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Discussion in 'Shelby GT350 Mustang' started by Epiphany, Jul 13, 2017.
I love the zip tie in the boot for ventilation! ; )
Really enjoying this thread, thanks Tob.
Do you think Multimatic will market the canards to the general public?
Also, there's a line plugged into the rear window, what's that?
I assume it's support for the onboard jacking system.
The line goes to a fitting in the roof that does indeed tie into the onboard jacking system.
Multimatic doesn't really retail to the public. I'd try contacting Kohr.
Is there a regulations reason the car has the stock air box setup? I've always wondered this. It looks like it was also switched to a speed density setup?
Thank you for these pictures. I love these cars in how they are straight up business.
There are regulations upon regulations. A street GT350 isn't nearly as restricted when it comes to power output. The GT airbox you see is what was homologated. There is a restrictor the slips in place over the throttle body too.
And I noticed the car had no harness running to to where the mass air sensor would be and asked. Yup, speed density.
Incredilble closeup pics in this thread!!! I love those camber plates!!!!
Thanks for the great close up pictures. Hope to see more customer cars in the continental series. Years ago I was disappointed the mustang didn't run in the GTLM or GTD class and thanks again for all the time you took to cover the Mustang GT4.
I'll drink to that !!! as Martin would say. :lol:
A closer look at the fourth GT4 chassis Multimatic has done popped up recently...
Great Pictures, I see the car has changed quite a bit from the Daytona/Sebring event. The Porsche teams used to use a brake clean straw to vent the boots for Daytona. I didn't realize my picture was that famous LOL
I just love the car, form truly follows function.
I really like the splitter, is it chassis mounted?
I wonder if it will be available.
It wasn't easy getting my head under there but from what I could tell the Multimatic GT4 splitter mounts in pretty much the same location as stock. I don't think it uses 100% of the stock attachment hardware but I may be mistaken. The cable lanyards obviously require some additional work to attach.
If you're interested in one try contacting Dean at Kohr Racing.
I'd rather get this over a R splitter for my purposes
The spoiler looks great too
Oh my god... :hail:
Is there any way I could get a ZIP of those pictures in high-res? I want to keep these pictures forever...that car is absolutely amazing.
Great thread.....thanks to OP!
Thanks M6G for featuring my car!!!
Really....a cup holder? 1/10, not hardcore enough.
Nice to see the team had access to the unobtanium R wing holddown brackets. I wonder how many CF R wings they had to buy in order to simply source the brackets themselves? *haha*
Sweet Mother of God!!
Usually not a fan of red cars but this... I mean... WOW! I just cant stop staring at these pictures!
Wow, just wow!