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Misc Parts FS - Vorshlag brake lines & ducts /Jack Plates / Suspension

Spencer Terry

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Hey there, I have recently purchased a second 2012 Boss and I am offloading some of the extra parts I have between the two cars. I am located just south of Charlotte, NC 28173 Zip. Willing to ship parts as well!

Jacking plates - these are from a well known forum member. I had them on the car for roughly 4 months. One of the very best investments if you are constantly jacking your car. Allows you to safely jack entire side from one point without damaging your pinch welds. SOLD

Suspension setup - 2011-2014 mustang. - Boss 302 shocks with Ford racing “T” springs. These parts are basically new, the Boss struts / shocks have less than 13k miles on them. Springs are $250 new, struts are essentially tokico D specs. SOLD

This last item is a “custom” performance white hood for 2010-2012 mustang with heat extraction for track use. I purchased a damaged hood and cut the hole in the center. I used one of Carter’s Customs generic center vent options and sprayed it semi flat black. I’ve got about $450 wrapped up in the entire unit. Has a slight bend in the hood, sticks up half an inch on left side and fits tight to left headlight. I just wanted the heat extraction at half the cost of other hoods / without cutting up my Boss hood. Works great, no more hood flutter at 120+! Will sell for $225

Vorshlag 3” Brake Duct kit - 11-14 S197
this kit has maybe 1000 miles on it and 2 track weekends. Basically new. I drilled out one of the mounting holes on the backing plates as the fit was off slightly (1/8 in). No holes in the line and precut to fit well with no rubbing. I like this kit as it protects the entire backside of the brake rotor and keeps more cool air on the surface. New $300
Asking $175

2011-2014 mustang Vorshlag stainless brake lines - again these are basically new, on the car less than 1000 miles.
No issues, see pics - basically new. New $245. SOLD
 

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Zeroescape

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Interested in the Vorshlag brake duct cooling kit. How is the hose condition? 3" Kit?
 

Bill Pemberton

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Good luck with selling it, as it is a solid system and I would have been interested if it was a 4 inch. Someone out there who is doing HPDEs or Time Trials should snatch this up as it works really well according to some of my friends who have said system.
 

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Their backing plates are awesome. They have oval ports that direct all the air to the center of the rotor. Added bonus is they shield the tie rod end from the heat.

For those with a 13-14, they have inlet ducts that fit into the outer edges of the lower grill. They take advantage of the high pressure area of the front end.
 

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Heard the same things , Coz, always good to hear about a solid product from more than one source.

Are they sold yet, haha?
 

Spencer Terry

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Still hangin' out, but if you keep talking I may be swapping this plates onto my other car instead of the Blowfish kit... lol.
 

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Do it. A good percentage of your cooling air is bouncing off the inside side of the rotor. Take your hose off and look through the duct. Anywhere you see braking surface is wasted airflow.

The oval ducts make a BIG difference. And it is such an easy swap.
 

Bill Pemberton

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A TMO Tuesday Tradition ( Coz's info was posted yesterday) , tutorial Tech Advice with Tremendous value!

Comments about the airflow and benefits of said duct plates may have just saved Spencer some bucks as pretty hard to discount the Coz and effect given by the poster above!
 

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But why even bother with ducts when Vorshlag's own tests showed their deflectors outperform ducts? I'm scrapping mine, who needs the hassle of constantly fighting with crushed duct hoses.
Are the deflectors for a S197 or S550?
 

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