Converting the standard panhard bar rear suspension to a watts link-type on S197 Mustangs has been a hot topic on forums recently. Saleen included a watts link suspension on its Parnelli Jones special edition Mustangs with much success. Fays2 has their own system that is also getting positive reviews. Now, the engineering masterminds over at Steeda Autosports are throwing their hat into the ring. A Watt’s Linkage replaces the Panhard Bar that was added when Ford re-designed the suspension and made the trailing arms parallel with the length of the chassis. When all of the trailing arms were made parallel,
I have to admit, I am part of a fuel-injection generation. Although I have modified and restored many cars over the years, my personal ride during high school was a 1989 Mustang GT that I shared with my brother. As my unofficial “hot rod school,” we swapped out more parts on that Mustang than I can remember. I never even turned a wrench on a carburetor until years later while restoring a 1965 Mustang with a 289. Heck, I ended up converting that 289 to fuel-injection as well. Finding a simple fuel-injection conversion kit just 10 years ago proved to
Hosted by Matt D’Andria (CEO of Motorator.com), Car Collectors is an Internet video series from GQ Magazine. Featuring the biggest car collectors in America as they share their favorite rides, from priceless classics to rare beauties that have taken a lifetime to find. GQ Car Collectors has featured Adam Carolla, Bill Goldberg, Jeff Dunham, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Mike Epps, Tim Allen, Galpin Auto Sports, The Breslow Collection, and The Petersen Museum.
Paxton Automotive announces the new line of NOVI “SL” Superchargers. A technically advanced centrifugal unit that does not require a connection between the engine oil pan and the compressor gear case… No oil lines! This new Paxton supercharger design features a uniquely configured transmission housing that allows for effective gear lubrication and bearing temperature control. You’ll also experience cooler air intake temperatures, a shorter installation time, and the ability to service the supercharger oil without removal. This technically advanced unit takes the internal oil reservoir concept, pioneered by Paxton in the 50s, and blends this feature with today’s technology providing