Quick Dyno vide of Cory Dearmitt's 03 Cobra being custom tuned by Fastlane Motorsports in North Carolina. This Cobra features a Whipple 2.9L, Kooks Long Tube Headers,and a STGII SNOW Performance Methanol Kit. 20LBS = 650 RWHP! www.fastlanemotorsports.us 1.800.457.6166
What Fixing a Car is ACTUALLY Like-2003 Cobra Won't Start!
For this quick video, while down at Mustang week my friend Jordans' 530
WHP Terminator Cobra with over 100k miles finally decided it didn't like
us. This just shows how annoying fixing a car can be when it comes to
finding parts, and the other little hurdles that always come along with it.
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2004 SVT Cobra 2.9L Whipple first start-up / idle / walk around
Just installed a Whipple 2.9L on my 04 Cobra along with a Lethal
Performance budget return fuel system. The car is being tuned remotely by
Eric Brooks of Brooksspeed tuning. so far I am very happy with what Eric
has done, the car started right up and idles perfect without any issues the
first time. Wide open throttle tune and HP/TQ numbers coming soon.
2003-2004 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra "Terminator" Design
This video talks about SOME of the interesting things about one of the most
inspiring muscle cars ever made- the 2003-2004 Ford Mustang Cobra, code named
"Terminator." Information was taken from Frank Moriarty's book "Iron Fist
Lead Foot," yellowMustangregistry.com, and the SVT
Lethal Performance's 800+rwhp Whipple Powered 03 Cobra
This is Jared from Lethal's first Mustang. He took delivery of it on
July 1st 2002. We're not going to go into detail about the car because it
will soon be featured in 5.0 Mustang Magazine. However the basics
info about the car is that it's got a built motor, 3.4L Whipple crusher
kit, Fore/Lethal Triple return style fuel system, Kooks headers, Ram twin
disc, UPR Suspension and a bunch more. The car runs on E85.
It's finally back up and running after 4 years of sitting. The car put down
825rwhp last evening. All of the tuning was done by our good friend Ken
Bjonnes. It's going back to the Dyno next week after we replace
a bad walbro pump. Once the pump is replaced we should have the additional
fuel needed to support more power.
We'll be sure to post up a video update then.