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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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Lighten Your Front End!
Motorheads are always in search of ways for more power or less weight. When it comes to removing weight from your Mustang, taking it off the front end of the car is preferable to removing it from elsewhere. With this in mind, I decided to remove some weight from the front of my 93 LX coupe using a tubular front-end system and switching to manual steering. Of course there were some "snags" enco...
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Which heads for a 393W
Edelbrock Vic Jr's
Result: 27%
Pro Topline 200's
Result: 6%
FMS Z304 heads (204cc's)
Result: 11%
Brodix track 1's
Result: 2%
TFS high ports
Result: 30%
Other: post it.
Result: 23%

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[06/11/2001] Steeda releases new strut tower brace

Steeda has just released a new high-quality Strut Tower Brace that fits 2001 Mustangs. Ford''s constant fine-tuning of the Mustang''s design created a fitment problem on 2001 models with previous strut tower braces. To ensure all Mustang owners could reap the benefits of our Strut Tower Brace, Steeda totally redesigned it for a perfect fit on all Mustangs from 1999-2001.

Steeda says the new Strut Tower Brace still has all the same features and benefits Mustang owners have grown to
love. The Strut Tower Brace strengthens the front of your car eliminating suspension flex and cowl shake, while improving steering response and handling. Their tests show without a Steeda Strut Tower Brace shock towers can flex up to 1/4 inch during hard corners. Steeda''s Strut Tower Brace is available in mild steel or super-tough, twice-as-strong 4130 chrome-moly alloy steel. Steeda say''s they''ve also built in plenty of extra clearance for superchargers and popular aftermarket intakes. Therefore, it''s a good upgrade for even if your car came factory-equipped with a brace. Their strut tower braces are precision welded and powdercoated for durability and great looks.


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