An ailing Traction-Lok (as you can see) and a troubled T-5 transmission conspired to prevent us from achieving our maximum e.t. The suspension worked great, though an airbag or antiroll bar should probably be the next modification. Our stock passenger-side strut was locked up and would help prevent the car from rotating too much at launch, but with the new 90/10s, the front end and chassis was free to move, hence the bodyroll. Most important is the fact that the car goes straight down the track now, without sideways-lurching drama during gear changes. It's time to say goodbye to our 5.0L Capri project though, as we will be starting a new four-eyed project. Check back next month for all of the details.