Madd Motorsports Time Attack and Autocross Build

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  1. B.mad

    B.mad

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    Whats up guys! I've been a member here on the forum since 03/14. I've been active on the forums here and there, commenting etc. Never actually formally introduced myself till this post, so I thought it'll be a good idea to do that by creating this build thread. My name's Brandon I am 21 years old, I live in Socal, Occupation is Compliance Specialist and Engineering Technology student. I own a 1972 Coupe, and daily drive a 1994 GT Coupe (cause of this thread). I bought the car 03/14, from an older couple who were the original owners. Car had 100xxx when I bought it. It was well maintained for the most part, absolutely untouched, factory and stock, besides maintenance. It has Grey and black interior, cloth seats, cruise control, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, power everything, dealer installed Ford alarm, 16in rims, AC, 2.73 gears with trac-lok, Mach 460 Audio System, T5, factory Strut tower Brace. Enjoy the build!


    • Blog site, click here.
    • Shop, click here.
    • List of parts wanted, click here.
    • List of parts for sale, click here.
    • Build album, click here.
    • Photoshoot album, click here.
    • Build page, Instagram, click here.
    • Build page, Facebook, click here.
    • Personal Instagram, click here.
    • YouTube playlist, click here.


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    Build Sheet (Autocross/Road Racing)

    • Engine
      • Cooling:
        • Setrab USA FP920M22I Fanpack (for oil)
          • ProLine 9-Series, 20-row cooler
          • Two low-profile 342cfm sealed-motor Spal fans
          • Sandwich adapter
        • Setrab USA FP113M22I Fanpack (for power steering)
          • ProLine 1-Series 13-row cooler
          • One low-profile 142cfm sealed-motor Spal fan
          • 180*F thermal switch
          • Steel braided hoses and AN fitting conversion for the lower pressure
        • SVE aluminum radiator
          • Mark 8 fan/shroud
      • Exhaust:
      • Intake:
        • BBK 70mm throttle body
        • BBK 76MM mass air flow sensor
        • BBK cold air intake
      • Fuel:
        • Aeromotive adjustable fuel pressure regulator
      • Battery relocation kit (to the trunk)
    • Drivetrain
      • Ford Racing aluminum driveshaft
      • Steeda Tri-Ax shifter
      • McLeod Super Street Pro clutch
      • Steeda adjustable clutch cable kit
    • Suspension/Chassis
      • Front:
        • Maximum Motorsports front coil-over kit
        • Maximum Motorsports/Bilstein Sport Valved struts
        • 2000 Mustang spindle swap w/ARP extended wheel studs
        • Maximum Motorsports front non-offset control arms with delrin bushings
        • Low profile control arm bolts
        • Maximum Motorsports front sway bar relocation brackets
        • Maximum Motorsports 1996+ Tubular K-Member
        • Maximum Motorsports Bolt through dumpster kit
        • Energy poly urethane sway bar mount bushing
        • Prothane Rack & Pinion bushings
        • Steeda X2 ball joints
      • Rear:
        • Maximum Motorsports rear coil-over kit
        • Maximum Motorsports/Bilstein Sport Valved shocks
        • Maximum Motorsports panhard bar/torque Arm
        • Maximum Motorsports spherical upper shock mounts
      • Chassis:
        • Maximum Motorsports solid motor mounts
        • Energy poly urethane transmission mount
        • Stifflers tubular transmission cross-member
        • Maximum Motorsports 6-point roll bar w/ road race diagonal brace
        • Maximum Motorsports full length subframe connectors
    • Brakes/Wheels/Tires
    • Exterior
    • Interior



    I started a blog to write articles about DIY, Installations, etc.

    Installing the Setrab FP113M22I Fanpack
    Why Did I Decide to Install a Power Steering Oil Cooler?
    Installing the SN95 Wilwood Brake Kit
    Guide to the Top Brake Fluid by Boiling Points
    Your Guide to Find Whats Important for You and Your Brakes
    Madd Motorsports Design Customer Gallery
    Your Guide to Brakes for Your SN95
    LED vs HID
    Carbon Driven SN95 Carbon Fiber Instrument Cluster Overlay
    Carbon Driven SN95 Carbon Fiber Cowl Panel Change
    SN95 (1994-1998) Coil-Over Wheel Specs/Offset
    Wrapped Gauge Bezel (For the SN95 Mustang)
    Making a Splitter (For the SN95 Mustang)
    Making an Air Dam (For the SN95 Mustangs)
     
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    mcglsr2 Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    That 72 looks sweet mang! And I didn't know you had the Ford anti-gravity unit installed on your 94! That's super rare! :p
     
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    Love the 72! And nice choice in exhaust
     
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    Nice cars bud
     
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    Thank you!!!

    It was a special feature. The car was custom made for Henry Ford the tenth, but he died and they sold the car to the PO
     
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    Oh definetely, was considering these or the LM1...I do not regret my decision one bit
     
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    Thank you sir!
     
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    mcglsr2 Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    Shorty headers arnt worth it... save for long tubes
     
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    I need a new mid pipe for that :/. with cats to pass emissions :p
     
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    Emissions?! God damn you obama
     
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    goooood ol smog nazi california..
     
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    Wow, that 94 is a little rough looking. I'm sure it can be cleaned up though. Welcome to the board.
     
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    just a little. Waiting to get a new bumper, wing and hood to paint it
     
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    ReplicaR Well-Known Member

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    What's wrong with your wing? Are you planning on replacing it with another stock wing?
     
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    s281 wing
     
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    ReplicaR Well-Known Member

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    Ahh, the ever popular SN95 choice
     
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    yes, yes. I like that wing. There isnt much 94-98's in my area so i dont have to worry to much about blending in.