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Discussion in 'Members Mustang Journals / Projects' started by 2morrow, Jan 14, 2017.
Love your build just read it now. Amazing job.
What you are useing to record your lap videos with such a wonderful telemetry ? As I want to buy something similar for the track myself ?
Hey man, thank you!
I just saw your post on youtube as well. I use a GoPro Hero 5 or 6 and overlay telemetry in their app Quik. I also use Harry's lap timer as well but that started to get buggy.
There telemetry is useful when it actually functions like it supposed to. Recently, I started to experiment with Track Addict but haven't made any video edits with it yet.
Hope that helps!
Thanks. Will try track addict first and then see if I need to buy GoPro with Quik as well.
04/18/19: Soooo I broke my exhaust at the track (I have no idea how) so I got it fixed the next day. Here's a run down of some other recent mods.
I love this thing...
04/20/19: Sonoma Raceway Show & Shine benefitting Sonoma Children's House. Great time
A quick rundown of my Personal Best at Sonoma on 4/17. There's a lot left on the table as I see all the mistakes I made.
05/04/19: Went back to Sonoma Raceway for a track day event. I ran pretty consistently but I was a half second off my personal best.
Was the brake line install difficult? Steeda warned me the rear (chassis side connection) was over torqued by ford and needs to be re-threaded.
This was one of the few things that I outsourced. I never had good luck with bleeding a brake system so I left it to the pros at @RPM automotive.
Yes, I received that warning from Brian as well and I communicated that to the install facility but there was no issue at all. I think you will like the pedal feel afterwards.
I'm going to attempt this install tomorrow. Thanks Man!
Let me know how it goes!
05/11/19: Went back to my "Control Track" of Thunderhill West to test the car again. I ran really consistently but best of all set a new Personal Best!!!
05/28/19: Finally installed the Steeda 2 Piece Rotors!
Then I took it out to bed in the rotors (which was a lot of fun).
Here's a quick run down of the install if anyone was planning on doing it themselves and had any questions.