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Selling my 2006 Mustang GT. This car has every part allowed by the rules and was 4th at the nationals in 2014 (it was also my rookie year). Car is located in Athens, Ohio (near Columbus). Comes with a 2 year old 18’ open trailer.
Have more pics on request. AIM Data, video, and setup notes for the buyer. Car has been run at VIR, Watkins Glen, Lime Rock, Thompson, NJMP Lighting, NJMP Thunderbolt, Road Atlanta.
3.73’s with the T2R. this should be switched out for 3.31’s for VIR
Has the delrin front control arm bushings
Weight is 3311 with full fuel and fluids, no driver. This also includes the passenger seat and harness (24lbs) corner balanced at 50.13% with a 190lb driver
Dyno last year at nationals 283HP (have dyno sheet from 2013, and early 2014, and late 2014)
PFC pads (01 front and 97 rear)
Ride height is well above minimum allowed- we spent a lot of time chassis tuning and the car is hooked up and handles fantastically. It LOVES curbs. If you like to slam over curbs, this car is for you.
TIG welded by McMahon Autosport- phenomenal cage guy.
Heavily triangulated and chassis braced
Tubes are run so tightly to the A pillars and header that no chassis bracing plates were needed- tubes are welded directly to the unibody
Double diagonal braces, FIA bars, taco gusset, tunnel bar, the works.
Foot well bars on both sides
Nascar bars on both sides nearly touch the door
Suspension pickup points seam welded up to 12” away from suspension mounting point as allowed in the rules
Firebottle 5lb pull system, recertified last month
Heated windshield (no fog in the rain whatsoever)
Windshield wiper dial on the steering wheel
Sparco quick release wheel
Sparco EVO 2 seat (2 years old for driver, 8 year old seat for passenger)
Schroth 2” Profi 2 HANS harness
Gas pedal extended for heel and toe shifting.
Anti-skid tape on floorboard
MGW short throw shifter with poly bushing shifter
AIM SmartyCam HD
Aim SOLO DL (modified so that a button on the steering wheel can flip through pages on the Solo)
Progressive shift light
Dash switch panel is connected via a 22 position weatherpack bulkhead connector and can be completely removed
Lightweight odyssey battery
Engine noise suppressor for radio hardwire power
Hi gain external radio antenna
Racing radios IMSA harness
Push to talk button on steering wheel
Engine Catch Can
Big Oil cooler w/ 10AN’s
Power steering cooler
Lightweight radiator fan and no shroud
Axle was sandblasted and painted black
4x 3” brake ducts (2 per side)- flows a little more than a single 4” duct. Have notes on rotor and caliper temps via heat strip stickers and heat paint.
HVT Shocks rebuilt this March
New Torrington bearings
All new ford suspension hardware throughout (front struts have the Maximum Motorsports fine thread bolts/nuts)
New 3rd link rubber bushing on axle side, poly bushing and tubular 3rd control arm
New coat of flat black hot rod paint
Champion spark plugs
14x GT500 wheels
1x set of RA1 rains with 4 heat cycles (stored inside and deflated). They gripped great at VIR this week in the rain.
1x set of RR dry with 5 heat cycles
6 other cycled out RR’s
Front Left and Right control arms
3x COP modules
Inner tie rods
2x front brembo calipers (left and right)
4x front 14” rotors freshly turned
3x rear sway bars (18,20,and 22mm)
A few spare mostly used front pads (carbotech xp20 and PFC01)
Power steering pump and pressure hose
Has an exhaust leak, we think from the manifolds (blown out gasket). Manifolds are jet-hot ceramic coated
Had a few bumps with the wall last year- had to replace fenders and some bondo on the rear quarter
Motor was once over-revved to 7200 during a missed shift last year, but ran strong for nationals and 4 other regional races
Power steering leak (pump and hose is in hand and ready to be replaced by new owner)
I’m sure I’m forgetting something. This car was built with lots of love and effort.
NASA Nationals 2014 race video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rkAMFY2WSI