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Project Green Bean: 99 Mustang GT Stage 1

At LMR.com we want to bring you Stage 1 on our 1999 Electric Green Mustang GT "Project Green Bean".

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To start out with Stage 1, we decided to tackle all the front end suspension components. This will consist of yanking out the Stock K-member, Control Arms, and Struts.

We also took the time to address our oil pan gasket, clean and degrease the underside of this car to make it look like new again. This was also a great opportunity to rip out the stock headers since the K-member was out of the way.

Thanks To Team Z, Strange Engineering, and Flowmaster, we were able to drop a ton of weight with Team Z's Tubular K-Member and Control Arms. We also shed some weight by using Strange's Front Struts paired with Team Z's Coil Overs. To top it off a flashy set of Flowmaster ceramic coated shorties with one and five eighth inch primaries went in their place.

That is just of it for Stage 1 on Project Green Bean. Be sure to check LMR.com for the latest videos featuring Project Green Bean and follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on this project!
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1994-2004 Mustang GT Project Green Bean (Stage 1)

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Published on 2016-03-24
Stage one consisted primarily of front suspension components from Team Z and Strange Engineering. The factory K-member was yanked out and in its place, went the Team Z tubular k-member. The fit and finish was spot on and no modifications were needed.

Since the K-member was out of the way, we pulled the oil pan and replaced the worn out gasket. Lots of degreasing and cleaning was done. Also we tackled putting on Strange Engineering struts with Team Z coil overs which fit flawlessly.

Also, while the K-member was out we did address the stock headers. Those we were ripped off and a flashy set of Flowmaster ceramic coated shorties with one and five eighth inch primaries went in their place.

Hit that subscribe button so you don’t miss out on stage 2 and all of the product break downs once the build is complete. Until next time, keep it right here with LMR.com!

Mustang Fitment:1994 (94), 1995 (95), 1996 (96), 1997 (97), 1998 (98), 1999 (99) - 2000 (00) - 2001 (01) - 2002 (02) - 2003 (03) - 2004 (04), 4.6L, 5.4L, Coyote 5.0L
Transcript
Hey, what’s up everybody? Landan here with LMR.com, and I’m back to bring you the summary on stage one of Project Green Bean. You definitely don’t want to miss this one, so let’s check it out.

First and foremost, if for some reason you missed the introduction, click the link in the description to get that video under your belt so you know our motive for Project Green Bean.

Stage one consisted primarily of front suspension components from Team Z and Strange Engineering. The factory K-member was yanked out and in its place, went the Team Z tubular k-member. The fit and finish was spot on and no modifications were needed.

We did pull the alternator, and supported the engine by a 4x4 and chains secured to the engine block where the lower alternator hardware was. We didn’t have access to an engine support bar, so some good ole home grown engineering came in handy with our 4x4.

Since we already had the K-member out of the way, we took this time to pull the oil pan and replace all the worn out gasket for a piece of mind. A lot of cleaning and degreasing was done to get the underside of this car looking fresh and new again.

Also, while the K-member was out we did address the stock headers. Those we were ripped off and a flashy set of Flowmaster ceramic coated shorties with one and five eighth inch primaries went in their place.

Other than that we did tackle a few other things, like removing the power steering pump and power rack to prepare for the next steps which will all be covered in the later installments of Project Green Bean.

Well guys, for the most part, that is the cliff notes covering stage 1 on Project Green Bean. Of course you’ll want to hit that subscribe button so you don’t miss out on stage 2 and all of the product break downs once the build is complete. Until next time fellas, keep it right here with LMR.com!