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They should post this guy's website in Grassroots Racing Magazine; do an article on him. This is exactly what a begginer like me needs to see !!! WTG BNS Racing!!

 

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They should post this guy's website in Grassroots Racing Magazine; do an article on him. This is exactly what a begginer like me needs to see !!! WTG BNS Racing!!

 

 

Thanks "Texas Rodin"!

 

Follow the daily progress to get a Mustang ready for CMC racing at the following website. Then see the car in person at Motorsport Ranch at the NASA event in August!

 

http://www.bns-racing.com/89cmc.htm

 

Cool! Thanks Todd for posting this out here. I'm doing the CMC build and trying to detail all of the information for someone to follow along and see what is necessary to build a CMC Mustang. The fun parts are about to begin (suspension and brake upgrade). Not that the first two weeks haven't been fun.

I hope I cover everything or at least enough to pass along the needed information. We are always open to suggestions and always willing to answer questions too.

 

Keep checking back. There's bound to be much more information and detail in the following weeks. (Note: week 3 will be slim - getting CMC#17 painted ).

 

Thanks for the kudos and look forward to seeing you all at MSR in August. This project is made possible by the owner/founder of BNS Racing. (big thanks to Mike!)

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Excellent write up guys!!! Can't wait to see the cage installation - be sure to take pics.

 

Once my new car is back in Texas, I'll be doing a similar write up as well.

 

Good luck!

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Follow the daily progress to get a Mustang ready for CMC racing at the following website. Then see the car in person at Motorsport Ranch at the NASA event in August!

 

http://www.bns-racing.com/89cmc.htm

 

Site doesn't seem to be working right now.

 

Would like to look at it soon as I need some ideas on getting my car CMC ready.

 

Thanks,

Matt

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We are also trying to set up a team to race mustangs. I'll let you know if I find any sites.

 

Cool thanks!

 

This was me, I just forgot to sign in.. I appreciate it.

 

Thanks,

Matt

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I'll see about getting the user name and password or see if Eric can disable the password function for you guys tomorrow.

 

Stay tuned...

 

Todd

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Now it looks as though they installed a m2300k brake kit on CMC17? is this right?

 

I thought the front brakes could be no larger than 12" or 12" maximum all the way around the car?

 

Please fill me in on this? I have enogh items to complete a SN95 Cobra M2300K style kit but thought the rules only alowed 12" max?

 

Can you make the Cobra (PBR) twin piston calipers fit a 12" front rotor? I thouhgt I saw that some where on the net but was unable to locate what was done to complete that transformation.

 

Maybe some one might know where I can get a set of blank rotors (rear Cobra size) that can be drillerd for 4 lug?

 

What is a good starter cage anyway? I am about to buy a car for CMC and the cage that was started is not in the right place and the seat belts are mounted about a foot to far back in the rear of the car.

 

Thanks.

Matt

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Matt - for a CMC car, 98% of the parts in the M2300 kit are legal, except the 13" rotors. The brackets must be modified, as do the rotors.

 

Check out my response to the question you posed. It should answer the brake questions.

 

A good starter cage is the Autopower one listed on Eric's website. Or, you can have a complete cage built from scratch from a shop that understands the requirements for road racing. Whatever you do, don't go to a shop that specializes in drag racing - most drag shops don't understand the requirements for road racing.

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Eric,

You need to update that website to show the 2004 Texas Championship trophy and maybe a pic of the car as it sits today!

 

Who-ha!!!

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Thanks...I went back to my original post and edited the link to the correct one with proper CAPS.

 

It should work now....did for me.

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Sorry guys, we changed web hosting platforms and that file got renamed to the 89CMC recently which rendered Todd's original link invalid. My fault entirely.

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