Mustang Ford Racing Boss 302 Intake Manifold Installation 2011-2014
http://www.cjponyparts.com/ford-racing-intake-manifold-boss-302r-gt-2011-20 13/p/M9424M50BR/ Give your 2011-2014 GT some racing-inspired performance with the Boss 302R intake manifold from Ford Racing! This intake manifold is made from a light-weight composite material, and features high-quality fitment and shorter runners, which offer your Mustang optimum flow at higher RPMs. Bill demonstrates how to install this new intake manifold in our 2013 "Gotta Have It Street" Mustang, including the installation kit. The Ford Boss 302 intake manifold kit includes the fuel vapor hose, fuel lines, and intake bracket, as well as the hardware necessary. The first step in installation is to remove the original intake manifold, JLT cold air kit, and fuel rails, following Bill's tips and instructions. Then, prep the new Boss 302 intake and secure it in your engine bay. Make sure to torque the screws on the intake in the proper sequence demonstrated in the video! Reconnect everything, extend the wiring harness for the purge valve, and replace the covers. Lastly, Bill installs the new strut tower brace and our installation is complete, taking between 3-4 hours. Ford Boss 302 Intake Manifold Install Kit 5.0 2011-2012: http://www.cjponyparts.com/ford-boss-302-intake-manifold-install-kit-5-0-20 11-2012/p/IMK3/
Fast Automotive 2013 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Boss 302 Pushing 500HP
This was the first time we got a hold of the new 2013 Mustang GT 5.0. The car came in extra tame code name SS and we let the beast out a little bit with a very nice performance package including intake manifold , cold air kit, stainless steel headers, and cat back Exhaust with tips. The car came in S.S (Super Stock) and It left like a BOSS! Check us out at www.fastautomotive.net Like us on Facebook for updates on the weekly Car Meet Nights here in Houston. www.Facebook.com/FastAutomotiveHouston
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! Boss Mods: - 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 GT Mods: - 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 AmericanMuscle.com!
The baddest exhaust ever made for a 2011 Mustang 5.0L Coyote
Made all of it myself. 0.035" thick 321 stainless. Stepped 1 5/8" 1 3/4" 1 7/8". Tri-Y with slip fit merge collectors. 3" Exhaust with Thrush continuous roving glass pack resonators and FRT touring mufflers.