1995 Mountain Dew Mustang Trans-Am Car at Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival 2012
In-car video of the ex-Jon Gooding 1995 Mountain Dew Mustang Trans Am car at the VSCDA's
Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival (ELVF) 2012, Road America.
Roush chassis #030. Engine: 358 CID Ford by Dan Timm. Gearbox: Hewland wide
gear 5 speed. Diff: Ford 9", 3.89:1.
Group 10 race. Starting position P1 (Pole.) Finishing position: First
place. Best lap 2:08.03, maximum speed 184 MPH.
Driver: Colin Comer
Crew: Trent Burmesch and Mitch Jarrett, Colin's Classic Automobiles Racing
G-Force GF5R transmission assembly...Video 1 of 3
This is video 1 of 3 of me assembling my G-Force GF5R 5 speed clutch
assisted transmission. I haven't seen much on these transmissions online
other than pictures so I figured I would make a simple video of re-assembly
the next time I had it apart. It was clutchless and I disassembled it to
change it over to clutch assisted so I can drive it on the street. I had
the camera mounted to the side of my head so the footage is a little bad at
times. Like the Doug Nash 5 speeds these are very easy to work on if you
have the proper retaining ring pliers. I have other videos on Youtube of
my car with this transmission when it was clutchless. I also have videos
of my car with a Jerico 4 speed and a Doug Nash street 5 speed. The car is
a 1979 Monte Carlo with a naturally aspirated 408 SBC and runs mid to low
Moffat 1969 Trans Am Mustang in-car footage. Fantastic noise!
Allan Moffat's immortal 1969 Trans Am Mustang is one of the greats of
Australian motorsport. Winning 101 of 151 races it was also one of the most
successful in our nations racing history. Here is some in car footage from
the Gold Coast 600 Legends demonstration event, taking it easy as there is
a lot of concrete there to hit! See more of this car and others from the
Bowden Collection here at www.bowdensown.com.au
Hot Lap: 1,000 HP Shelby PLUS 2015 Mustang Gets Modded & Largest Mustang Show - AmericanMuscle.com
This is what the 1,000 horsepower to the tires
Shelby 1000 looks like in-person. PLUS we mod a 2015 Mustang GT and host the LARGEST Mustang car show in the world.
AmericanMuscle Customer Matt Builds His Dream 2015 Ford Mustang GT rendering w/parts from AM!
Also, we break a Mustang
car show record.
This September's Hot Lap is packed full of content. We cover:
Chip Foose Announces 2015 Mustang Giveaway with MMD
Vaughn Gittin Jr. Shows Off the New 2015 Mustang RTR
Our Car Show Shatters Records with over 2,600 Mustangs
AM Customer Builds 2015 Mustang Renderings with Our Parts
Justin Starts the 3rd Stage of His Personal Mustang Build
Check out the 1000 horsepower Shelby 1000 at
Our friends Chip Foose, Vaughn Gittin Jr. and Brett "Big Schwag" Wagner
visited us at Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, PA for the largest Mustang car show on the planet! We
saw over 10,000 Mustang
enthusiasts and over 2,600 of the baddest Ford Mustangs joined us for a great day.
We gave away Project MMD and Chip Foose announced MMD by Foose Mustang Parts and a brand new 2015 Mustang "Project MMD by Foose"
that they're going to give away at AM2015, AmericanMuscle's 2015 Mustang Show. We had Mustang drag racing, Mustang burnouts, MustangDyno competition and Mustang muffler revving. Also, our
customer put together 2015 Mustang Parts renderings with 2015 Mustang Parts from
AmericanMuscle.com. We're excited to see what we can build when the 2015
Mustang accessories start
dropping later this Fall! At the show, a Shelby 1000 drops by and we talk
to the owner about this 1000 horsepower Shelby GT500 that
was converted into an S1000 by Shelby American. Vaughn Gittin Jr., Mustang drifting madman, swings by
the AmericanMuscle 2014 Mustang Show to show off the new 2015
Mustang RTR. Our in-house
Mustang Expert Justin shows
off the third stage of his personal 2014 Mustang GT Project Build.
And for all things Mustang,
keep it right here at AmericanMuscle.com...
Jerico DR4 on the street...Video 1
This is my 600 horsepower mid 10 second
Monte Carlo on the street with a non syncronized Jerico DR4 4 speed
transmission. No clutch used for the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th gear shifts. The
video also shows a downshift from 4th to 3rd with no clutch(done as the
final car passes me and before I get on it). The upshifts and downshifts
are all done by matching rpms without the use of the clutch. For upshifts
as you let off the gas just pull into neutral and let the rpms drop about
800-1000...then put in next gear. For downshifts say from 4th to 3rd just
push into nuetral as you let off gas, raise 800-1000rpms and push into
3rd. I just wanted to put this video out there for people wondering how a
Jerico works out on the street . It took me a long time to figure out the
best way to drive the Jerico on the street and with some practice I now can
do it with little to no clash or noise. This is with careful driving and
slow shifting though. I have a couple other videos that show a bit faster shifting but still just tooling
around town. The only time I get some clanks is when I take a slow corner
and snatch it into second(I do use the clutch for this), and occasionally
when I put it into 1st at a light. Hope this helps some of you
street/strip manual trans guys thinking of going with a Jerico. And this
transmission does have the "road race" sliders in it, many people think
that means it is syncronized..it is not. The road race sliders have
squared off slider faceplate lugs and the drag race sliders have ramped
faceplate lugs. Being squared off means there is a nice flat surface on
the coast side of the slider faceplate lugs which is where the contact is
during a downshift. Unless you see pics of the inside of a Jerico this
will be hard to grasp. Basically if you are going to street drive you want
the road race slider...and it will still powershift perfectly at the