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Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by Alchemy Will, Jun 1, 2014.
Building my SN95 up for drifting, here's a couple quick shots of how it sits now.
Looks sick! I think I found you on IG the other day
Have you taken it to any events yet?
What size staggered wheels are those.
Awesome! I'm loving the dual caliper setup.
Got any info on your current suspension setup?
I went to one event on stock suspension and blew out my power steering rack.
SQUARE Wheels G8, 17x9 +15, 18x9.5 +12. Don't remember the tire sizes, I'll have to look again. They are just used tires for now to get the car rolling.
I am pretty sure my price for the wheels is $600 (for four) if you want to buy them through me.
I'm really sick so I didn't take pictures, but it's just stock SN95 brackets cut up.
Suspension as of today:
BC Racing coilovers
Summit Racing upper and lower rear arms
Prothane front sway bar bushings
Pretty basic. Looking to do a pan hard bar and keep it the way it is still I wreck the shell and get a New Edge with IRS.
I can get a deal on the coilovers if you want a set. I am direct with BC Racing now.
The backs are pretty sunk so I'll roll the fenders and get spacers at some point. Boy Mustangs sure can eat a lot of wheel in the rear.
Thats awesome. So you just modified the stock brackets to make dual rear calipers? Is it common for drift cars to use dual rear calipers?
Another drift stamg? Awesome!!!
Really like the way this car looks.
You can usually get by with the stock ebrake, but the one on my Mustang was a piece of junk. I've heard that's common. Most pro-level cars have twin calipers, but it's not required.
No lol, just the wheels and the way it sits.
Where are the sideways pictures?!?
I really want to go lower. The car is slammed but the ride height is terrible!
My only known Mustang drifting picture is my avatar.
Is this a drift car? Why the dual rear calipers?
So cool to see another SN95 made for drifting! [MENTION=15366]Rallim[/MENTION]x
HEY WILL! I thought you sold your car?
I sold it to a friend of mine with some maintenance parts for $1000 because I needed money to buy an actual car to drive every day.
I bought a 2002 Forester, in case you were wondering.
He changed the clutch, flywheel, rear main seal, and drove one event. He liked the Mustang but he wanted to focus on his S13 project so I bought it back for $1,100 (I think, I can't even remember).
That's awesome, glad to see it back.