Finding Tire Size

To make sure you’re getting the best performance from your driveline, a few calculations are necessary. The final gear ratio of your transmission works with your rear axle ratio & tire size to make all of this happen. To dial in the best efficiency, these all need to be considered for an upgrade.   How…

MACH 1 – PAST & FUTURE

The Ford Mustang Mach 1 is a performance-oriented option package of the Ford Mustang, originally introduced by Ford in August 1968 as a package for the 1969 model year. The Mach 1 title adorned performance oriented Mustang offerings until the original retirement of the moniker in 1978, returning briefly in 2003 and 2004. As part of a Ford heritage program, the…

Choosing a Ford Flywheel

Car building has experienced a wide variety of engine combinations and changes in design in the past few decades. The choices between big blocks, small blocks, Flathead, Cleveland, Windsor, Y blocks, FE, MEL,… it can be a little overwhelming sometimes, but typically we know what we like and will go with what we know.. Regardless…

Choosing a GM Flywheel

Car building has experienced a wide variety of engine combinations and changes in design in the past few decades. The choices between big blocks, small blocks, LS, LT… it can be a little overwhelming sometimes, but typically we know what we like and will go with what we know.. Regardless of which you choose, it’s…

Mustang II, A return to concept

The second-generation Ford Mustang, marketed as the Ford Mustang II, is a two- or three-door, four-passenger, front-engine/rear-drive pony car manufactured and marketed by Ford from 1973 to 1978. Introduced in September 1973 for the model year 1974, the Mustang II arrived roughly coincident with the oil embargo of 1973 and subsequent fuel shortages.[3] It arrived 490 pounds lighter and almost 19 inches…