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Old 07-23-2019, 03:20 PM   #1
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Default Mustang GT track prep

Hi All,

New mustang owner here and new to vancouver (regular at trackdays in the UK and the Nurburgring, spa etc when I was living there).

Ive just picked up an 05 GT with 250 000 kms(!) on it and wanted to get it out on track.

Current spec:

ford racing comp cams (tune by BAMA)
Astra performance semi pro tr 3650 5 speed
CHE K member brace with torque links
Fidanza v1 series clutch - TKO 26 Spline
One piece ali driveshaft
GT500 brembo brake kit
MGW short shifter
Borla attack cat back exhaust
ford racing FRPP Front control arms

I'm putting a decent fully syn oil in the engine and changing the box and diff oil.

From tracking cars previously I imagine I will need a decent pad (suggestions please) and some decent fluid (the fluids I used to use in the UK arent available here so suggestions would be appreciated).
other than that some decent shocks, springs and sway bars are in order i think? I was going to try out the Eibach package. from what I understand american muscle is the place to go for these? Is the geometry adjustable front and rear? if so what camber/caster/toe are you guys running?

Anything else im missing?

thanks in advance
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Old 10-01-2019, 11:36 AM   #2
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Welcome to the group.
It is a bit slow here these days due to most people being on Fb I've heard.
Some of the US forums are still active though for some of your tech questions.
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