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  1. #1
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    Default ITR Mustang

    What is the forums opinion on competitive ability of a 99-04 v6 mustang

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    Very competitive once built to the max.

    I know of a junkyard motored car that was making extremely good power.

    Handling can be fixed. brakes good.

    Aero is an issue.
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    1980 ITS Triumph TR8

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    I think the ITR Mustang can be extremely competitive in R. My research shows that it'll make class leading power, can get within 75 lbs or so of minimum weight with a lot of attention to detail, and since they are the same as ITS Mustangs with respect to chassis, they handle well.

    A lot of attention needs to be paid to the suspension setup and particularly the rear suspension. Well, the front too, but the rear requires more parts and work with a tri-link and panhard rod.

    Frankly, I feel the ITR Mustang has more potential than the ITS Mustang. I built an ITS Mustang because I wanted to race with my friends, but if that were not a constraint I'd build an ITR version.

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    Default 99-04 Mustang ITR

    rbrund,

    Where are you located? I may have the perfect starting chassis for you, as I abandoned my Mustang ITR project, and the chassis is waiting for a new owner.

    I could make you a great deal!!!

    Bill
    Bill Frieder
    MGP Racing
    Buffalo, New York

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