suspension geometry, so doesn't take away from the cars handling. The other suspension mods I did, are the same I do on the cars that road course as well. The car still has magneride, sway bars, and the brakes are road course rotors and pads. I didnt want to take away from the car, so was careful with how much I did and what parts I put on.OK so this car is sick AF and you picked the best color ford haz ever made. But I have to ask, if you were planning to build a straightline car, why pay a $20k premium over a GT for a car that's designed for a road course? Am I only using this school of thought because I'm a cheap ass? I couldn't imagine paying big $$ for track suspension, brakes etc then removing all those parts make a drag setup work.
Like I said I love the car, just curious more than anything
Yes and no, I always documented my cars before I even had the shop or worked on others guys cars, I just like doing it and showing people the process. I actually try not to advertise for the shop as weird as it sounds, I stay way too busy by just word of mouth.He's a business owner, so advertising and building credibility. People see cool stuff like this and want the same.