I'm not confusing myself. I've had the car for a few years now and been in H-Stock. Just putting a stock 302 into my Mustang bumps me up in classes, because a Mustang didn't come with a 302 in 1980 or 1981. It was a gutless 255ci v8.
I have my Ford Steering and Suspension Specialist Certification (a few classes in Seattle to get my Chassis Master)
I know the major problem is the rear suspension with snap over-steer. That's what I'm focusing on now. So the front suspension is out of the question for now.
My question is answered, go with Adjustable LCA's in the rear and and H&R Springs. Coil-Overs have no real noticeable benefit and not really needed, unless I go compete at the National level. It the local level, all the Prepared are PAX'd together (2 FP Nissans, and 1 EP Civic)
I was just saying that in the future, 2-3 years from now, I'm gonna focus on the front suspension, offset A-arms (which are called Lower Control Arms also at the Dealership), and coil overs. What MFE stated, I already knew, and the other (front) LCA's don't matter to me.
RGL Motorsports #129
1981 Coupe - Under Construction = C Prepared build
Last edited by Gustav129; 09-10-2011 at 02:18 PM.