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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
ET Range: Unknown
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EEC-IV Adaptive Control. Your best friend or your worst nightmare?
Welcome to the wonderful world of EEC electronics! (pronounced "EEK") This is the first in a series of articles here on The Mustang Works dealing with the EEC. We will be discussing various aspects of the EEC in a Mustang. By understanding how the EEC controls the engine, hopefully you'll get a better idea of why some changes to your engine may or may not perform as you expected. Through a series of articles, we will go through major sections of the EEC and how they work with common aftermarke...
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[03/13/2002] Rick Jones Authors Drag Race Car Chassis Tuning Guide


Rick Jones, owner of R J Race Cars and Quarter-Max Chassis and Racing Components, has released a new book called ?The Rick Jones Chassis Tuning Guide.? The guide displays Jones? knowledge of suspension tuning from 20 years of racing.

"My goal in writing this chassis-tuning guide is to provide a tool that everyone can use with ease," says Jones. "Most manuals get too technical - so technical, in fact, that the majority of racers wind up more confused after reading them than they were before they started. This guide is written as a comprehensive, hands-on approach with real-world answers to everyday problems and questions that door car drag racers have."

The guide is 128 pages of great knowledge, including how to haul your race car to the track, squaring up the car, front and rear suspensions, shocks, springs, brakes, wings, parachutes and much more. Drag racers should definately check out this book and its plethora of knowledge.

?The Rick Jones Chassis Tuning Guide? may be purchased by contacting Quarter-http://www.quartermax.com.

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