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Saleen S281 Supercharged--Chicago Cars Direct HD

2004 Ford Mustang Saleen S281 test drive and walkaround from Chicago Cars Direct.


 


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2004 Saleen Mustang #357
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02 Ford Mustand Saleen S281E Extreme Supercharged- #13 Produced - CHECK THIS IT!
http://fullthrottlemotorsports.com - 2002 Ford Mustang S281E Saleen Extreme with Supercharger. Vehicle runs on a 4.6 liter V2 425 HP engine. Looking for your next dream car? This is it! This Saleen also has an in-dash Alpine disk changer with digital equalizer. Call us today at: 800-393-6686





Ford Mustang, Saleen Extreme Supercharged - Cool Cars, Hot Cars, Fast Cars
The Extreme Mustang by Saleen Performance is known as the world`s fastest production Mustang. This 281 ci SOHC, twin-screw supercharged beast makes 550 horsepower, 500 lb-ft torque @ 4000 rpm, and is set up with Saleen`s Racecraft suspension. The Extreme rivals all competitors in the high performance pedigree including Corvette Z06, Ferrari 430, Porsche Carrera 911 and Dodge Viper SRT-10. The basic idea behind the Saleen Mustang S281 that debuted in 1996 is that it doesn't look at all like a typical Mustang. The designation of the hyped-out Stang was simply...The Saleen Mustang. Changing the call sign to be identified by it's 281 cubic inches is a really cool idea. But calling it "The Saleen 281 CID" is a long name. So the model became S281, S for Saleen. The option package letter or number ordered is added to the right of the 281 completing the call sign. 2002 the most powerful production Mustang is introduced, S281 Extreme with 445 horsepower. There are only 62 Saleen Mustang S281s for 2002. 2003 Saleen S281-E there were only 14 street legal version of the GT road-racing series SCCA Extremes made this year. Rated at 445 horsepower 450 ft-lbs. 2004 produces a mindboggling 445 horsepower at 6,000 rpm with maximum torque of 450 lb-ft at 4,000 rpm. 2005 was the pinnacle of the Saleen Mustang S281 Extreme line up to that year with an asphalt smashing 500 horsepower, 480 ft-lbs. of torque. The only thing the 2005 has in common with the earlier models is the S281 Saleen Extreme name and the 4.6L 90-degree V8 engine. But, this year the Extreme receives an all aluminum block. The 281 becomes Extreme by tearing down the engine, reassembling into the Saleen high revving 4.6-liter powerplant.. The wheelbase is longer by 6 inches and the wheels are closer to the corners too improve overall handling and balance. The nose of the car is lighter for better weight distribution at 3,549 lbs overall. Same size brakes used on the 200mph Ford GT. It's pretty damn fast too...4.5 seconds from 0 to 60 and quarter mile numbers of about 12.1 seconds at 117 mph. The 2006 Saleen Extreme is the fastest production S281 built by the company up till that year. A face belting 550 horsepower at a rocket blasting 500 ft-Lbs. 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds with quarter mile numbers of about 12.5 seconds. Top speed of 165 mph. Overall weight at 3606 lbs. The 2006 Saleen Extreme isn't too much different form the 2005 except for power upgrades, some ornamentation and creature comforts. The 2006 Saleen Extreme is indeed a rare site on the street or anywhere else really. But not to worry. You can see it by checking out the video and hanging out with the owner for a bit http://www.cool-cars-video.com Ford Mustang, Saleen Extreme Supercharged - Cool Cars, Hot Cars, Fast Cars Cool Cars Video offers a feast for the eyes as well as insight from car enthusiasts about owning these cool street machines. Everybody loves cool cars. Even a person with no particular interest in cars experiences a thrill when seated behind the wheel of a great automobile. The car is one of man's most prolific mechanical inventions and the engineer's desire to build the ultimate automobile is overshadowed only by the layman's desire to own the coolest car. Of course, everyone has different ideas about what makes a car particularly cool. For some it may simply be lots of cup holders or comfortable seats. But those aren't the kind of things you'll be seeing here. This site is about the most important coolness factors: Performance and Styling. Auto enthusiasts share a common interest, but they each have different ideals about performance and styling. We like to make videos that show off cool cars and celebrate the individuality of their owners. Bob's is the only remaining original Big Boy restaurant. Built in 1949, Bob's Big Boy offers a lively dining experience with turn of the century styling and a cool car cruise-in every Friday. World famous for great food, as well as this weekly automotive gathering, people from far and wide cruise their fantastic machines to Bob's for a late afternoon meal and a good time with fellow car enthusiasts. Located just outside Hollywood, Bob's Big Boy restaurant is a mecca for new car unveilings, movie promotions, and amazing one of a kind cars!





2004 Supercharged Saleen Exhaust Clip
Needed a before and after (when I get my o/r x-pipe)... so here's the before!





2001 Saleen Mustang Supercharged S281 - startups, exhaust sound, overview
Jamboolio records a 2001 Saleen S-281, the performance version of the Ford Mustang coupe, tuned and supercharged by the American manufacturer Saleen, Inc. This stunning muscle car is packing a 4.6L SOHC V8 engine, full-on body kit and chrome rims, Brembo brakes, a Supercharger and custom Exhaust. Here's an overview of the car, multiple startups and Exhaust sound, enjoy. Location: Kotka, Finland 2013 RELATED VIDEOS: - BULLITT!! 1968 Ford Mustang GT-390 Fastback "Bullitt" - incredible V8 sound!! http://youtu.be/rcs7GR1YzPE - SUPER RARE CLASSIC!! 1968 Ford Mustang GT/CS California Special - V8 sound! http://youtu.be/MXzMi9v05v8 - 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Magnum - amazing V8 and Exhaust sound! http://youtu.be/uP7yw40HF5o Watch in High Definition (1080p HD). RATE, COMMENT & SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE for more upcoming automotive videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Jamboolio Follow Jamboolio on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/Jamboolio





Steve Saleen and his 2008 SMS Mustang
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2001 Saleen S281 281 S/C: 12.480 @ 111.000
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2006 Saleen S281 SC Coupe: 12.961 @ 109.840
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