What is being installed Setrab Fanpack (P/N FP113M22I) Series 1, 13-Row Oil Cooler (P/N 50-113-7612) Single Spahl Electric fan w/shroud Setrab ProLine Mounting Brackets (P/N 23-1002) Setrab AN06-AN06 Thermal Switch Assembly, 180º (P/N 31-TS180-06) Low Pressure Steel Braided Hoses (P/N 21-SSN06-B) Fittings: Oil Cooler: M22-AN06 Adapter x2 (P/N 22-M22AN06-SE) Hose to oil cooler: "Hot" Side: 90*... Continue Reading →
Why Did I Decide to Install a Power Steering Oil Cooler?
For those that participate in any kind of motorsports, you will come to found out that your true enemy, is heat. This holds very true for the Power Steering systems. The system on our Mustang was not made to handle such stress and when you add wide and sticky tires, it is a recipe for... Continue Reading →
Installing the SN95 Wilwood Brake Kit
After reviewing various brake specs and choices, I decided to go with the caliper that had the greatest piston area and featured a thicker pad, which happens to be the FSL4 Wilwood nickel plated caliper. The purpose of the nickel plated calipers protect from corrosion and wear and it transfers heat out of the caliper body... Continue Reading →
Guide to the Top Brake Fluid by Boiling Points
When choosing a brake fluid, you have to consider its boiling points. There are two, wet and dry. What is the difference? Dry is brand new, fresh, not contaminated fluid. Wet boiling point will be with 3.7% water by volume. Keep in mind that as soon as brake fluid touches oxygen, it will begun to... Continue Reading →
Your Guide to Find Whats Important for You and Your Brakes.
When it comes to brakes, everyone thinks that bigger is better. However, they do not take into consideration the weight and the caliper itself. What setup will be superior, one with a 14" rotor and 6-piston caliper, or one with a 13" rotor and 4-piston caliper? You would think 14" rotor and a 6-piston caliper,... Continue Reading →
Madd Motorsports Design Customer Gallery
Nick's 1997 Ford Mustang Cobra featuring our V1 air dam and V2 rear spoiler. Hano Motorsports featuring the Trufiber 3" cowl hood and Track Spec Motorsports GT500 vents combo that we put together.
Just like many of us, cars have been a large part of Adam Carter's life. At a young age, he was fascinated watching his Father work on cars. As he got older, his father began teaching him a lot of what he knows. Eventually, pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering, with an emphasis in Motorsports... Continue Reading →
Making a Splitter (For the SN95 Mustang)
Many people have asked me "where did you get your splitter?" or I see people post on Facebook asking about splitters. Truth is, for a lot of older cars, they are all custom-made and can be pretty expensive. For one of my splitters, you are probably looking at $400-$450 shipped, without any hardware. You have... Continue Reading →
Making an Air Dam (For the SN95 Mustangs)
If you want to run a splitter, you absolutely need an air dam. There are several options out there to use. You can use the Mach 1 chin spoiler, Boss Shinoda Chin Spoiler, ABC Exclusive air dam, or if you want it to look like The Project, you can order one from me, or you... Continue Reading →
Madd Motorsports’ “The Project”
Build Sheet (Autocross/Road Racing) Engine Cooling: Setrab USA FP920M22I Fanpack (for oil) ProLine 9-Series, 20-row cooler Two low-profile 342cfm sealed-motor Spal fans Sandwich adapter Setrab USA FP113M22I Fanpack (for power steering) ProLine 1-Series 13-row cooler One low-profile 142cfm sealed-motor Spal fan 180*F thermal switch Steel braided hoses and AN fitting conversion for the lower pressure... Continue Reading →