Originally Posted by Patrick Olsen
Just ask all the guys running Kenny Brown stuff in American Iron and American Iron Extreme. Oh, wait, there aren't any!
Ok, KB stuff in AI or AIX. If you would look back and do your homework, you would know that KB stuff in those classes pretty much got ousted. There actually was a couple cars with KB race set ups that kept winning in a big way, but since MM is such a huge "sponser" type in that class, they pretty much put the kabosh on KB parts. The reason is because MM had contingency for a lot of the cars in the series, but MM kept getting beat by KB stuff. So they slowly squeezed KB out of the series.
So now I know theres a couple big name guys in AV8SS that run KB stuff and they keep on winning. I know that the leading points driver has a KB fox car, David Morrison I think is his name.
And as for the popsicle stick guy. I understand what you are saying, however, these aren't made of wood nor are we making a bridge. Why add more to something that can be done without as much? The main objective of the Sub Frame Connector is to do just that, connect the sub frame. From the rear part to the front part really isn't that much more, and why risk welding more on (MM part) that in an accident would just end up tearing up your rear floor??
As you can tell I most likely side with KB. I know pretty much everyone in the Mustang business just because I've been around it for so long. MM, Griggs, KB, Saleen, Steeda, Roush, etc. They all have good parts, it just depends on what you want. This is how I break it down---
Track/Performing on Street--- KB
Street/Street Racing-------- MM/Griggs
I lobby with KB simply because I know what that company and that guy can do. KB has a great history of racing and a friends dad of mine remembers him from back in Nebraska working on Porsche's. He knows the track and how cars need to be setup. MM is relatively new, and on top of that they're a Westcoast brand. Left Side is WAAAYYY out there anyway. Different opinions that don't really make sense some times. But thats the nature of this industry. Its all personal opinions and word of mouth.