We installed a customer supplied subframe connector kit on this ’70 Mach 1 to add to the rest of the custom front end suspension that is already equipped on the car. Tightens up the overall feel of the car and eliminates excessive body roll.
We can handle your fabrication needs here at Fast specialties! Tube bending, Inter cooler plumbing, turbo manifolds, exhaust, suspension components, you name it, we can make it a reality!
These Fuel cells were modified to include there own pumps, filter and wiring, making them a stand alone fuel system for a secondary fuel source while running high boost. One cell assembly is shown using dual 255 pump assemblies, while the other uses a larger in line pump for higher flow.
Down pipe fabrication is something we do a lot here at Fast, this one is built for a dsm engine with a 2.5″ v-band outlet flange and a recirculating waste gate.
Here are a few more examples of downpipes built to clear tight obstructions. Our downpipes are Tig welded and back purged.
Pre-turbo fab work means custom turbo manifolds. For a lot of engine a commercial manifold is available, but when a one off or custom solution is needed, we build it. Weather made from schedule 10, 40 ,tube, stainless or steel, we got it covered!
On the cold side of the turbo is the inter cooler, again, when a kit is not available, the custom fabrication begins. This includes air cleaners, compressor housing mods, charge piping, bead rolling and boost bracing.
Mandrel bent exhaust work, don’t fall for muffler shop crush bent exhaust, you spent the money to make the power, don’t leave it choked up under the car stuck in a pipe. While fine for normal cars, crush bent piping can ofter loose 50% of its cross section during a bend. You paid for 3″ piping, this means almost 10″ of cross section, not 5″. Leave the crush bent stuff to the daily driver, not the hotrod.
Other fabrication services include, roll cage work, rock sliders/running boards, suspension fab, brake parts, intake manifolds, and a whole lot more!
So if you need a part, built, modified, fabbed tweaked or desighned from scratch, we got it covered.
An overall stock ’88 GT came in for a few minor upgrades; a one owner car with only 9K original miles! First on the list was subframe connectors; to assist in tightening up the overall feel of the vehicle. Some mild performance mods are planned next; but nothing that would drastically detract from the overall originality of the vehicle.
We have this Tacoma in the shop for a customer complaint of excessive noise. The truck was just recently purchased but had a large aftermarket muffler on it that dumped almost directly under the cab causing drone and bad interior resonance. We are fabricating up a new exhaust system that mimics the factory setup; allowing the exhaust to exit out the right rear of the truck.
Subframe connectors are steel tube reinforcements that are welded to the bottom of the car. They connect the front and rear subframes together. This strengthens the flexible floorpan between the two subframes, and greatly increases the rigidity of the Mustang’s unibody chassis providing a better ride, improved handling, and a longer lifespan for the floor pan as it helps prevent fatigue.