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2004 Ford Mustang GT Conv. Built 2 Valve (302 Stroker) 1/4 mile Drag Racing timeslip specs 0-60

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1/4 Mile ET: 9.897
1/4 Mile MPH: 135.980
1/8 Mile ET: 6.346
1/8 Mile MPH: 106.760
0-60 Foot ET: 1.410
VBOX 60-130 MPH: 0.000
Standing 1 Mile MPH: 0.000
Temperature F: 82.0
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VBOX 60-130 MPH: 0.000
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Car Make: Ford
Car Model: Mustang
Car Type: GT Conv. Built 2 Valve (302 Stroker)
Car Year: 2004
Driver: Tom Hughes
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Horsepower @ wheels: 719.96
Torque @ wheels: 706.15
Dyno Type: Dynojet Chassis
Dyno Graph: Ford Mustang Dyno Graph Results
Classifieds: Mustang For Sale
Parts: Mustang Parts

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BLACK & LIME TRIM 4CTS HAND RUBBED LAQUER & 3 COATS CLEAR 2004 Ford Mustang GT Conv. Built  2 Valve (302 Stroker)


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thats how ya launch a car.....gj

watched this car friday night in the 1/8 and it is just unreal how fast it is for what it has done to it.

I agree. I ran this car Friday night and I ran a 6.77 in the 1/8th and barely won. He can drive, he got me at the light. I would guess he is 7 secs, or even high 6's. Nice older guy.

(Johnny Unitas)
Nice car! You know how to mod a mod motor! Sorry to hear about the motor going, but Im sure she will be back and faster than ever. Good luck with it and have fun!

(Mike Farrell)
Glad to hear your motor work is all done! Saw it at Strictly a few times getting worked on. I hope this new setup works out perfectly!

Hi Tom, from the looks of things it seems you do all your own auto work. You have done an awsome job on your stang. If possible I was wondering if you could answer a question for me. I own a 2004 mustang cobra and everyone seems to have a different opinion on whether or not I am able to fit 10.5 rims on the rear wheels without having to do any modifications. Do you know the answer to this?

To clear things up concerning the previous comment. I wish I could do my own work, but it ant gonna happen. I don't know near enough to even attempt to work on my car except basic stuff. It is all done by Strictlly Perf. here in Houston. Tx.

(George Pepper)
Very nice. Are you lifting at the end of the 1/4 because of the gears?

Your car is very quick and you are building really good power for your set up. Congrats. I am interested in the vehicle weight though. I'm sure its more than 3lbs : )

Engine: Built 2 Valve(302 Stroker)
Supercharger: VORTECH V2-T-TRIM Anderson PWR PIPE
Boost Control: No
Boost Pressure (psi): 18 to 20 psi
Nitrous Kit/System: Cold Fushion, with Purge (WIDE OPEN THROTTLE SW.)
Nitrous Shot: 100 HP SHOT
Pistons (rotors): JE forged
Rings (seals): forged valves,springs,seals,retainers & guides
Heads: Ported & Polished
Connecting Rods: Manley HB
Camshaft: CROWER Stage II Blowercams
Throttle Body: Accufab TB & plenum SCT BA 3000 MAF
Intake & Air Filter: STOCK
Headers / Downpipe: BBK SHORT TUBE


Exhaust: BASSANI 2.75 INCH
Carburetor: N/A

Computer ECU Chip Upgrade: SCT tuned on Dynojet chassis dyno
Spark Plugs: NGK
Fuel Injectors: 63 lb.Injectors
Fuel Pump: 2 GT 500 Pumps & KB BAP
Gas: C-116 NOS or 110 MTR. no NOS
Pulley: 8 RIB CONV & complete Pulley change.
Transmission: LENTECH MAN.VAL. BODY 4R75W with trans brake & RA
Clutch/Torq Conv: 4300 RPM PI Stallion with lockup
Differential: Eaton 31 Spline Strange axles
Radiator: aluminum
Flywheel: 8 Bolt Billet Steel
Shifter: B&M PRO STICK
Gears: 4.10 with Aluminum driveshaft & Safety loop
Suspension: Custom welded Subframes, lake wood lwr. control arms. struts 90/10 front, 50/50 rear
Wheels: Weld Pro Star XP's 15 inch
Brake Rotors/Pads: STOCK
Tires Mickey Thompson 28/10.5/15S ET DRAG
Weight with driver (lbs): 3156
Track: Houston Raceway Park, TX, USA
 Record Modified: April 12th, 2013

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This motor is all new and built by HOUSTON ENGINE & BALLANCE Set up by PSI Performance. This is a far stronger Motor than anything I have had in the past.
Also improved NOS system & Tune. I NOW HAVE NEW TIMES, AND BASICALLY STILL RUNS THE SAME AS BEFORE. just a better motor.

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