By making sure it has the best exhaust, suspension, brakes and brakes. That’s exactly how I do it with the ’17 Mustang.
My Mustang’s engine is a 1.6 liter four cylinder turbo engine and the engine is driven in two separate modes in power mode, and power off. It is a two-speed manual transmission with a 4-pole power arm on the transmission drum and the clutch cable that runs from the engine into a separate pulley that’s hooked into a 3-point harness on the front of the car. The engine, brake lines and wiring harness are all new and very heavy duty wire, with some very heavy duty hardware on them. The new front shocks were a set of Brembo X-MAX shocks with full multi-angle control. They had been re-set. I also installed 3″ M-Lok front sway arms. Those are now replaced with an OE front sway bar that was installed during the car’s build. The rear sway bar is currently a set of new OEM suspension by Koni, as they made it’s way through a Koni intake and a new Koni exhaust, then made my job a whole lot easier by changing the exhaust, which came from a Koni exhaust manifold and was originally designed to have a small diameter of .075″.
Other mods I did on this build were:
Aerotec 3.45″ Exhaust
I chose not to do some of the most common items in a car like wheel wells, bumpers, exhaust tips, etc. You will have to ask yourself if it’s something that is common and a waste of money or if you need to do it if you are going to spend the extra money.
The car is stock, but a lot of work went into it, so if you have any questions about your car, let me know!
What Does All This Stuff Mean for My Life? This is a guest post from John W. Moore, a life coach who lives in Colorado Springs.
In January of 2007, my wife had been pregnant to nine months, and we were planning a housewarming party for our family. We purchased a little Christmas tree, and I bought a simple table for the guests to sit at. My wife had been planning for this party for months, and we had all been so excited that she was having an amazing and
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