512 Road Race 67 Mustang @ Shelby Club Mini-Nats 08/08
My 67 Fastback Mustang
Again... This event was the first event with my new 3-link coil over rear
suspension that I designed. It worked extremely well and I expect it'll
get a tad better with a little more tuning. The front end now pushes real
bad - I'm assuming this is due to the spool in the rear end.
The spool worked quite well with the leaf spring suspension - but with the
rear tires in better contact with the ground the car wants to continue in a
straight line rather than turn in. The spool will be replaced before the
next event with a Half Tight DPI platinum LSD.
The miss shift between 6 and 7 was actually just an accidental shift into
neutral, so the 9k peak was just a free rev. The motor should be capable
of spinning near 10k with out trouble (not tested...) though it makes the
most power well before that.
More information and photos of the car can be found here:
Andrew Caddell in Ford Mustang Challenge - Round 1
Excellent onboard footage from championship winning sports car driver
Andrew Caddell as he battles for the lead in the opening laps of the Ford
Mustang Challenge for the
Miller Cup. Andrew is using car cameras by GoPro Cameras: goprocamera.com
Mustang FR500S (Ford factory race car) Mustang-Town features Pete
Crosby's #64 factory Ford Mustang... 2008 FR500S Miller Cup "Mustang Challenge" Spec Racer.
Not to be confused with the FR500C models that ran in the KONI Challenge...
this is the FR500S model that is factory rated and sealed at 325hp.
Check out the newest online Mustang community @ http://www.Mustang-Town.com
Shot and produced by John (Trae) King @ nedaCFilms & Mustang-Town.com with music Produced
by Rick Clarke (aka: Rickvanman) @ "Free Music from: Music4YourVids.co.uk"
Ford Racing Mustang Challenge Race #1 - Homestead-Miami Speedway
Track: Homestead-Miami Speedway, 2.21 mile full road course
Team: TC Motorsports
Car: #9 Ford Mustang FR500S
Driver: Ted Anthony, Jr.
In this race I was battling a problem with the engine's ignition timing,
which was costing me quite a bit of power. Watch how I get killed on the
Raptor Ford Racing Exhaust System Install 2011-2013
While we all love our Mustangs, there are some times in
life when you really need a truck. If you have a Ford SVT Raptor, make sure
it sounds as good as it looks with Ford Racing's Exhaust system. This cat-back is uniquely
designed and tuned to provide optimum performance, aggressive sound,
durability and pure driving excitement.
This Exhaust system is made from
high-quality T-304 stainless steel, so it also features ultra-smooth
mandrel bends, warp-free flanges and superior craftsmanship.
For installation, you'll first need to remove the factory Exhaust system, following the steps shown by
Bill. Then, install the front intermediate pipe and hang the muffler and
tighten the clamp to hold in place. Install the tailpipe, and then connect
the muffler to these tailpipes.
Tighten up the clamps and the last step in the installation is to install
the Exhaust tips. Total installation
takes up to two hours.
Jamie Slone at Road Atlanta
Three different camera views shot with a GoPro camera from goprcamera.com.
Jamie Slone took second place at Road Atlanta in the Inaugural Ford Racing
Mustang Challenge for the