Well this is the third page of posts, so it seems you have all the advice you need.
I chose Z23 for daily and since continuous heat is not an issue, and because the rubberized shims need no brake grease to keep things quiet. A few bucks cheaper.
To add clarity to this, the Mustang owner manual states that Ford does not warranty the tires that came with the car. But the tire maker does, and there is a separate insert with the OM that explains their warranty.
If you have a claim within the mileage limit, Ford will perform the service at...
You know, if your car is a daily, and no track days, then all seasons are a great choice IMO. I do road course days to help me "behave" on the street. But A/S tires make it easier to get the rear end to slide a little every once in a while.
Looks like Michelin and Continental are still top...
I assume each voice coil is 4 ohms.
Parallel is 2 ohms overall, and series is 8 ohms.
If you have stereo left & right channel signals available, then run one into one coil and the other into the other. The two signals will "sum to mono" electro-acoustically". The amp is happy because each...
Yeah the OEM plug is tricky the tabs break easily.
I run the Ronin plug on my Mustang and Explorer. No issues. I figure it's better to have the plug body stay in permanently and then screw in the adapter for draining. (There are other in-depth discussion threads on aftermarket drain plugs.)
This is my solution exactly. 2019 PP1 car with magneglide.
As a daily my car rides as before the swap in a straight line. But I can feel the extra stiffness when going over the end of my driveway.
The car feels neutral at the track, except for pushing entering corners that are 40mph or...
Well they are still pretty quick. Because you still have to jack up the car and pull the two bolts. How much more trouble is it to loosen the four blue bolts and retighten them? Not that much.
They are preventive medicine to put off splitting the rubber bushing. I'm combining them with puck...
The two rear diff bushing bolts are just a bit too long such that they hit the spare tire well with the cradle bolted up.
You only have to lower the cradle and not fully remove any of the blue bolts.
But if you are installing centering sleeves or lockout, it's a good time to do these too.