Car is not warranted by the independent dealer but rather by the manufacturer
So let’s assume that Ford denied coverage…. What do you do then?
Take them to court?
Only in clear and obvious case do you have a chance, such having an aftermarket radio and blowing your tranny
For all other arguable...
It’s not normal for your car to get that hot so fast. Key words here is so fast
Obviously adding airflow through the radiator will help but you’re treating the symptom, not the issue
In a simple term, you are putting more heat load through the cooling system that it can handle
Is your problem...
I’m pretty sure that you have a problem with your cooling system for your oil and cht to be so high, especially so fast
Before installing my oil cooler, my oil never went into the yellow, was at the end of the green but not in the yellow
I also use 0w40
At speed you don’t need/use the fan so...
It’s not normal
Did you check your coolant temperature and oil temperature when your Cht was so high?
Keep in mind that the car has an oil-to-water cooler and that add a huge thermal load to the cooling system
Getting ride of this system and adding an air-to-cooler will pay huge dividends
A thermostat only control the minimum coolant temperature, not the maximum
What control the maximum is the system BTU capacity
170 is way to low of a rating and serve no purpose except increased engine wear
An a/c should be ice cold, not an engine
Your instructor is both right and wrong
Yes, tires do have a reference mark that you don’t want to go over but tire pressure is not the only reason why you would go over or not
The other main and even more importantly factor is camber
Let’s say that you don’t have enough negative camber in...
You need to educate yourself, as Norm and Honeybadger have said, the Mustang system is not a race system and do not account for modifications to the car
As for your “solution” for the understeer, it’s really an asinine idea, the Mustang, Ike almost all vehicles, is designed to understeer because...
While I would personally never paid ADM, I have no problem with anyone doing it
It’s their money and they have the right to do whatever they want with it
As for the impact on prices for “us” you’re right but it’s no different that anything else in life
If people would not pay inflated prices for...
Depend of your goal
If you are after better handling, go for square size
The Mustang is a front heavy car and need all the tires you can get in front
A good and easy choice is 285/35/19 on 10” 35 offset wheels
It make rotating tires a breeze
Mine has a PP2, his a pp3
We believe that one of his replacement engine was defective
Btw, ford footed the bill
Stock gen 2clutch are crap and can’t take high rpm’s shifting
Both cars have air/oil separators
They usually start to use a lot of oil before blowing up
From my own experience and some friends that heavily track their pp1 Mustang ( Gen2), the engine is pretty fragile and, beside obviously the cooling issues, but the M1 is much better on this point, I would personally not put any more load on the engine
Of course it depend on how much you would...