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Kenny Brown to be Guest Speaker at 2011 Saleen Club of America National Event Madison, IN

Kenny Brown to be Guest Speaker at 2011 Saleen Club of America National Event in Madison, IN on August 6, 2011
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Kenny Brown Will Celebrate 25 years of Best-in-Class Performance With Two Day Driving Event at Putnam Park Road Course

With 25 years of building trend-setting street, track and race performance Ford vehicles, Kenny Brown is celebrating the way any racer would: at a race track.
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A day at the track with my friend George

I have a saying - "A Bad Day at the Track is better than a Good Day at the Office!"  That makes a good day at the track absolutely PRICELESS.  Well I had one of those priceless days at the track recently at Putnam Park.  Over the winter one of my customers George decided to step up the performance of his 2001 Kenny Brown Cobra.  George does quite a few track days and wanted to be able to run with the really fast guys.  So he added a Vortech Supercharger and had the engine upgraded.  More power is great but unless the rest of the car is
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Mecum Auction Day 2 - Wednesday, May 18, 2011

The Mecum auction is now in full swing, and the Kenny Brown CSR-69 concept Mustang is now positioned among the other 2,000 auction vehicles. The expansive buildings that surround the Pepsi Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds are certainly a glorious place to be right now! 
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Kenny Brown CSR-69 SEMA Mustang Concept car to be Auctioned at Mecum Spring Classic Collector Car Auction in Indianapolis, May 20, 2011

In every car guy's life there comes a time, when it's time. Time to render the care and custody of a beloved stallion to another equally enthusiastic, and passionate car guy.  One who shares the same love for a beautiful and unique performance car, as I do. That time has come for my beloved Kenny Brown CSR-69 Concept Mustang, which I built for the 2005 SEMA trade show.  This has been a great horse and its stunning retro styling has proven to be an absolute people and camera magnet wherever it appears - not to mention is a fantastic car to drive.
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First "pilot" run of Kenny Brown Performance Parts ready to go!

Hot off the press - Not exactly, but it is fresh out of manufacturing, the first official pilot production run of Kenny Brown Super Subs rolls out of the Heidts facility in Wauconda, IL.  It's very symbolic given the occasion, for the first pilot production run of Kenny Brown products to be the Double-Cross Subframe Connectors.
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Kenny Tests: The H&R RSS Coil Over Suspension Kit for S-197 Mustang (‘05+)

The H&R RSS Mustang Coil Over Suspension Kit - First Class Stuff! A good spring and shock package is critical to maximize performance, handling and grip. The trick is to come up with enough spring rate to support the chassis and enough shock rate to control motion – all without being so firm that the car skips across the bumps or bounces your fillings out.
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“Ask Kenny” A New Tech Series from Kenny Brown

We are receiving literally hundreds of tech questions via email. It is getting extremely difficult for us to answer each one. So we are grouping similar tech questions into categories so Kenny can give you his thoughts on the subject then post them for all to read. So send your tech questions to info@kennybrown.com and remember to sign up for the Kenny Brown newsletter to get all the latest new products and information from Kenny Brown.
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Ask Kenny – Brake Ducts

I see you have some new products! I've been looking for a good brake duct kit and have a few questions on yours. The photo on the web site only shows the plate that attaches to the spindle. Are hoses and some kind of brackets for mounting the inlet end of the hose included in the kit too? If not, what size hose is needed? One brake engineer told me it's not the greatest idea to completely close off the eye of the rotor unless there's at least a 4inch hose supplying air.
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Kenny Talks Tech: Cobra IRS Rear Steer Kit for ’99 – ’04 Cobras

Why a Rear Steer Kit for ’99 – ’04 Mustang Cobras? Simple. To help correct rear steering geometry issues in lowered Cobras. This all started in October of ’99 when I was fortunate enough to be invited to Road Atlanta by Ford Racing for the media preview and test drive of the Ford Racing FR500 Mustang prior to its unveiling at SEMA.