Thanks. I would eventually like to go to coilovers and lighter weight suspension components. After the next round of modifications I'm probably going to focus on my driving skills (lot's of room for improvement!) and wearing out some tires and brakes while saving for better suspension stuff. I appreciate the suggestions!So far, I'd say your mods are right on target for "bang for the buck" they are very reasonable and well thought out.
However.. there's alway the "however" lol
I see you changed course on suspension mods, when you decide to do something with that, I would highly (very highly) recomend you go with the Ford Prtfotmance kits that basically have everything you need, they are a fire and forget piece, my next choice would be a Cortex kit, I know that is a pretty expensive payday, but if you can buy it all at once, it's a lot cheaper than piecing it out, bit by bit, and sometimes you can find them on sale.
Here's my build post, feel free to go ove rit, it's all there, disasters included, and may be a decent resource for you.So at the tire tests in Daytona, and along with the recent NASA deal, it was nice to see people having fun with cars. I recently sold my yellow T4 car to a guy who's daughter wants to go racing. It should be perfect for her, not much power, and easily maintainable. I really liked that car...trackmustangsonline.com
Well before you get carried away, remember all the Grand Am and PWC cars used basically stock suspensionsThanks. I would eventually like to go to coilovers and lighter weight suspension components. After the next round of modifications I'm probably going to focus on my driving skills (lot's of room for improvement!) and wearing out some tires and brakes while saving for better suspension stuff. I appreciate the suggestions!
It's not anchored. I laid spare 4x4s on top of the extra side material at the bottom. The front door and rear cover barely touches the ground so I suspect some leaves will blow in. Frame and plastic material seems sturdier than the cheap carport HF sells. It's got a decent roof pitch so heavy rain and light snow should fall off. It's been up 3 days now so it's a little early to tell on longevity. Big advantage for me is not spending time putting all the tools and parts out of the weather.What's your honest opinion on that canopy? I'm intrigued. Do you have it secured to the ground?