I had an interesting experience in the grocery store the other day that proved to be a lesson in vehicle dynamics. There was a sale on bottled water and when I arrived in the water aisle I discovered the cases were bonus cases, 28 bottles rather than 24. My lucky day.
Kenny Brown, noted performance car tuner has released renderings of his 2015 Mustang GT3 Concept for road, track days or race. Kenny’s GT3 Mustang Concept is a breathtakingly bold, no-holds barred, visceral vision of the future that embraces all that is expected of a Kenny Brown Mustang.
SPEED SECRET: NEW PRODUCT
KB/Eibach Street-Sport Spring and Shock Package For 2005–2014 Mustang, Shelby GT500 and Boss 302
After several meetings reviewing the shock dyno information I have collected over the years and what I like to see for my preferred spring rates and shock valving, Eibach thought it made sense and we developed a custom set for me to test. I’m happy to report that I liked them. In fact, I liked them a lot and it's just what I was looking for in a street high-performance set-up. So… We are happy to announce the new Kenny Brown Street-Sport Spring and Shock Package for 2005–2014 Mustang, Shelby GT500 and Boss 302.
Q: I am trying to reach Mr. Brown to clear up a few things, I am in the Saleen Club of America and we are currently having a debate about Mr. Brown's time with the Saleen Race team back when they were in the Saleen/Escort Championship. We were discussing your modifications you made to Saleen 1986 19R and 29R during that race season. We were curious about what sort of "tricks" you had incorporated into the suspension geometry/brake system (if any).
November 2013 article written by Jeff Smith of Car Craft Magazine.
Wauconda, IL – Kenny Brown has released his new Bump Steer Tie Rod End Kit designed to fit 2005-2014 Mustang, Boss 302 and Shelby GT500. These new outer tie rod ends are designed to OE specifications and help correct the bump steer issues on lowered high-performance Mustangs.
Feature video produced by Power Automedia for StangTV.com and Kenny Brown Performance Group. This video features the new Kenny Brown GT4-RS Mustang at Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, IL during the 2013 Heidts Performance Car Challenge.
Q: How Do You Blow Away Magazine Editors?
A: Have them drive Ruby, Kenny Brown’s GT4-RS Mustang!
Many of you may know that editors can be a fickle bunch as they can be a little stingy with accolades and praises about the cars and products they test.
Here is a video the SEMA MPMC (Motorsports Part Manufacturer's Council) put together at their annual conference this past January while they were spending some time with Kenny. here Kenny talks about his supension systems and components, along with a little philosphy behind the design and function.
The #1 rule I follow when building the ultimate track car, or warmed-up every day driver for that matter, is there is more speed in the chassis than in the engine and a good handling chassis trumps a big motor every time. Before you start working on the engine or adding lots of power, build your performance foundation first. The foundation consists of four elements - chassis, suspension, wheels, tires and brakes. It doesn't make a lot of sense to me to add a bunch of extra power, when you're not using all the power you currently have.