I'll remember that! I only use the corral for the For Sale section - I've bought several things (like my 4v Cobra intake cams) from there.Four eye pride is the most TCCoA like of the Mustang forums(just don't ask about 87+ aero conversions lol), the regulars there are real dedicated to their cars like many of us here. The Corral is daily full of thousands of threads packed with political spam and immature morons.
I've been yakking with the guy who's driving the IRS-equipped in-house road course Fox at MM (they converted their Fox to the Cobra IRS, plus added all of their goodies).Going with MM RLCAs helps tame the quadrabind's nasty quirks decently, as do rear coilovers. A lot of the aftermarket uppers tend to make it even worse since the arms themselves are actually designed to twist (yes terrible design). A MM TA/PHB combo can actually out handle(at the cost of harshness) an equivalent Cobra IRS swapped Fox
Ah, I should have said stock Cobra IRS. Upgrading the bushings drastically helps its own inherent bind issues. The T/A PHB combo pretty much is slathered in delrin and spherical bushings out of the box(s), so its potential is pretty maxed.I've been yakking with the guy who's driving the IRS-equipped in-house road course Fox at MM (they converted their Fox to the Cobra IRS, plus added all of their goodies).
...unless you don't plan on upgrading the IRS, as the stock bushings are garbage.
If the track is glass-smooth, it's not much of a difference...but once even the slightest bumps pop up, it's Cobra IRS all the way.
However, if you're drag-racing it...by all means, keep the solid axle.
Part of the reason why I got rid of the Mustang was the punishing ride. And if you mod the suspension, short of either IRS or the torque-arm setup...it only gets worse. Compare that to the almost glass-smooth T-bird...it's an easy problem to solve.