Kenny's Blog

June 4, 2012

Kenny Brown Launches New AGS 4.0 Mustang Suspension Technical and Installation Video Series

Kenny Brown Performance has just released their new AGS 4.0 Mustang Suspension video series on the Kenny Brown website.  Kenny's new AGS 4.0 Suspension is quickly becoming standard equipment on many championship and race winning 2005-2013 Mustangs campaigning across the country in both amateur and professional racing series.  His road-going version of the system is also gaining considerable popularity with Mustang, GT500, and Boss 302 owners who are looking for the best hardware available for aggressive street driving and ope

May 31, 2012

Paul Brown/Tiger Racing Crew Gets Mustangs Back in Racing Trim For Pirelli World Challenge Doubleheader at Belle Isle in Detroit

Paul Brown/Tiger Racing’s mechanics and other crew members have accomplished a herculean job to prepare two Ford Mustang Boss 302S cars for Justin Bell and Dane Moxlow to drive in the Pirelli World Challenge doubleheader this Saturday and Sunday at the Belle Isle Park temporary street course in Detroit.

May 15, 2012

Paul Brown/Tiger Racing’s Bell and Moxlow Have Rough Trip on Friday At Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca In SCCA Pirelli World Challenge Action

Paul Brown/Tiger Racing drivers Justin Bell and Dane Moxlow escaped injury in two separate accidents Friday during the Cadillac Sports Car Grand Prix SCCA Pirelli World Challenge race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

Bell, of Los Angeles, the GTS points leader going into this race, was running fourth in class and saving his tires for a run to the finish when his No. 50 eBay Motors Ford Mustang Boss 302S crashed on the front stretch of the 2.238-mile, 11-turn road course with 19 laps complete.

May 9, 2012

Justin Bell and the Paul Brown/Tiger Racing #50 Mustang Boss 302S land at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for Friday’s Pirelli World Challenge Race

GTS points leader Justin Bell of Los Angeles will try to post his fourth podium finish in five races in the SCCA Pirelli World Challenge division when Paul Brown/Tiger Racing visits Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Salinas, CA., for the 50-minute race Friday at 3:10 p.m. Eastern time.

May 8, 2012

Slick Trick for Measuring Ride Height


Before changing springs on your Mustang always measure the starting ride height so you have something to compare to when new springs are installed. The easiest and quickest way that I use is measuring from the ground to the bottom lip of the wheel wells through the center of the wheel. If you do this and discover that no two corners on your car are the same, you just found out why adjustable coil-over struts are just so darn handy.

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