Hello everyone, Havn't posted in a while but had some questions for you. I am going to my first ever track event in a couple weeks and have some questions. Specifically, about aftermarket seats and oil capacity. I will start off with oil capacity. My car is a 3v 4.6. Ford states 6 quarts. Is this what people run at the track? My worry here is oil starvation. I know the 3V has a windage tray, so theoretically if I overfilled it (say, 7ish quarts), the crankshaft shouldn't be churning up+aerating the oil right? What else do I have to worry about when overfilling it? I know on 2V 4.6's, the oil pan itself could hold something like 9 quarts and still have a 1/2 inch or so left before it would begin to spill out of the pan. But the problem here was that the oil would be getting very close to the crankshaft, and would obviously splash up and hit the crank when taking turns. But with the windage tray on the 3v, this shouldn't happen correct? Obviously, I'm not going to fill it to 9 quarts. But my question is, why not fill it up to 7 or so, and thereby lessen my chances of oil starvation? I know BMW guys will do this. And my other question is seats. My 2008 Bullitt has the side air bag GT500 style seats. I want to change out just the driver seat (Thinking Sparco or Corbeau) and use the stock seatbelt, but I don't want to lose the airbag system. I'm O.K. with losing the side airbag, but I want the front airbag systems to still work. Is this possible? I have spent a couple days researching the topic, but most people don't seem to have a good answer. Figured you road racers would have switched your seats and would know what's up. Thank You!