Then you are going to need some sort of boost controller to limit boost on the launch and then ramp it in after the 60' or so. Running only 8 psi in the tires is like dragging two flat tires down the track, the amount of drag provided by those two tires at that pressure is pretty big. Lots of rolling resistance. It would work a lot better to launch at 6-7 psi and then ramp in the rest of the boost once the car takes a set and gets going. So either sort out a boost controller, or come up with a timing retard to kill the power on the hit and then ramp in the timing once the car gets going. Problem with retarding the timing, while killing a lot of power to get going, it is hard on pistons. What does the car weigh? What is the weight split front to rear? Are the rear shocks double adjustable? How about the front. What struts/springs on the front? Sway bar removed?
- Then you are going to need some sort of boost controller ..
thats interesting... is it a "common" solution? any recomedation?
- What does the car weigh?
1625 kg (3580lb)
- What is the weight split front to rear?
Front 55.60 %
Rear 44,40 %
- Are the rear shocks double adjustable? How about the front. What struts/springs on the front?
Strange Externally Adjustable Mustang Struts S6009LM
Strange Externally Adjustable Mustang Shocks S6008LM
I had them first time this Saturday.
They both have 10 performance-adjusting rebound settings - and I had both (front and rear) on 5
Iv changed the tire preasure and launch RPM to get a best result, not the shocks this time.
Do you have recomendation, how to set them?
Iv checked the market and Iv not find any drag springs for 2005-2009. The Eibach ones (which included the air bag asweel) are out of stock everywhere, available for 79-04 only
Atleast Iv got the bags to the rear springs
Air Lift 1000 Load Assist Rear Spring Kits 60841
Iv used 15psi on the left one and 35psi on right
- Sway bar removed?
2005 FORD MUSTANG BMR Sway Bars SB023R
front is still there