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PatienceMetalFab

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Car got wrecked, customer is walking away from racing. Everything is for sale. More pictures to come. Email gary@patiencemetalfab.com, or text or call me at 612-220-5929

Pictures at https://photos.app.goo.gl/3ThSoeudd6om8Q8z9

**We are still sorting through everything and will continue to add items to this post, as well as delete items as they sell.

*FRESHLY built coyote race motor. Still had break in oil in it at the time of the crash. Rousch blower, all accessories and AEM Infinity standalone with harness. $12,500 obo takes it all (well over $25k to buy/build it all new). Engine ran perfectly fine with good oil pressure after wreck. I have a video of it running. Professionally built, I have all the measurements from the build sheet.

Sleeved 11-12 block.
Stock Boss Crank,
Manley H-Beam rods with ARP 200 Rod bolts.
Manley pistons that were coated.
Boss 302 heads
Cobra Jet cams.
All ARP hardware.
Billet oil pump gears,
Billet Cranks sprocket.
MMR Billet tensioners and arms.
The supercharger is a Roush Phase 3 2300 TVS stock Roush pulleys.
Fuel injectors are ID1000's
Cobra Jet valves and springs, with a fresh valve grind on the seats and valves
Dynatech Long tube headers for the s197
761 whp

*Pirelli Pzero slicks (practice scrubs from PWC teams, we were getting about 4 hrs track time from these tires) $125 per tire, have 6
325/705-18

*Pirelli Pzero WH rain tires 7/32" remaining $125 per tire, have 4
325/705-18

Whiteline adjustable rear sway bar with adjustable links $125 (new $250)
https://vorshlag-store.com/products/whiteline-ford-s197-mustang-adjustable-rear-sway-bar-3

EMP water pump for liquid cooled super chargers. Has a -16 AN fitting welded to outlet. $275 (new $535)
https://www.dedicatedmotorsports.com/product-p/wp29.htm

Steeda rear adjustable upper control arm with adjustable mounting bracket $150 (new $304).
https://www.steeda.com/Steeda-S197-Upper-Control-Arm-w-Chassis-Mount-11-14_p_13882.html

MMR phazer vvt delete cam gears-run for 2 races and pulled with cams $175 ($259 new)
http://www.modularmotorsportsracing.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=530
MMR stage 3 turbo cams with lifters-run for 2 races, then pulled because too big for application $1000(new $1599)
http://www.modularmotorsportsracing.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=26_27&products_id=320
***CAMS AND GEARS PACKAGE $1050***

*Cool Shirt Pro air and water system. $750
https://www.coolshirt.com/product/pro-air-water-system/ (new $1400)
 
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PatienceMetalFab

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Thanks for the overwhelming support. The driver was ok, but has decided to back of from a fully built track car. Something more street and track this time around. I apologize for not being on top of this posting, but I wound up at home today with a sick 1 year old and it took all my attention. I will get back to everyone tomorrow in the order the email and messages came in. Thanks for your patience...
 

Dave_W

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Can you give some more detail on the wheels? Guessing 11" front & 12" rear? Do the fronts need spacers, or is the offset specific to a front fitment? Does the 12" require removal of the stock bumpstop bracket?
 

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Can you give some more detail on the wheels? Guessing 11" front & 12" rear? Do the fronts need spacers, or is the offset specific to a front fitment? Does the 12" require removal of the stock bumpstop bracket?
I've already committed to buying these and pick them up in person.

But to answer your questions, the typical vorshlag offsets are front and rear specific, non rotatable, should not require spacers (but this can depend on springs/struts/camber/etc) and yes the rear bump stop bracket needs to be cut off.

With these wheels, I'll be running 315/30-18 front and 335/30-18 rear, A7's. Thats a lot of sticky rubber.
 

PatienceMetalFab

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I've already committed to buying these and pick them up in person.

But to answer your questions, the typical vorshlag offsets are front and rear specific, non rotatable, should not require spacers (but this can depend on springs/struts/camber/etc) and yes the rear bump stop bracket needs to be cut off.

With these wheels, I'll be running 315/30-18 front and 335/30-18 rear, A7's. Thats a lot of sticky rubber.
We have multiple sets of these so there is still one set available.
 

PatienceMetalFab

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Can you give some more detail on the wheels? Guessing 11" front & 12" rear? Do the fronts need spacers, or is the offset specific to a front fitment? Does the 12" require removal of the stock bumpstop bracket?
There is one more set available still
The wheels are roughly 7.75" backspace on the 11" (+2.25" offset), and 8.125" on the 12" (+2.125" offset). I say roughly because these measurements were take with the wheel mounted so it is to the outside of the rim lip, not the bead side. Thickness was estimated at 3/16" for calculations. The wheel spacers we ran on it were: rear 30mm h&r 6065705, front were 15mm i believe. The 12's with the spacer in the rear did ultimately require some quarter panel massaging to keep them from rubbing.
 

Dave_W

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I've already committed to buying these and pick them up in person.
Didn't mean to step on toes. Have fun with them.

one more set available still...The wheel spacers we ran on it were: rear 30mm
Just to clarify, the bumpstop bracket was removed and also the spacers were used? Reason I ask is that class rules prevent me from removing the bracket - I can't touch any metal inside the plane of the wheel hub face. I could add flares (and use less offset and/or more spacer), but I'm not sure I want to do that to a Boss. Thanks.
 
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