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I added a couple of pics of the interior and of the rear axle before it was installed. Also corrected one of the manufacturers names I misremembered. The car is mostly built. I need to find a way to move weight to the rear as it is still nose heavy (around 54%). If there was a rule change about using aftermarket K-members in prepared, I could try to get close to 2700 pounds weight (w/o driver) and still be legal. Don't think it will happen anytime soon, if at all.
There is always CAM-C. Mark Hill is actually in STU and he destroys everybody most of the time. On the K-member, I could fabricate (well, not me but maybe someone else) one with, more or less, the same geometry as the aftermarket one as long as I started with the stock piece and still be legal without having to take the 10% weight penalty. It doesn't make sense but that's the politics of it. I blame the lack of affordable aftermarket support for the most commonly used bowties.
I think he was talking about my car.I think your interior modifications would disqualify you from the CAM-C classes in SCCA. If you could swing it though, you'd probably be a tad better off in CAM-T, since last year's rule change allows the Mustangs to go to 2004. Slightly better PAX, lower weight minimum. 3000 vs 3300. Might be enough weight to get your F/R weight bias closer, at least.
I think he was talking about my car.