2011 Mustang GT to GT500 Black Mamba Conversion.mp4
Want to convert your 2010 2011 Ford Mustang V6 GT Front End to the GT500
Front End? We have taken the guess work out of what you need. We have work
hard and have contacted customers, dealerships, and other body shops and
looked at the parts needed to provide you just what you need. Some
dealerships charge up to $4,400 for this kit. However, we offer our Black
Mamba Hood with the GT500 Front End Conversion for much less.
Kit includes GT500 Black Mamba Fiberglass Hood, GT500 Front Fascia,
Upper/Lower GT500 Grille, GT500 Isolator, GT500 Front Splitter, Brackets,
Bolts, Screws, Fastener, and Fog Lights. Step by Step installation
instructions are included and were provided by Ron Kaiser.
PICTURED IS A 2011 FORD GT 5.0 CONVERTED TO GT500 FRONT FASCIA WITH BLACK
MAMBA FIBERGLASS HOOD.
2011 Mustang V6 3.7L BBK Long Tube Headers and Off Road X-Pipe
Just installed the BBK Long Tube Headers and BBK Off Road X-Pipe. These are
the mods that I had before the install: C&L Cold Air Intake, Bama 93 Custom
Tune, Roush Axle Back Exhaust. The
install is very easy however the only issue I came across was the fact that
BBK sent me the wrong O2 Sensor Extensions. They told me that no one makes
them yet and I also found in the forums people that were complaining about
the same thing. The fix they suggested was to solder an extension that is
exactly what I did and it worked perfectly. This setup is EXTREMELY loud
and I think the Roush has alot to do with it. It was already a little drony
at 3000RPM before the LTs and now its even more. I am going to get a Dyno with this setup and
then im going to slap on the stock Exhaust to see how it sounds. I will post videos
for those 2 things for sure. I also just received the Bama Custom Tune that
took the long tube headers into account and WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Highly
recommend BBK and OR X-Pipe with the Bama Tune by American Muscle...
2012 Ford Mustang GT Kooks Headers
Sound clip of a 2012 Mustang GT before & after the
installation of Kooks Custom Headers: 1 7/8" Mid-Length headers, O/R
X-Pipes, and full catback (all from Kooks). All installed at Lamotta
5.0 with Boss Side Exhaust
2011 5.0 w Boss H-pipe / Side Exits (restrictor plates removed) &
Flowmaster 40 series axle backs.
Filmed by Foo.
2012 Mustang 5.0
This is my 2012 Mustang GT
6 Speed. Mods so far include.... D2 Coil Overs, adjustable panhard and
trailing arms, 20" Staggered Shelby Wheels, GT500 Spoiler, Shelby Super
Snake Quarter Window Scoops, smoked tails, and side marker lights, Saleen
Grill, Boss 302 Front fascia with splitter, Roush rocker panel splitters,
flat black billet 5.0 emblems, custom single chamber flowmaster Exhaust, Steeda cold air intake and Tune, 12000k
HID, 9mm bullet door lock pins. Tried to do a quick burn out but got a
better bit on that concrete then I was expecting lol
2013 Boss 302 Borla ATAK Exhaust
Here is my before and after comparison of the stock 2013 Boss 302 Exhaust, with side pipe restrictor plates
removed, and then with my new Borla ATAK Axleback Exhaust and the side pipe restrictors still
removed. I had just put these on and have not yet centered the tips, which
is why they look misaligned.
2011 Mustang GT Borla Exhaust
This Mustang GT uses Borla
S-Type Catback Exhaust.
Sorry. Recorded at a parking lot, there was not enough road to accelerate
as it should be.
Thanks to BMC Extreme Customs (creators of the Black Mamba Hood)
This Stang is a 2011 5.0 manual V8 (don´t get confused with the different
emblems my car has) and I got inspired mostly on the 2010 Shelby GT 500
Thanks for watching and for all the major positive comments.
New Video http://youtu.be/Eg-bSpfpKlQ
2011 Mustang GT Ghost Cam.MOV
My 2011 Kona Blue Mustang
GT with my just installed John Lund 93 Octane Ghost Cam Tune. Mods to this
car include JLT CAI, JPC LT Headers, Off-Road X-Pipe and Mufflers, 410
gears, etc, etc. TURN IT UP LOUD!
2011 Mustang GT 5.0 with MBRP "Race Series" Exhaust and Headers
. Tuned headers, Off-Road H-Pipe* and Cat Back Dual Rear system
. Available in stainless or aluminized steel
. Installs with common hand tools
. Power gain through the entire RPM range
. Boosts torque by 28 ft/lb and horsepower by 44HP
Turn your Mustang GT 5.0
into a track ready racing machine with a simple
installation of MBRP headers, off-road H-pipe and cat back dual rear Exhaust
system. Carefully tuned to deliver the ultimate in performance, you can
expect an awesome torque gain of 28 ft/lb and horsepower of 44HP over
This is what performance is all about. The last thing that the competition
will see of your Mustang
will be the MBRP logos on your mirror polished
*Federal law restricts the use of Off-Road H-Pipe to competition use only.
2012 Boss 302 vs. 2011 Mustang GT Drag Race - AmericanMuscle.com
Check out the 1/4 mile showdown, between Brick "The Racer" from
AmericanMuscle.com in our 2012 Boss 302 Mustang and Mike Wilson "The Tuner"
from Bama Performance in our 2011 Mustang GT. This rivalry started a
few months back and after tons of trash talking, we had to settle it the
AmericanMuscle way at Cecil County Dragway in Rising Sun, MD!
- JLT Cold Air Intake
- Bama 93 Race Tune
- Kooks 1 3/4" Long Tube Headers
- Kooks High Flow Catted X-Pipe
- Magnaflow Cat-Back System
- Barton Short Throw Shifter
- Nitto NT05R Rear Tires
- JLT Cold Air Intake
- Bama 93 Race Tune
- Boss Intake Manifold
- Stock Auto Trans.
- Off-Road X-Pipe
- Nitto NT555R Rear Tires
Congratulations to Brick for great driving. Since filming, Mike Wilson
threw down consistent 12.0-12.1 passes in the 2011 GT. He's ready for
Brick, any time, any place! A Round 2 drag race could happen soon!
The reason we chose the 2012 Boss and 2011 GT were because you guys
commented and wanted to see it happen! Make sure to comment and let us
know any other videos you'd like to see from the Mustang Experts at
Stage 3: 2012 Mustang GT Project Blackout by AmericanMuscle.com
For Stage 3 of the AmericanMuscle.com 2012 Mustang GT Project Car build, we
wanted to get Project Blackout's acceleration and handling on-par with the
Ultimate Street Car title that we've put forth. We decided it was time to
kick it up a notch on this car a little and drop in some more mods to get
this thing to handle on rails and jump off the line! We're getting this car
ready for SERIOUS horsepower!
To tighten up the chassis and help us get out of the hole faster, we installed:
Eibach Pro System Plus Suspension Kit
J&M Adjustable Panhard Rod
J&M Rear Lower Control Arms
JPC Adjustable Upper Control Arm
Ford Racing 4.10 Gears
Eaton Limited Slip Differential
4" Aluminum One-Piece Driveshaft
Not only did we want this car to be able to rip through corners, get off of
the line quickly without wheel hop and reduce nose-dive during braking, we
wanted to finalize the look of this monster Mustang that we're building. We
RTR Rear Diffuser with 3pc Splitter
RTR Aluminum Rear Spoiler
Roush Side Rocker Panel Splitters
AmericanMuscle Pre-Painted Side Scoops
AmericanMuscle Pre-Painted Quarter Window Louvers
Trufiber 3" Cowl Hood
Now that we were looking good, we headed back to Cecil County Dragway and
clicked off a 12.17 pass with our new mods! That's about 2 10th's of a
Project Blackout is looking pretty good, but stay tuned for Stage 4 of our
build where we go CRAZY! What do you think should be our next mods? Comment
below and tell us what you think!