Vorshlag 2018 Mustang GT + S550 Development Thread

Discussion in 'Vorshlag Motorsports' started by Fair, Mar 9, 2018.

  1. The_Dead_Cow

    The_Dead_Cow TMO Intermediate

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    Great write up, all the info you guys share really helps out.

    Hopefully those tow hooks will be able to fit a GT350
     
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    @Fair nice write up and the brake cooling inlets. Any plans to sell an S550 brake cooling kit? I know many have asked about one.
     
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    The plan is to test both the inlet and backing plate and make sure we haven't overlooked anything, then make a production run. There are usually some small changes between the hand-built prototypes and the production parts to clean up fitment, and to make the install easier.
     
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    Great info @Fair - really appreciate you sharing and documenting all of this. For the few of us who have the Base GT brakes and aren't ready to move to larger rotors/new calipers, would these Baer rotors be a viable option? It appears they have standard venting:

    http://baer.com/Front-Sport-Rotor-15-17-Mustang-GT.html

    Edit: Nevermind. I called Baer and their Sport rotors have inverted/outside venting just like OE, which makes sense as the Sport rotors are intended to be their OE-replacement offering. On the other hand they do offer their EradiSpeed 2 piece rotors with standard venting for the 14" Base GT brakes.
     
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