If you want to use a 1982-93 Mustang as a donor car. You may delete the rear suspension from our kits for a savings of $1366.00 and steering column for a savings of $1200.00 and use them along with your motor, transmission, gas tank & filler tube, from your Mustang donor car. By doing this with our Stage IV assembly, depending on the cost of your donor car, wheels, tires, and paint your overall cost could be under $24,500.00.
A radiator setting straight up has very little affect on a car at high speeds but once you tilt it forwards or backwards it makes for a tremendous difference. If you lean the radiator back at the top it produces lift. This is not what you want. On the other hand if you tilt the top of radiator towards the front, it produces down force. This is exactly what you want and need. RUCC technicians tilted our radiator forward at the top, and added a removable frame section to facilitate installation and removal of the radiator.
The RUCC technicians have designed a front cross member that changes the dynamics of the Mustang II front suspension. It gives a better camber gain to keep the tires full contact patch on the pavement. It also virtually eliminated bump steer. What is bump steer and what does this do for you? Bump steer is when a wheel hits a bump or hole and the suspension moves up or down through its travel. The different radii of the tie rods movement verses the a-arms causes the tire to turn in or out. The more it does this the more the car darts around. We have measured a car with less than 1/64th of an inch bump steer through 2 inches of travel. This keeps our car from moving around. This car is very stable at high speeds.
When people that have driven kit cars in the past drive our car the most heard
One of our customers stated that this is one reason he bought our car... "The doors sound like car doors shutting instead of a screen door."
"This car rides nicer and smoother than a Mustang GT."
"We drive our car to the road race tracks, pull the street tires off and put the racing slicks on then we go racing." We out corner racing cars built from the ground up. We have out cornered spec racers. This is with our daily driven street car.
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