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Prototype parts - 12-10-2009

We will be doing a product launch on a series of new parts in the next week. Send me an email...I'll send you a picture. wwellman@acmustang.com

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Why don't you just post the pics here? What are the parts? Damn tease!
   
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Sean and I have been working the designing engineer for months now. I got the boxed set in yesterday to fit to my Fox Vert project. Some of you know that I'm doing a 32 valve conversion on a four eyed fox vert. This is what will make it stiff. The kit will retail for $398, but you guys know that site members don't pay retail from us. The MFG says the first limited production run will be ready to order Jan 1. wwellman@acmustang.com Here's a little tease installed on a Mach 1. There are several other parts in the series that are designed to make you stiff :-)
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Hey ...long time no blab. No, I doubt you have even heard of this guy. He is an engineer with some impressive automotive credintials and work history. We will do a bio on him when we do the product launch. If you can't wait, call Sean and get the low down before hand. The parts are about 12 pounds heavier than the KBP setup. Individually (uninstalled) they are much stiffer. I will do the flex testing measurements after I get them installed to give you some percentages of flex reduction over stock. I was hoping to do that this weekend, but it is raining and cold here and the garage space I'm leasing isn't heated. We'll get it done soon. I am excited about the parts. It seems like all the mfgs quit doing product developement on chassis stiffening parts for the Fox/SN95s once the S197s came out. He took some already decent concepts and made them better (in theory...I'll let you know what I really think when I get them under the vert).
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Spoke to the designer tonight. The production units will be 10 pounds lighter than my prototypes. I am please about that, as that will make them competative for you drag race and w2w open track guys. I promise you the designer is watching the board, so post up your thoughts.
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They look very good! Should be able to increase chassis rigidity by a fair amount. I am assuming they will be able to fit an '85 GT? Seeing as you also have a four eye. I am very interested in these if they provide a decent amount of improvement over other aftermarket subframe connectors, you can count me in! Keep up the good work!


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They look very good! Should be able to increase chassis rigidity by a fair amount. I am assuming they will be able to fit an '85 GT? Seeing as you also have a four eye. I am very interested in these if they provide a decent amount of improvement over other aftermarket subframe connectors, you can count me in! Keep up the good work!
These will be a lot more rigid than SFC alone. My last project was an 85 Vert before I pulled the 86 apart. I know that you said you were having problems finding parts for the 85. I can help you with that as well. We carry a complete line of suspension and exhaust products. The 85 I did started as a V6/auto and is now a v8/4bbl/T5 with nice hotrod sounding dual exhaust. The 85/86 is my favorite flavor of late model Mustang in terms of what they look like. I'm stoked about these new parts. We will be able to fit your 85.
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