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Fox chassis cars are known for having headlight issues...everything from flashing lights when the fogs are on, to blown headlight and multi-function (turn signal) switches. Basically because all (...)
Summer 2011 I blew the turbo to manifold gasket and developed a nasty exhaust leak. It sounded horrible and performance was suffering. I originally planned to do it over the winter so I wouldn't (...)
I wanted to try to get rid of the drone I was experiencing on the highway...wanted to quiet the car down a bit overall too if possible. After some research I ended up going with the Dynomax VT (...)
Drag Racing is in my blood and I love it so I figured I'd put a little something together for the first timer!
Racing at the track (...)
When I first saw this was going to be available I knew I wanted it for my Capri - even though I had no prior MS experience and even though I ALSO have an SVO! (which the PiMP was originally developed) My Capri is heavily modified, and while (...)
The wheels on my Mustang SVO were in decent shape when I got it but just weren't up to my standards. The clear was chipping and checking in several spots and they just didn't look that great - especially when they got dirty. They were "yellowing" in a few spots too - Additionally, one of them looks as if it was previously refinished (...)
So the dash panels in the SVO weren't in the best shape when I got the car so I decided to research "re-fuzzying" it. After some quick searches I decided I was going to tackle it. See below on how it looked before I started.
(Fairmont/Zephyr dashes are similar)
As I was stripping the old paint from the dash pad of my Capri in order to refinish it I carelessly dropped a scraper on the speaker hole area creating a nasty looking LARGER hole (...)
Wild Rides S-Box install – By Mike Martinelli Jr. – aka n20capri
After ripping out my passengers' side upper torque box at Atco in April 2008 it was time to get serious so I picked up the Wild Rides S-box (aka the Stang Box) to solve the problem. It’s beefy, (...)