MMI Addresses Caster in your 1st Gen Mustang

When we designed our MOD1 coilover kit, increased caster was part of our design criteria.  To start with we need to understand what the customer goes through to understand how caster comes into play in their car, what happens, and how to remedy the situation. This normally starts with who did the alignment and what settings they aligned the car to. The response is generally answered by Uhh.. the local shop?
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How to Choose a Brake Kit

Mike Maier helps you chose a Mustang brake kit. When planning for upgrades on your first gen Mustang and you are a working man that has to budget out your steps finances usually tend to dictate our direction more than we want. This subject comes up a lot with our customers and brakes. We often get people asking about off brand systems that check the box of disc brakes. Customers feel the need to buy rear disc brake kits when buying their front brakes all the while stretching their pocketbooks a little thin in the excitement of the moment.
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Evolution: Mike Maier Inc Meets Circuit of the Americas

Mike Maier Inc Meets Circuit of the Americas As we arrived at the track, the first order of business was to unload the cars, do the final registration and prep for the day. The order of events for us was the autocross, speed stop, design and engineering review and to round out the day we  went on the road rally. All of this had to be done in 100+ degree heat and a ton of humidity.
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Evolution: Old Blue Goes Eastbound and Down

Now that Old Blue has started to take shape thoughts started to turn towards wrapping up the car. Small odds and ends needed to be attended to. We have been having oil temperature challenges as well as final wiring odds and ends. The car now had to be completed by Thursday to be able to get down to the Falken hauler in Fontana, Ca.
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Evolution: Mike Maier’s Old Blue Becomes One Again

The decision has been made. Mike Maier’s Old blue is getting lower, wider and new wiring. We will need new front control arms and spindles. The back will need a little more, the plan is to keep the guts of the MOD2 , but just raise it up in the car to keep all the geometry. This is super easy when your talking with your buddies, But somehow every time when the tools come out only one or two guys are left ready to work. Well that’s better than none.
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Project Evolution: Stage 2

As per the intro on the last write up we had touched on keeping up with the times. Ol’ Blue has gone through its evolution’s and we had come to a cross roads. Do we lay over and leave the car or do we continue with the thoughts that made the car what it is now? Over much deliberation the decision was clear; Continuing is the only way to go!
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