Kenny goes over all the options in his arsenal to help fortify the late-model Mustang chassis. He always starts under the car and moves up from there, just like building the foundation on a house.
Most live-axle cars have a small vent at the top of the tube or housing. This is normally not a big deal, but if you're running hard on the track, you will see some minor overflow at least. In this tech video, Kenny explains how this works and offers some cost-effective solutions in case you are racing the car hard and want to capture the fluid.
Kenny's Triple-Pass Radiator for the Fox Body, SN95, S197, and S550 Mustangs are the absolute best for on-track and road racing applications. In this tech video, he explains how they work and offers a host of tips for keeping the engine cool, while also maintaining proper operating temperatures.
Kenny's raced a lot of live axle Mustangs and there's not much need for cooling given the large axle assembly. Venting and capturing the fluid on the other hand is something you need to think about and it's not as hard as you think. In this tech tip video Kenny shares some simple tips for capturing any fluid and venting.