The real white95!
because racecar (wash?)
Yeah, my buddy dubbed the car "Unicorn" years ago.Unicorn headlight switch?
i have only breezed thru most of this post, and not read every detail, but it sounds like you are wanting to auto cross this car? if so i suggest a good 2 core radiator (love my jegs brand) and a aftermarket, adjustable variable speed fan controller, if your tunning software doesn't cover this. add big brakes, and steep gears, and your good to go.
I've had that Steeda quadrant/cable since 06 and haven't had any issues to mention. I've heard horror stories as well and have considered replacing it but if it ain't broke... I would definitely replace it with MM parts and I've been working on purchasing the entire catalog lately :grin2:Love the direction you'really taking the suspension. I'll get there eventually
Only thing I see as questionable is the double hook quadrant and adjustable cable. The Ford OEM cable looks and feels better than the aftermarket adjustable that came in my SN95.
As far as the double hook quadrant, I broke an adjustable cable and a Ford cable with the unlabeled triple hook that came in my car. Very frustrating on a daily driver.
Switched to the MM quadrant and there's no random bound up pushes to the floor or odd intermittent cable noises. It's properly radiused, meets the cable at a tangent and rolls nicely.
Steeda may be better than whatever I had, but I'm not a believer in multi-hook quadrants anymore
Sounds like you may have had too much pre-load on the clutch after your swap and the cable was too old to handle it. Mine was adjusted wrong when I bought the car and it caused clutch slip and way too much pedal pressure, + cable fraying at the quadrant endi have a steeda triple hook, and i had an adjustable cable. the cable broke, and cost me a tow.....I would have tried to syncro shift but I had about 10 miles on my A5 transmission, and i wasn't going to risk it.....yes, i did a full trans swap and tried to keep my 8 year old cable
The triple hook (and firewall adjustor) are still intact. The MM cable is waaaay smoother, and takes much less leg strength.