I had a 35th last year and I ran on some 26X11.5 et streets. My mods were a 4.10 gear, longtube headers, k&n and it went a 13.15 @ 101.78 with a 1.78 60'. I was comming out easy so I wouldnt brake an axle.
A 15x8 (5.5" BS) or 15x10 (6.5" BS) would work well. I'd also go with a 26x11.50 ET Street on either rim size. If you are worried about too much traction go with the narrower rim and a set of 26x10.50's.
If I were you I would go with a 15x10 wheel and a 26x11.5 ET street. I have 15x8's with a 26x10.5 ET street on my N/A auto and it struggles for traction at times depending on track prep so the extra width can only help you.
It seems liek your either lucky or your not for how long stuff lasts....yes I know I may break something in my rearend but then you have guys who have been launching on slicks for a long time and don't break anything at all........if it breaks replace it with something stronger is my motto
Some background first. I've had my 2000 GT since new and have added practically every bolt on possible over the past 2 decades (including 4:10s). Its had its up and downs over the years and right now it is in pretty good shape with 91,000 miles. Still gets complements when I am out and about. I...
Just looking for some help or direction. Post is kinda long, I wanted to try and not leave anything out.
In Short I have a suspected rear thrust bearing failure at only 1k miles in on a brand new engine, I had no issues with the same trans/TC on stock boosted motors, the only difference...
I have a 1996 GT that is getting way up there in mileage, but I gotta say the thing has been such a good car , good performance and super reliable . Car was purchased way back in 2001, belonged to a guy who worked at ford . I will have to look back at the specs/part #s but it’s got...
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