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05-22-2009 09:36 AM
jayel579
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Originally Posted by wrc_fan View Post
True, but the mustang is only listed in ESP and FSP (Mustang II )
He could roll on the Heavy Metal class or Thunder Class, a.k.a CP. Those cars fully prep'd are animals
05-22-2009 08:48 AM
wrc_fan
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Originally Posted by jayel579 View Post
He would be in SM with the gears unless the 3:73 gears came on the SN95 chasis, I don't think they did.
Yeah, didn't think about that, I just assumed it was a mustang gear set, but it would have to be in the same 94-04 generation

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Originally Posted by jayel579 View Post
Tire size is free in any street prepared class
True, but the mustang is only listed in ESP and FSP (Mustang II )
05-21-2009 01:51 PM
jayel579 He would be in SM with the gears unless the 3:73 gears came on the SN95 chasis, I don't think they did. Tire size is free in any street prepared class.
05-20-2009 07:58 PM
wrc_fan Looks like the 315 rear tires would put him in ESP, 285 is the max tire size for STU.
05-20-2009 02:29 PM
alexlindeman
What class for a buddies Mustang GT?

Ive been reading into the rules, and still wasnt very clear on the car classes.

His mods are listed below:

2003 Mustang GT Convertible
Bassani Headers
Bassani Catted X-pipe
Bassani Cat-back
Mac 85MM Cold Air Intake
Dynotune by Diablosport Predator
Steeda Plenum Spacer
MGW short throw shifter
Steeda Competition Springs
Tokico HP Blue shocks and struts
3:73 gears
17x9 rims front
17x10.5 rims rear
275/40/17 front
315/35/17 rear

Stock wheel size was 17x8
stock tire size was 245/45/17

Thank you for the help guys.

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