Sleeper! 1965 Ford Mustang Restomod Coupe Cobra Mod Motor powerfull conversion
1965 Ford Mustang Restomod
Coupe with a full DOHC 4.6 liter Cobra engine and 5 speed trans. It
appears to have a full Cobra suspension, braking system and seats as well.
The wheels are the only major visual clue that this coupe with a patina is
more than meets the eye.
From the owner " It's a 64.5 Mustang, rod and customs Mustang II suspension, 96 cobra drive
train, 96 cobra front rear disc brakes, 9 inch rear end with 3.50 gears, 96
cobra front seats, 90 Mustang electric side mirrors, 99 Mustang gt hood scoop, 96 Mustang gt wheels(i added the
hump on center caps because the front one wouldn't stay in place due to the
wheel bearing center caps), MustangSTEVE clutch cable and
Maier Racing Mustang: More grip than a GT3? - /BIG MUSCLE
• Mike Maier
If you've ever driven a bone-stock mid-1960's Ford Mustang, then you know that these
little cars make wonderful cruisers. They possess movie-star good looks and
turn heads everywhere. Drive them hard though and you'll soon realize that
what lies beneath that sheet metal is usually in need of some serious
improvement . Mike Maier of Maier Racing is the owner of this stunning blue
1966 coupe, a car that was supposed to have been bought as a play toy for
him and his wife. However when you grow up in a racing family, leaving
things alone is generally not an option. Little by little the Mustang evolved away from the family
hot-rod and into a test bed for new parts. More importantly than that
though, it's now one of the baddest street 'Stangs on the planet. Most
people will tell you that "Bigger is always better"... one drive in the
Maier Racing '66 coupe however may make you rethink that statement
1965 Mustang Pro Street Over 1100HP
A 1965 Mustang Pro Street
with over 1100 Horse Power....I caught up with this Car at the Pigeon Forge
Rod Run 2013...The owner of this Car bought it when he was17 and has been
Hot Rodding it every since....very cool Car...Check it out!!...Make sure
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1968 Ford Mustang 347 Stroker 400+ hp
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Spraying a Test Panel Part 1
Here is the final pain job after the test panel was complete.
Oh yea... I need more practice! Run in the sealer... base turned out good,
striping in the candy, and runs in the clear... lol I see where I put the
stripe in it. On the last pass of the first coat of candy, I didn't have
enough overlap and I knew it, so I put another pass just above it, and it
stayed in there on the second coat.
1965 Mustang Drag Suspension Install - Calvert, Strange, Mini-tubs
We overview the entire rear suspension build on Project Biting the Bullitt
- building a low 9-second True Street Mustang. We used a Strange 9-inch
rear end, Calvert rear Cal-tracks, split mono-leaf leaf springs, Calvert
drag shocks, Afco front leaf spring mount, and an Autoworks Mini-Tub kit.
Brakes and wheels come from Wilwood and Weld Wheels. Check out this
complete video on how to build an 1965 Mustang rear suspension for Drag
Check out the complete project here:
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Making 280mph Capable Carbon Fiber Wheels - /INSIDE KOENIGSEGG
One of the most disputed topics in the industry: Is it possible to make
high performance carbon fiber wheels? Christian von Koenigsegg explains
that it's not only possible, but his company has been doing it for a few
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My 1966 Mustang finally out of the garage.
Hello once again YouTubers, finally a long overdue update on the
restoration of my 1966 Mustang. It is up and running,
currently doing testing and tuning on the engine-timing, carbureator
adjustments, leak checks-so far so good!
The work is easier done with the hood off, not to mention it is awesome
running around with it off showing the sexy engine compartment :-) Big
items left on the "to-do" list (for this year anyhow) include wheels and
tires, and the Exhaust. There are some
small items left to do as well such as a few exterior emblems, and a fresh
set of traction bars.
For quicker reference on some of the engine and car specifications here is
a UPDATED semi-complete list...
347 "Streetfighter" stroker engine kit consisting of-Cast steel crankshaft,
SRS forged flat top pistons with wrist pins, CNC beam forged 5140 rods,
moly rings, CL77bearings. Next, a Crane cam, (gotta look up specs.)
Cleveland heads, Motorcraft high volume water pump, 7 quart oil pan,
ProComp HV oil pump with ARP pump drivshaft, 4 row radiator, electric
Flex-A-Lite cooling fan, Holley high volume mech. fuel pump at 7-8 lbs.,
ProComp polished "air-gap" medium rise dual plane intake manifold, ProComp
"tall-style" polished valve covers, Holley 650 carb., K&N air filter
assembly, MSD 6A ignition box, MSD distributor (mech. advance), MSD
"Blaster SS" coil, MSD "street fire" 8mm. wires, NGK "V-power" plugs,
Powermaster 100 amp alternator, Optima "red-top" battery, full length
Flowtech headers(1 1/2" primarys with 3" collectors), Flowmaster "40
series" 2 1/2" mufflers with "H" pipe (turndowns underneath), GER
"thunderbolt" C-4 transmission, Hurst "Indy" shifter, Hurst line lock,
Heidt's sub-frame connectors, Lakewood "street-strip" traction bars,
driveshaft safety loop, Autometer "Phantom" gauges, etc...
Thanks for watching, enjoy in HD if you can, and stay tuned for more videos
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