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  1. Invincibleextremes

    Dual Ball Joint Strut Modification

    2015 mustangs use dual balljoint setups as well. Which is the reason I went with the 2014 mustang spindle on my single ball joint setup. Just something to look into if you're set on a set up.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    The super 8.8 in a nodular iron case will handle that no problem. And yes I will be offering a bolt in kit, that's the entire idea with this. My own personal goal is to have a street driven 1,000 plus hp 240z widebody with 275mm and 315mm tires, so our interests align, that's for sure.
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    Questions on stub axle eliminators

    To be honest, in your shoes, I would go with the techno toy tuning setup. Then use 240sx brakes, not z32. The bearing mounts are the same, and parking brake is built into the caliper. Win win. Your only problem will be they make the uprights only work with their strut, but that's easily adapted to any modern coilover. Also, it's 500 for a pair, not bad pricing. 240sx will let you stay 4 lug, just use shortened 240sx cv axles and that's it.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    Went with srt4 coilovers because they have both a cheap market and high end ones available. The front spindles are 2014 mustang brakes, which do have plenty of options. I had to drop everything and come deal with the lava situation here in Hawaii so it'll be a few weeks before I can pick it back up. Good news being that I already have the 315 tires, so I'll be able to drop the car back on its wheels and test it all out once I come back to oregon.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    Yeah, I've seen failed chromoly cages and control arms that have failed, not a pretty sight.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    Definately glad you guys are pitching in with ideas.
  7. Thanks, had to stop and go to a different state for a few weeks, but hoping to get back to it soon and go drive it some more, but with the new suspension and diff.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    Regular mild has been great for the brake brackets that I've been building, so I'm seriously leaning towards that. And there's less chance of making it brittle, which is something I want to avoid at all costs. Uncle Sam has me pretty much booked till July, so I'm a few thousand miles away doing my thing. Brainstorming in the mean time but can't physically cut and fit anything. At least my driveshaft adapter and 315 rear tires are there, so I'll be able to do some vigorous durability testing once I bolt it all in.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    I'll look into 4130, it's easier to machine, so my brother will have an easier time with providing me with the perfect fit spindle pin sleaves...
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    The Nissan and the ford hubs are completely different. And since techno toy tuning offers a really nice Nissan part for a decent price I don't think I'll be offering a Nissan specific upright. I could drill the holes for a Nissan hub if needed, but I'm not seeing any reason to bother except for people who really want it for some reason. Still debating on material, meaning towards something mild, to avoid cracking, and definately won't be stainless. Open to suggestions actually, but I see no reason why someone with a mig and gas bottle couldn't finish it themselves.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    The face itself doesn't accept the calipers, to use 1995 or 2014 rear brakes it will come with a bracket to work with the caliper you want. So I see no reason why you couldn't use any caliper you wanted, so long as you could make up some sort of bracket to fit.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    Yeah, I think the best situation for everyone involved is for me to tack every thing in a jig for it to stay true, and let everyone either weld it themselves, or trade favors with a welder etc...
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    Uncle Sam has me busy for a couple weeks, after that I'm finishing the install on my own datsun, drafting up the shapes once I'm happy with them, and having it all laser cut and see what else can be done. A month or two tops.
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    Ford Super 8.8 irs swap thread. Rear brakes too

    Agreed. I find it ironic that my 1st gen mustangs, and my firebird, and my 69 charger all have double wishbone, and my only car known for handling (although my 68 firebird is no slouch in that dept) has a strut. In fact, I find it downright amusing that most modern cars are strut based.
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