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Strange Engineering's Mustang Mods Put to the Test
Special Video and 3D Presentation Details the Before/After Process
Strange Engineering is no stranger to tuning Mustangs, and this special video presentation highlights Strange's new, 9-inch Street Floater rearend housing, shocks, struts and Wilwood brake package for 2011-2013 Mustangs.
After baseline driving tests (performed by editor Nick Licata) on the slalom, high-speed braking, skid pad and autocross test facility, representatives from Strange and Wilwood headed to our corporate Tech Center in El Segundo, California, to provide details on the components that make up the new system (HD Aluminum Case, S-Trac Differential, 10-Way Adjustable Shocks and Struts, Floater Kit and Brakes), and install the parts on a 2012 Mustang GT test vehicle.
In addition to insights from the professionals on how the upgrades will improve a 'Stang's handling and braking performance, our coverage also features cool animation that gives viewers a 3D graphic breakdown of the rearend's makeup, and a more-detailed understanding of the way they improve today's Mustangs.
After the installation, the crew returned to the track for additional video coverage, which highlights the upgraded Pony's follow-up tests, and comments from Nick on the "before-and-after" differences he experienced from the driver's seat. Press play to see the Strange gear in action.