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  1. What are the track guys using for pads?

    I use Pagid RSL29's as well. They are fantastic and I wont be switching.
  2. Let's talk GT350 oil

    1) https://bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ 2) I run exclusively redline 5w-50 and when my 1st gen motor let go Ford had no issues with me running redline oil and they warrantied my engine. 3) https://www.mustang6g.com/forums/threads/fl-2087-update-interesting-information.170872/ -- This thread...
  3. Teardown and rebuild Thread: Converting GT350 race motor to CPC

    After my engine failure I started down the "why did that happen" rabbit hole. What you are finding both for FPC in general and for the Voodoo is basically the same as I have learned. In summary it's not specifically a FPC issue outside the fact it takes a more developed approach to run with an...
  4. What oil temp for warming up?

    My mezger days have me probably more paranoid than I should be. I will start even below 50F and let the car idle until 100F coolant temp and 70F oil temp. Then I drive under 3k until oil temp hits 140-150, then I will take it to 4k to get some heat in the oil. By 160-170F I will drive normal...
  5. Track Alignment Setting

    To much toe in on the rear will cause understeer. If what you're saying about his toe being 0 then the understeer is definitely not toe related and more than likely user induced.
  6. Track Alignment Setting

    I thought too much toe out would cause understeer mid corner. I'm not sure that his understeer is toe related.
  7. Track Alignment Setting

    Toe settings really are imo about min/maxing and almost driver preference. Basically you're fine to mess with toe until the car is not stable for you under braking or acceleration. When you cannot brake in a straight line then you have too much toe out in the front. What that amount is changes...
  8. Soler Engineering Throttle body

    The ecu has the physical measurements of the TB. It calculates air flow based on sensor data, physical measurements of TB, and correction tables. Then it attempts to deliver the requested torque (it is a torque demand system). When you depress the throttle to the % threshold that is "WOT" in the...
  9. Soler Engineering Throttle body

    This was my initial reaction as well. The drivability of the Coyote is VERY sensitive to the throttle body's physical properties and correction factors in the ECU. It may be that if you do need to make changes to these tables that you negate the benefits of this new throttle body. The ECU is...
  10. Honey Badger's Completely Off-the-Rails Build and Adventure Thread

    If you ever experienced snap oversteer with the FP springs I would imagine it's due to the line && throttle application. You had far to little rear spring with the change away from OEM prior to the BMR springs. All things being equal you will not experience snap oversteer. Note, however that is...
  11. Anyone trade their GT350R for a Cayman GT4?

    I agree on the refinement, I also agree that you do get what you pay for. Porsche has had a looong time to get thing right with 2 or so models and it shows. Except fuck those stupid cup holders. I disagree that the Pcar aftermarket is amazing. There is ABSOLUTELY a brand tax, most shops /...
  12. Considering sending my baby to Hennessey Performance

    I have never heard a Hennessey story end well, ever.
  13. Fighting understeer in high speed corners

    What was the spring length vs ride height? How many coils were engaged at the car's static ride height with fuel and driver? A large majority of people use dual rate springs but actually by preload or by actual spring rate will engage all of the initial rate coils and then operate in the next...
  14. Fighting understeer in high speed corners

    For race applications you want a predictable linear rate. If you are valving shocks to match it is important so you do not have wild swings in damping rates as you engage spring coils between rates. Aside from that with dual rate springs you could still get yourself into trouble if you're not...
  15. How many flywheel failures out there?

    new engine due to flywheel failure O.o ??
  16. Parts Backordered?

    Tried them too, they had no ford glass, called dealers too and were told no eta. Same story I got when asking dealerships.
  17. Parts Backordered?

    I have a rock chip in my windshield, no dealer in Austin has OEM Ford glass. I cannot get a windshield replacement.......................
  18. Long term suspension project

    Software I use to develop chassis configuration(s): https://www.chassissim.com/ Dyno info: https://www.performancetrends.com/Shock-Dyno.htm 2.0 HP, 110 VAC motor Stroke is adjustable for 1 and 2 inch strokes. Up to 14 inch/second shock velocity. 2000 lb load cell. With standard 36 inch...
  19. Long term suspension project

    I wanted to give an update to this post. I have the shock dyno and I have been tinkering with how I want to achieve my goal. Some of my initial numbers were off by a small amount and I needed to revise how I was calculating the changes to the damper curve. My main hangup right now is getting a...
  20. Need Some Advice.

    Here's my experience; https://www.mustang6g.com/forums/threads/powertrain-failure-at-the-track-update-6-18-final.159881/ Dealership stopped tear down inspection at the sight of a rod sticking out of the oil pan.
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