1967-70 Mustang Street and Drag Application Suspension Kit Tutorial
In this video, Doug gives a tutorial about the Global West Suspension 1967-70 Mustang suspension system (designed for street and drag racing applications) and talks about how this kit can help you do both applications. The video features adjustable strut rods, tubular lower control arms, eccentric lockout kit, single/double adjustable shocks, coil springs, shock mounts, outer shock tower supports, and “Plus 3” Mustang upper control arms. For more information visit: www.globalwest.net *Did this Global West tech video help you today? Hit the Subscribe button! Also join Global West Suspension on social media. FB: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalWestSuspension TW: https://twitter.com/GW_Suspension Pin: https://www.pinterest.com/globalwest/ LI: https://www.linkedin.com/company/global-west-suspension IG: https://instagram.com/globalwestsuspension/
512 Road Race Mustang @ Laguna Seca - Corkscrew Invitational 2010
My 1967 Mustang Fastback dedicated Road Race car @ Mazda Raceway, Laguna Seca for the Corkscrew Invitational Race - September 18/19 2010. The car has gone through many changes since the last posted videos. The front suspension has been completely redesigned to allow wider front tires and improved suspension geometry. The engine is essentially the same, though now uses a belt drive for the camshaft rather than a timing chain. This event was great fun. It had been ~12 years since this car was driven at Laguna Seca due to the strict sound restrictions at the track. This event was held on one of the allowed open sound weekends and was a great success. Thanks to Hooked On Driving, the Nor-Cal Shelby Club, and the other clubs that made this event happen. This particular footage is from the session before the race on Sunday. Unfortunately the camera stopped after a lap or two of the race, so I don't have complete footage. We did finish in first place, with a very fast Panoz in a close second. It was a great race, I passed the Panoz cleanly in turn 9, and worked hard to stay in front for the last three or so laps. This is the same video file as my last upload, this time using a much better encoder.