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2011 Mustang V6 vs. 04 Stage 2 sti

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Stage 1 of our 2011 Mustang V6 Project - AmericanMuscle.com
Check out the 1st of our 4 part series where we take this stock 2011 Ford Mustang 3.7L V6 Automatic and turn it into the V6 we guarantee nobody will want to mess with! We'll be building this project car up in 4 Stages of modifications, so follow along... Stage 1 Modifications: • Airaid CAI/Bama Performance Tuner - http://muscle.am/paLpp5 • Pre-Painted Side Scoops - http://muscle.am/qRF7x1 • Pre-Painted Eleanor Louvers - http://muscle.am/qHLJgi • Mustang Magnetic Deck Lid Blackout Panel - http://muscle.am/qLJw3n Ford did a great job with this 2011 V6 Mustang. Not only does the car live up to the 305 horsepower rating, when we tested it out on our in-house Dynojet 224xLC, it responded very well to aftermarket modifications like the Airaid Cold Air Intake and Bama Performance Custom Tunes. We picked up as much as 22HP and 30TQ throughout the curve. Then, we headed to the track to see what the 1/4 mile results were. Stock, we laid down a 14.1 second pass, but with the cold air intake and Bama tunes, we were able to knock off over a half second, bringing our 1/4 mile ET down to 13.6! All of this with the stock 2.73 gear ratio, stock Automatic transmission and stock 17" all-season tires! The car also looked much better than stock after we added a set of our Pre-Painted Eleanor Louvers for the 1/4 windows as well as Side Scoops and Mirror Covers - all in Race Red!





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2011 Mustang V6 Dyno
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2011 Mustang v6 vs. 2012 Mustang v6 1/4mile
Me and my dad running down the 1320. At the time the black car was bone stock, the red car had cai/tune/ab. The black car has since gone low 13's, and the red car is the first in the country into the 12's n/a. This run was the only time we were able to line up, just so happened to be the most HORRIBLE runs for both of us. Still posted it anyways.





2011 Mustang V6 vs. 2010 Mustang GT
This was my first time at the track with this car (4th or 5th pass) and second time I've ever been to a track in general. My 2011 6MT is stock with the upgraded 3.31 rear and a Dyno tune from diablosport. The 2010 Mustang GT 5MT (which you wont be able to see) is all stock with the 19" multispoke wheels and pirelli tires and axle back flowmaster Exhaust. We actually ran against each other 13 times that night but this was my best pass. His best was a 14.14 on the night. The slip for me is.... 60' 2.119 330 5.933 1/8 9.057 mph 77.47 1000 11.716 1/4 13.934 mph 102.00 p.s. that clunk from 1st gear to 2nd is all created by the crappy mic bouncing around versus coming from the car.





2011 V6 Mustang vs. 2011 V6 Challenger
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GM ( Chevrolet or GMC ) 4.3 L V6 Engine Tear Down
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