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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
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Stand Tall: A how-to on tall valve covers
As we make our Mustangs go faster we make changes to the valvetrain that at some point necessitate taller than stock valve covers to fit. Some like the "racy" look of taller valve covers but to the hard core enthusiast they serve a bigger purpose. The most common reason to use tall valve covers is to be able to fit aftermarket roller rockers and valvetrain stabilizers more commonly known as stud girdles. However, before you decide to simply bolt on a set of those polished, tall, Motorsport val...
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Spring Break Shootout a Smashing Success!

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Throughout the weekend of racing at the FFW Spring Break Shootout,in Bradenton, Florida, we have been posting the shootout results as the racing takes place on our sister site,FunFord.com. We''ve been utilizing our new results posting Web application and things worked out well. A few minor glitches were found duringthe weekend, as it was our first time utilizing it, but were able to iron them out remotely and post 100% of the results. This wasthe first time ever the results from a major Ford sho...

Spring Break Shootout Coverage, Day Three!

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Today during round two qualifying John Gullett, from Orange Park, Florida, in his 1988 Mustang GT Pro 5.0 car goes an amazing 7.07 @ 200.13 MPH to smash the MPH Fun Ford record. Congrats John! You''re nocking on the 6-second club door.Check out all the event results, as they are being posted in real time, from Bradenton, Florida on FunFord.com!...

Spring Break Shootout Coverage, Day Two!

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Most of Friday here in Bradenton, Florida during the 2001 Fun Ford Weekend season opener, a.k.a. the Spring Break Shootout, was again test and tune. However, at 4 P.M. test runs were concluded and the first round of FFW class qualifying began. There were some impressive runs within all the classes, and as predicted in our posting yesterday, a Street Renegade car came within a hair of laying down an 8-second pass. As with yesterday, Mike Freeman (Ft. Myers, FL) ran a sub 9-second pass in his 1988...

Spring Break Shootout Coverage, Day One!

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Today was the opening day of the Fun Ford Weekend season opener, also known as the "Spring Break Shootout", in Bradenton, Florida at the Desoto Drag Strip. Although the day was initially for tech and early test-n-tuning, it did see some action and there were lots of racer''s and cars to see in the pits. Check out our day one coverage on our sister site, Fun Ford Weekend Online....

New Pony Tales Column, "Watch out for Harleys!", posted

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The March edition of Nicolle Douglas'' Pony Tales column, entitled "Watch out for Harleys!" has just been added to the Female Power section. Here follows the first paragraph:My local club, DFWStangs holds a cruise three times a year. I look forward to each and every one of them too. They''re a great way to meet new members and an even better way to talk face to face with the old ones. I''ve been honored to be a coordinator for many of the cruises. It''s been a pleasure to help all of the member...

Monthly Mare: Andrea Aaron's 1993 Mustang LX Convertible

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Isn''t it strange how one day you can wake up and realize that you have a passion for something. Something you didn''t quite realize you loved so much before that very moment? I mean, it was always there. In the back of your mind... behind the clutter and the "to-do" list of life. That one desire that is strong enough to somehow break free and surface to your subconscious. Only to then take over your daydreams... your checkbook... your life![READ FULL ARTICLE]...

Getting Wired in Michigan

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With the evolution of high tech street car racing, the need for quality electrical and wiring harnesses has grown over the past few years. Carving a niche in this specialized market is Michael Browne of Wires & Pliers. A native of Brighton, MI., Sparky as he is called uses the experience he gained working in the automotive field and at his present employer TRW Automotive Chass...

Mustang Works to Cover Spring Break Shootout!

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The Mustang Works Magazine will be in attendance next weekend, March 8th through the 11th, in Bradenton, Florida for the Fun Ford Weekend 2001 season opener. Editor, Dan McClain, Staff Writer, Rudy Rouweyha, and Technical Assistant, Dustin Wood, will be on hand to capture the racing in photo, video, and editorial form. In addition, we will be posting daily coverage of the action from the event. This will include posting of the race results onto our sister site, FunFord.com, as the racing unfolds...

All New MustangWorks.com Design Launched!

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Well, a new racing season is now kicking off for 2001. And, to go along with the new racing season we''ve brought you an entirely new design here at The Mustang Works Magazine! You''ll quickly notice some big changes from the old site. First, the new site no longer uses a frame based layout. We have gone back to a more traditional solid page layout. In addition, we designed a much cleaner, crisper, lighter weight graphical look and feel for the site this time around. Our modem users should notic...

Steeda to Hold Race Camp

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The time for Camp Steeda is drawing near and the excitement and anticipation is building. Camp Steeda is an unbelievable opportunity for you to drive your Ford-powered street car on the world-famous Sebring International Raceway March 23-25. What could be more exciting than driving your own car on this famous road racing circuit? Put your pony on the same track that made the names Mustang and Cobra legendar...
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