Boss 429 (music deleted)
Boss 429 KK2062 re-posted without the music this time. 27,500 original
miles, numbers matching, probably the first '70 regular production Boss '9.
820T "left over" '69 motor. Rust free all original sheet metal restored
353 cubic inch "Bogus" Boss 302 on dyno
This 353 c.i. bogus Boss 302 street engine 9.2 to 1 - and makes 467+ HP @
6500 RPM and 406+ ft.lbs. of Tq @ 5500 RPM - on premium 92 octane pump gas.
Engine was tested to 7,500 RPM
Ford 427 SOHC Cammer on dyno - 614 horsepower at 6500RPM
Original S.O.H.C. Cammer, built by Survival Motorsports, on the engine Dyno. This was with a
428 crank, Lemans rods, unported iron heads, a factory dual plane 2x4
intake and car, and LSM reproduction stock cams. Compression was dropped
to 10.8:1 for pump gas, but tests were run with turbo Blue 110 for safety's sake. Sorry about the
Peak power was 614 at 6500RPM, peak torque was 554 at 5200RPM.
I was videoing my car and this is what happened. My wife asked me not to
e-mail this video to anyone, so I put it on youtube instead
132700 / 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/cetjhjg
Fresh from a complete frame-off restoration and packing a properly rebuilt
and restored 429 V8, this '69 Boss 429 gives you the best of both worlds:
owning a rare, investment grade muscle car at a price that allows you to
drive it a bit and enjoy it!
In March of 2003, after almost 35 years of accident free driving and
excellent maintenance this killer Mustang was purchased by a new owner
and subjected to a highly detailed frame off restoration. During that cars
restoration, all of its original panels were stripped to bare metal and
thoroughly worked to ensure a super smooth surface with laser straight
lines. Once the body was fully prepped and displayed excellent fit and
finish, a correct coat of Candyapple Red basecoat/clearcoat was expertly
applied from tip to tail, and buffed to the fantastic shine you see here.
Completed in early 2011, and with only 19 miles of road time since being
rolled out of the paint booth, Boss 429 #1541 is an amazing piece of Mustang legend.
Lift the glossy red hood and you'll find a correct 429 cubic inch warranty
replacement V8 that's been completely rebuilt, bored .030 over and produces
somewhere north of 500 horsepower. At the top of
the engine bay, the cars original widened shock tower brace hovers over a
correct blue air cleaner which feeds a correct Holley C9AZ-9510-S 4-barrel
carburetor. Below that carburetor, original (to the block) heads hold new
stainless valves and springs below polished Boss 429 valve covers and
chrome Ford Racing breather caps. Below those heads, a NOS Boss T crank
spins balanced billet Crower rods and forged Ross Racing stock compression
pistons; and a .580 lift cam pushes traditional solid lifters. Fire is
provided by a correct Autolite coil which sends fire to an Accel points
distributor and Moroso Ultra Race wires. And cooling is provided by the
cars original oil cooler and radiator which is complete with fresh Autolite
hoses and correct tower clamps.
Behind the big 429, the cars original close ratio Top Loader 4-speed is
still hooked to its original flywheel and bell housing. At the back of that
transmission, an original driveshaft spins an original Ford 9 inch
Traction-Lok rear end that is complete with asphalt shredding 3.90 gears
and an original metal maintenance tag. At the front of the car, a rebuilt
double A-arm coil spring suspension holds a rebuilt factory optioned power
steering system between aftermarket spindles which hang SSBC vented rotors
and SSBC calipers. At the back of the car, a rebuilt leaf spring suspension
holds correct drum brakes at the edges of a factory equipped rear sway bar
and a new stainless fuel tank. And in the middle of the car, subframe
connectors seamlessly parallel a factory replacement Exhaust system that's complete with an H-pipe,
correct resonators and a correct transversely mounted muffler. Power is put
to the pavement by great looking 15 inch chrome Magnum 500 wheels that are
wrapped in fresh 215/60 front and 255/60 rear BF Goodrich Radial T/As.
Take a look inside this Boss 429 and you'll find a completely restored
correct Clarion Knit vinyl interior with hi-back bucket seats, fully
rebuilt gauges and bright re-chromed knobs. The rebuilt and re-covered
black Clarion knit buckets are in spectacular shape both front and back,
and there is no evidence of sun damage or rot on the fresh dual cowl dash
pad. Inside that dash, excellent looking wood applique trims clear gauges,
a functioning passenger's side clock and a correct Philco AM radio; and
below the dash, a full length center console holds a traditional chrome
Hurst shifter in front of a chrome lighter and deep console. At the sides
of the car, sculpted door panels are decorated with more wood trim and
re-chromed knobs, and in front of the driver, the cars original factory
optioned Rim Blow deluxe steering wheel has been restored to perfectly
match the wood trim on the dash and console.
Documented, fully sorted and one of the most sinister Mustangs we've ever had, it drives
and sounds every bit as good as it looks! Call, click or visit
http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!
1969 Boss 429
1969 Boss 429, completely rebuild and in perfect restored condition. Must
Boss 429 Talladega does 250 Miles Per Hour
This Boss 429 Powered 1969 Ford Talladega owned by Rick Stanton hit over
250 MPH on the Chassis Dyno 3/18/10. It did so at 7,432
RPM while making 697.3 Rear Wheel HP at 6,216 RPM and 681.3 LB. FT. TQ. at
4,025 RPM. Hear it roar, watch it jump on the Dyno and see detail photos of
the engine and car. See more on this and other cars at
1965 Dodge Coronet acceleration part 1
This is up to a little over 5000 rpm - roller valvetrain probably has over
6000 in it. Still working on a few bugs, so I haven't really pushed it
Engine is a '77 440 block (+.030) with KB 10.3:1 hyper pistons, Edelbrock
RPM heads, Comp 308R (262 @ .050/.575 lift) solid roller cam, Weiand tunnel
ram with Holley 4160 600 cfm carbs. Summit universal 3" X-pipe to
Magnaflow 11229 mufflers dumped at the axle. Mopar 8 3/4" (489) rear end
with 3.91 suregrip gears. Trans is a 727 built with Hughes parts, turbo Action "Cheetah" reverse manual valvebody,
and ACC Boss Hog 3600 stall converter. Color is a BASF single stage
urethane enamel called "Red."
Camera is a Panasonic DMC-ZS3 - you can watch the video in HD. I
accidentally left the wind filter setting on, so you don't get as good of
sound quality with this one.