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Old 04-06-2012, 09:45 PM   #11
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Someone convinced me to put coil overs in mine a few years back. My first thought was that I could be using that money for a bigger faster motor. He took me for a ride in his 68 and I was sold on them.
Which aftermarket?

I've been toying with the idea of getting a DSE, Griggs and even Gateway performance because i would really love to get the Coyote engine in my car but the first 2 are way too expensive (but oh so damn nice) and the last one doesn't attract me too much. The idea of McPherson's doesn't instill too much confidence and getting any IRS is absolutely out of the question.

so I'm leaning for TCP coil over kit and just upgrading my 289 to an EFI 302 maybe 347.
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Old 04-07-2012, 03:06 AM   #12
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Which aftermarket?

so I'm leaning for TCP coil over kit and just upgrading my 289 to an EFI 302 maybe 347.
I went with a set up from Rod and Custom Motorsports. My car was in an accident before I bought it and when I was tearing it someone pointed out to me some lead welding barely holding the front end together thereby making it easier for me to make the choice.

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Old 04-08-2012, 03:13 AM   #13
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Gateway just resells rrs stuff http://www.rrs-online.com/ I do love griggs racing but for the price i could get a full frame from http://www.schwartzperformance.com/index.cfm also look at http://www.roadstershop.com/ they have two front kits ones a ifs style the other is a full front clip and even a full frame from them too.
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Old 04-13-2012, 06:02 PM   #14
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I put a anthony jones front end on my car. It has coil overs sn95? Spindles and power rack and pinion steering. I paid about half the price the other ones go for. Does anybody know what the dimension of the coyote 5.0 are. I was thinking of putting one in my project but don't know if it would fit with just notched shock towers
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with the notched towers it should fit fine.
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Old 04-19-2012, 06:40 AM   #16
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I was looking at the TCP setup for my mustang but after pricing the package and riding in a Griggs setup that my mechanic has I decided to go Griggs. Mainly because I found out you can use SN95 spindles off a wrecked mustang and a stock power steering rack and pinion and save some money. Doing that it comes out to the same price as the TCP stuff.

I will get to ride in a 67 Shelby convertible clone in a few months running a supercharged 03-04 cobra motor with the Griggs setup. Really excited to see how that feels.
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69FB, please do share!
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I will definitely share my opinion and feelings on the car. The owner is going to take it to Barber Motorsports Park where they held the 45th. I have ridden in a SVO mustang with the griggs suspension and my mechanic is doing an 2005 Mustang with a griggs suspension that when tuned will be producing 1000 hp. and around 700+ torque.

Owner of the shop is thinking about doing a pro-touring bullitt mustang with a Griggs suspension.
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Owner of the shop is thinking about doing a pro-touring bullitt mustang with a Griggs suspension.
He and I share the same dream. my dream comes with a coyote. lol
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And with the sn95 spindles your brake and wheel options is a mile long.
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