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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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Automotive Performance Analyzer


HORSEPOWER CALCULATOR
Calculate your total available horsepower given ideal conditions:
  Best 1/4 Mile ET:   [Ex: 12.56]
  Best 1/4 Mile MPH:   [Ex: 106]
  Your cars track weight:   [Ex: 3350]
ET CALCULATOR
Calculate your potential ET from your chassis dyno figures or from total available HP results from the horsepower calculator:
  Available Horsepower:   [Ex: 345]
  Your cars track weight:   [Ex: 3350]
ET CONVERSION
Convert your 1/8th mile ET and MPH time slip to 1/4 mile figures:
  Eighth Mile ET:   [Ex: 7.50]
  Eighth Mile MPH:   [Ex: 89.65]
FUEL SYSTEM ANALYZER
Calculate a basic estimate of the fuel system requirement to feed the amount of total horsepower your engine produces:
  Total Horsepower:   [Ex: 345]
  Current Injector Size:  
  Type of Induction:  
  Amount of Boost:  
GEAR RATIO CALCULATOR
Calculate your optimum gear ratio required to help achieve the best ET possible from your combination:
  Total HP at what RPM:   [Ex: 5500]
  Tire Diameter (Inches):   [Ex: 26]
  Finish Line MPH:   [Ex: 106]
TOP SPEED CALCULATOR
Calculate your top end speed and finish line MPH for any given combination of gear ratio and tire diameter (Currently based on stock T5 transmission gear ratios):
  Gear Ratio Desired:  
  Desired Tire Diameter:   [Ex: 25.5]
Disclaimer:
These calculators only provide generalized estimates based on standardized mathematical calculations. In some cases, these widely used formulas are tweaked to better suit what we have learned about Mustang performance. The results are only meant to give you a base idea of your Mustangs capabilities, component needs, and fuel requirements. Only use calculated requirements for a good basic starting point, and work from there. The Mustang Works will not be responsible for damage to your vehicle, for any reason, even if these calculation (especially fuel requirements) are not accurate.
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