Mustang Boss 302 beats Ferrari, R8, M3, Porsche & DBS Test Laguna Seca sport auto Christian Gebhardt
Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca - better braking performance than Porsche 991, faster than Aston Martin DBS, Audi R8, Ferrari California, BMW M3 in Hockenheim. Acceleration, Drifting and fast lap in Hockenheim with sport auto's Christian Gebhardt. More about the muscle car in sport auto 1/2012. www.sportauto-online.de
2012 BOSS 302 vs 2014 Z28 Wow!
Check out my predictions on the new GT350 Mustang at BOSSMustangsOnline.com. http://bossMustangsonline.com/index.php?topic=77 62.0 It was nice to see a new Z/28 on track. I wanted to see if I could stay close to this Z/28 and I stayed close enough. The Camaro Z/28 is an awesome track car. The new GT350R Mustang should make for a good match with it's massive brakes and carbon fiber wheels. 2012 Boss 302 Mods: Suspension - Ford Racing P springs, lower rear control arms and relocation brackets Maximum Motorsports camber plates Engine - stock with TracKey Tires - Nitto 555R II tires in 285/35/18 and 305/35/18 on 9.5" and 10.5" Enkei PF01's Brake pads - Pagid RS29/56 F&R The Z/28 was stock I'm happy to report the Z/28 was not not damaged and he was able to drive it home.
Performance Autosport - 2012 Boss 302 Track Car
Darren brought his '12 Boss to us a while back for his first round of mods after meeting us at the track where our very own '11 Mustang RTR was being run in the NASA American Iron series and being rather competitive. Throughout many conversations with Darren we got together and started making a plan to slowly turn his street/track driven 2012 Boss 302 into an American Iron Extreme racecar. Well the process has begun and we are into Phase 2 which includes more racecar parts, less interior and getting it closer to being competition ready! This video is the process of us testing the clutch (due to driver concerns of it slipping) and also digging deeper into some codes the car keeps throwing regarding cam sensors not doing what they should. The Dyno doesn't lie and a HUGE lack of low end power proved that the cams are in fact not doing their job in the lower RPMs. The engine harness and 9 cam/crank sensors were pulled and will be sent out to be tested and a revised more racecar-friendly version of that same harness will return for the fix and it will be back on the Dyno for final tuning by Performance Autosport in the near future. Follow the build of this car at: http://www.facebook.com/performanceautosport More info on PAS: http://www.performanceautosport.com