Specs & Mods
- Ownership Status
- Currently Own
- S197 Model
- GT 4.6L
- Mods - Handling
Suspension: Ford Racing front control arms, Ford Racing Assembled Handling Pack (front and rear sway bars, adjustable rear panhard bar, rear shocks, front struts, lowering springs), Boss 302 front strut tower brace, Shelby rear shock tower brace, BMR front adjustable sway bar end links, BMR non-adjustable rear lower control arms
Brakes: Power Stop Z26 Extreme Performance Ceramic Brake Pads; Power Stop Z26 Street Warrior Brake Rotors
Stop Tech stainless steel brake lines
Ford Performance Brake cooling shields
Wheels: 18"x8.5 OEM Bullitt Wheels from the 2008 Bullitt Mustang
*awaiting the optimum performance 20MM Hub Centric - Wheel Centric - Wheel Spacer*...just for looks.
Tires: 255/45/18 Continental Extreme Contacts All Season
- Mods - Power
Airaid Race MXP Series CAI
American Racing Longtube Headers w/ high-flow cats & H-pipe / flowmaster outlaw axle-backs
JDM Engineering 93 Octane Tune
Ford Performance SVT cooling fan
Ford Performance aluminum one piece driveshaft
- Mods - Exterior
- Roush 9-bar billet front grille
- Background & Plans
Excited to be on here! I bought this car new in 2008 and have always kept it pretty tame...only 60k miles.
After a recent session at Limerock park...I am completely hooked on continuing to track it. The car has plenty of power for my skill level and I already cooked my rear brake during the last session at Limerock (can explain in more detail). That said, I really want to focus on improving the brakes and cooling. I will keep the car as a weekend driver, so will probably only get 5 of so (if i am lucky) track days a year.