I will use this thread to chronicle the build progress of my 2012 BOSS 302 into a wheel-to-wheel race car (without a license plate). Feel free to ask questions etc. as I go along. I apologize for the broken image links; I am hotlinking most of these pictures from my Facebook page and they keep changing the archive links on me. I'll be moving the files to IMGUR in the near future to ensure consistent file delivery for those of you that are actually interested in reading these updates or those of you starting from the beginning. Beginning state (picture from February '13 BMO Track Weekend @ Chuckwalla): Intended competition classes: NASA ST3 / ProAutosports PS1 race classes (9.0:1 power to weight) Over the next few months I will be tearing the car down, adding a 6-point roll cage, racing seat, cool shirt system, fire suppression system, electrical cut offs and a few other odds and ends. Most of the installation/fabrication work is going to be done at a local race shop, but the teardown and some of the smaller items will occur in my garage. The car will be ready to run October 1 2013, for a series of shakedown events preceding the 2014 race season here in AZ. Before the teardown even really begins, the car already has the following mods: FRPP 302S Oil Cooler System Roush/KW Coil Over Suspension Strano adjustable swaybars F/R McLeod RXT Clutch w/ Aluminum Flywheel CJ Pulse Ring YellowBoss 302S Breather System 302S Splitter 302S Grille LS Wing LS Trans Cooler Scoop Steeda Shifter Sparco steering wheel w/ NRG quick-disconnect TracKey Roush mufflers FRPP 302R LCAs (poly) FRPP LCA Relo Brackets Energy Suspension UCA bushing (diff side) Tiger Racing FG hood Clutch assist spring delete Maximum Motorsports Bumpsteer Kit FRPP 302R/S ABS Module Here is a shot of the most recently-installed mod, the quick disconnect steering wheel setup: This weekend I am planning to install a fresh set of spark plugs (Motorcraft SP-519), and install a Lethal Performance off-road X-Pipe along with an AED custom tune. Looks like Ford won't cover a TracKey warranty claim if the vehicle is being used in competition/timed, so it's time to go aftermarket. Stay tuned for more updates as I make progress on the car!