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Old 08-23-2017, 11:48 AM   #41
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Going to be compression checking the 4.6. If it doesn't do too well I'm thinking of doing a coyote swap, if all seems good then I'm thinking of a roush super charger
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Old 08-23-2017, 07:01 PM   #42
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Going to be compression checking the 4.6. If it doesn't do too well I'm thinking of doing a coyote swap, if all seems good then I'm thinking of a roush super charger
I dunno how well the whole pulleys thing will do with drifting. Honestly would think turbo would be better.
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Old 08-25-2017, 01:37 AM   #43
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I dunno how well the whole pulleys thing will do with drifting. Honestly would think turbo would be better.
What's the downside of it? I don't have much experience with super chargers, the market for them seems pretty good for mustangs though
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I've watched videos of people having issues with keeping the belt from popping off at high rpm. However on this forum i have seen some roots style superchargers that have two idler pullies on either side of the supercharger pully. Maybe those are ok.
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I've watched videos of people having issues with keeping the belt from popping off at high rpm. However on this forum i have seen some roots style superchargers that have two idler pullies on either side of the supercharger pully. Maybe those are ok.
Ahh I can see it now. I'll have to do some research around that more.


I've officially decided what route to go with the car! Going to be doing the 3 rounds of top drift limited next year and also 6 rounds of Redline time attack! I'm interested in setting up a car that could do both, of course it'll be a challenge but I think it'll be fun for sure. Here's also some in car at the grange a few months ago, I think I need to work on staying on the throttle more and not modulating so much.
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Old 09-06-2017, 09:00 PM   #46
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Hey Guys! If you do like my build and want so see more I built a website, It also has some tips about drifting as well as regular blog posts too. If anyone checks it out I appreciate it a lot!
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Old 09-12-2017, 02:10 PM   #47
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Quick update of parts I'll be throwing on and what else I plan on doing. Any input is appreciated
-Bmr relocation bracket for rear arms
-bmr upper arm
-grantelli Motorsports front and rear sway bars

Still planning to buy
-caster/ camber plates
-unicorn angle kit

That's really everything I could think of to still do other than boosting it
The coilovers you bought come with camber plates so there's no need for separate plates.

As for the relocation bracket, they are designed to increase grip at corner exit/drag launch which could have adverse effects on a drift car. For the upper control arm, get one that has spherical/rod end bushings. The polyurethane ones will bind up under load and can make a car unpredictable at the limit.

In any case, change/add one thing at a time so you know what to undo if you end up with an ill handling car.
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The coilovers you bought come with camber plates so there's no need for separate plates.

As for the relocation bracket, they are designed to increase grip at corner exit/drag launch which could have adverse effects on a drift car. For the upper control arm, get one that has spherical/rod end bushings. The polyurethane ones will bind up under load and can make a car unpredictable at the limit.

In any case, change/add one thing at a time so you know what to undo if you end up with an ill handling car.
There's no camber/caster plates I must have missed putting that. I got camber adjustment but need caster adjustment so I'll be getting maximum Motorsports plates.

Also I'll probably be getting a Unicorn Angle kit as well in the next few months and probably up the gearing into the 5 range
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