But cutting the center out and installing a rack isNow I'm having 2nd thoughts john sears says its not legal in x.
yep, didn't know having a conversation about components would get a thread locked.......for anyone considering this component for any other part of racing, it really does save a ton of time and fits perfect.......Well since John closed the thread. The convo in the X275 forum was just getting logical..... S boxes are allowed in mustangs (as well as lengthened wheelbases IE not factory LCA location) and Gbodys cant have a fabricated LCA mount (in factory location) .....beats me :smt102
I just wanted to ask on the X275 forum as I had a couple customers asking and I dont have Johns contact info. I will more than likely hand fab the front bars, center crossmember and core support and use the factory mounts on these X275 cars. No big deal just would rather support Atilio at Double AA Performance as he has a great product and it saves some of the fab time.....
Anyone with questions regarding the install feel free to ask
It doesn't change or alter anything from the factory location. With the amount of material that's left of johns flca mount as long as you leave that amount there is no argument left. He literally has a 2" strip of the factory mount left over ( if that). By his rules I can leave a strip of the factory mount, install atillos kmember, and fabricate a upper bracket to hold a strut that bolts to the factory upper a-arm mount.... All attachment points in factory location, bolt in, and as legal as the mustangs/ smith chevy2 fronts.....what's good for the goose....Total horse shit his first arguement was that its weld in. Well so are after market first gen fbodys and novas after the front bars to the cage are welded to them. 2nd arguement was the front mount point to the lower a arm isn't factory metal basically. He keeps saying its not in "the stock location " even though it not factory metal its still stock frame location ant accepts a factory a arm much like a s-box that is legal.