Paul Riva's 1995 Mustang GT 'vert's NA 331ci combo on the dyno and street
This is a video of my NA 331ci setup on the Dyno and on the street showing its mild manners. The car has run 11.5 at 121mph with this setup and I finally got a chance to see just how much power it was putting down. Previously this combo made 380rwhp/380rwtq with AFR 165 heads, I have since swapped them out for a set of AFR 185 competition heads and probe shaft mount rockers. I knew the car was substantialy stronger, but now I have hard data to back it up. This combo was never intended to be a NA combo as I bought a PTK single turbo kit for the car before I even built this setup. The car was down for 2yrs so I decided to just throw it together NA and run it this way until I had the funds for the fuel system needed for the turbo. Its been so fun and headache free that I've kept it NA for nearly 3 yrs now! I still have a T76 single turbo setup for it, but when I keep getting numbers like this I'm inclinded to keep it NA and avoid the associated issues that are bound to happen when the turbo goes on. I NEVER thought I would see results anywhere near this with an NA stroker, even a NA dedicated one. If I had known that numbers and streetability like this were possible I'd have never bought the turbo and this combo would be a 10.5:1 363 NA mill right now.
1995 Mustang Cobra vs 2008 Corvette Z06 (1/4 Mile) Mustang Cobra with mild
boltons beats Corvette Z06. AAA Speedway in Fontana, CA. December 4,
More Videos of the '95 Cobra
vs CTS-V: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRLOz9IqTB4
vs CTS-V (In Car): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UaCjPSnmxw
1995 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Convertible Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
1995 was the last year of the 5.0 before they started implementing the 4.6
later that year with minor improvements in performance. As I mention in
the video, the 5.0 has quite a unique sound that is different from the 4.6.
I actually insert a comparison engine clip from a 1998 GT. The 5.0s have
an amazing sound, especially with the flowmaster Exhausts this GT is fitted with. In this video
I give a full in depth tour of the 1995 Ford Mustang GT 5.0. I take viewers on a
close look through the interior and exterior of this car while showing
details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the
vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up
and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this
car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
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1995 Ford Mustang GT with Magnaflow Cat-Back Exhaust
The new Magnaflow Exhaust on the '95
GT. Notice: At 10 seconds, if you have the volume set very high, the level
and sound of the Exhaust is right on.
It is that loud. The pause in RPM is due to wheel spin all through 2nd,
and, yes, he did miss 3rd, but it does give a good pop.
676 RWHP Procharged 95 Mustang GT Magazine Cover Car
Modified Mustangs magazine
May 2007 issue cover car. Built by Jim Riskovsky Jr from turbo Connection Racing in May 2005. Car made 676
RWHP with 12 psi Boost on 93 Octane
PUMP gas at that time. Its a 331 inch 9:1 compression stroker motor. This
Dyno run was for video
footage purposes and still laid down 651 RWHP in August 2007. An 8 rib
conversion to decrease belt slippage and an increase in Boost can easily push this combination to 750+
RWHP! Car is for sale with recently freshened engine for 35K. Contact/email
Jim for details.