The Unicorn

White95

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The Unicorn
My Autocross and HPDE toy!

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2017 F150 5.0 (Gen 2)

Dyno tuned for E85 by Real Tuners

JE pistons (12.5:1 compression)
2018 Mustang GT intake (AFS ported)
Motion Raceworks 92MM TB
Motion Raceworks throttle cable
L&M intake camshafts
Gen 2 Mustang exhaust camshafts
ARP cam tower bolts
ARP cam phaser bolts
ARP harmonic balancer bolt
MMR tensioner chain flip bracket
Mustang timing cover
PBH AC compressor bracket
IW harmonic balancer
S550 200A alternator
MMR rear coolant crossover
Boundary Billet oil pump gears
Boundary Billet crank gear
MMR piston cooling jet delete

Holley HP EFI standalone
Holley TiVCT controller
C6 PWM fan controller
Sloppy Mechanics flex fuel harness


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Aeromotive AFPR
QFS 340 pump in Pro-M hanger
6AN feed/return PTFE stainless braided fuel lines
Summit 10 micron filter
47# injectors
Continental Flex fuel sensor
Powerhouse Racing billet ethanol content sensor fitting…adapter?


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BBK 1 3/4" long tube headers
BBK X-pipe 3”
Magnaflow Magnapack dumps 3”


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T56 Magnum (wide ratio)
Tremec shifter/Steeda Tri-Ax handle
QuickTime bellhousing
Exedy Twin Disc clutch
Stiffler's T56 crossmember
Driveshaft Shop aluminum shaft

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Eaton Truetrac differential
Yukon 31 spline axles
Strange C-Clip eliminators
4.10 gears
LPW Ultimate differential cover

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MM tubular K member
Kenny Brown adj. front sway bar
MM sway bar relocation
MM sway bar bushings
MM forward offset control arms
MM caster/camber plates
MM MM3 struts (race)
MM RA2 shocks (sport)
MM coil overs (425/325)
MM subframe connectors
MM road race control arms
MM adj. rear sway bar
MM panhard bar
MM heavy duty torque arm
MM Race shock mounts
MM four point roll bar




18x11 Enkei RS05RR
315/30r18 Falken RT660
Brembo 44/40 calipers
Hawk HP+ front pads
14” GT500 rotors
Powerstop Taurus rear calipers
Stock rear pads
Stiffler’s stainless brake hoses
Fine Lines stainless brake lines
ABS delete block

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1998 GT Dash
Mach 1 door panels
99-04 Console
Momo Corse steering wheel
NRG short hub
NRG gen 2 quick release
Corbeau Forza Sport drivers seat
Crow Safety 5 point harness
Black 2005 GT passenger seat
billet head light knob
rear seat delete
Holley 7" digital dash
Holley LED shift light
Holley GPS
Steinmann Performance cluster
dual gauge panel with dual USB connections for Holley ECU/Dash
Autometer Cobalt fuel gauge
Innovate DLG-1 wideband gauge


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Race Louvers heat extractors
Aerocatch latches
vertical, export tail lights
LED retrofitted headlights
LED third brake light
Carbon fiber wiper cowl
Cobra front bumper
Carbon Fiber T1 wing
Flared Carbon fiber fenders
White vinyl strip on windshield

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Misc

Volvo power steering pump
EPS pump speed controller
Converted to hydroboost
6AN power steering hoses
Champion 3 core radiator
Aluminum overflow bottle
Motion Raceworks catch can
Forgestar F14’s 18x9/18x10 (street duty)
275/35r18 Atlas UHP (they suck)

Parts pending installation:

Front brake cooling setup
MMR/MM oil filter relocation
Power steering cooler
Griggs Racing based SLA


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Thanks for reading, there is much more to come - Josef
 
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White95

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My friend, Christian, in a neighboring SCCA region offered to trade me his like new, 315/30r18 Falken RT660’s in return for my few year old BFG Rival 1.5s plus a little cash. He’d used them for a few autocross runs before parking the car to LS swap it. :rolleyes: Life kept pushing the project further back and he didn’t want them to go to waste.

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So, I put my other hot rod to work and drove the 145 miles to retrieve them.

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A little elbow grease to clean them up and they’re ready for war.

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LS WUT

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Can’t wait to get myself a 94-98 GT, or Cobra. Ideally I’d like to get a 94/95 cobra because I love them.

Bad ass car man, enjoyed following it.
 

White95

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Can’t wait to get myself a 94-98 GT, or Cobra. Ideally I’d like to get a 94/95 cobra because I love them.

Bad ass car man, enjoyed following it.

I support this. They have some gorgeous lines and are easy to develop into sexy rides with minimal updating.

Thanks brother! Much more to come if I stop messing with my work truck, ha!
 

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I support this. They have some gorgeous lines and are easy to develop into sexy rides with minimal updating.

Thanks brother! Much more to come if I stop messing with my work truck, ha!
I’ve got the opportunity to buy my brother in laws 1998 Laser Red. However I don’t have the space, or time to tinker with it. I’ve got to many projects as is and trying to get around better. I will for sure have one, they’re my favorite for sure! Looking forward to the progress man!
 

White95

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One way or another, I’ve been at work and have greatly neglected my SN95. Both of my Mustangs have been on the back burner to be honest. I’ve spent my free time chasing quicker times in my truck. Anyway, the SN has always been parked under the carport. Note the cloudy passenger headlight. More on this in bit.

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Despite that, I’ve slowly made a few change and acquiring some key components to further my goals. I found some time to remove the KRC power steering setup and it was sold. Switched back to a Volvo EPS but with a pump speed controller this time. The knob is situated in the shifter bezel.

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After a few rounds of trimming things back, I’ve decided to remove the splitter for now. It looks cool but didn’t play well with my tires. It looks much sleeker now and if it’s to return, I’ll build a new one to the car.

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Dialed in more negative camber and had the toe set back to 0.0”. This will be a good start for this season.

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Another change was to swap back to the stock hood for a while.

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A few months in the elements caused the glue/seal on one of my headlights to fail and I sent them back to the vendor to be resealed.

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So, I suppose you could say it’s back to “sleeper mode”. We all know who the real sleeper is in this picture. :sneaky:

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Aside from those few changes, I’m on the cusp of building a side exhaust. I’ve also bought the Griggs Racing control arms needed for the SLA. Once they deliver, I’ll be able to measure for shocks and get them ordered. I know this will transform the way it handles immediately and I can’t wait.

Stay tuned ;)
 

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Another small project coming to fruition is a front caliper “restoration” to replace the current set. I have the old “Fiveology Racing” setup that uses third generation Viper calipers. They have to be prepped for use and now I just need to order fresh seals/pistons to reassemble.

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