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Old 11-06-2006, 17:27   #1 (permalink)
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Can a fox body mustang be a decent drift car?

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Re: Can a fox body mustang be a decent drift car?

Maybe with a weight distrabution kit, a set of 265 35 tires all the way around, a fully adjustable brake bias system. And of course lots of other goodies. But think about it. Ford used there focus for rally and it is similar to the body style you are asking about. You just need to find a way to get as close of a 50/50 front to rear weight ratio. But it could work with time and money.
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