0-125mph in a supercharged mustang
This is an S-trimmed 99 Mustang GT on regular street tires
(not drag radials) with limited traction. Video was taken on a dragstrip.
The first couple revs you hear in the video is from the car in the other
lane, who I was racing against.
Mods: Vortech S-Trim (15 psi), FMIC, supporting fuel mods, longtubes,
4.10's (I can reach 125 mph in 4th gear because my tire height is 28").
The longblock was completely stock: heads, cams, intake, etc. Even the
throttle body was stock. With this setup, I made 470 rwhp on race gas.
BTW, this is an old video. A lot has happened since then. After this
video, I added blower cams and made 513 rwhp on race gas (still on the
stock shortblock) and ran low 11's at 126-128 mph.
The stock shortblock never quit, but later I wanted to make more power so I
switched to a terminator SB, T-trim blower, 10% OD damper, 44cc trickflow
heads, and Reichard intake. Now I'm in the low 10's @ 134-136 mph.
Supercharged and Intercooled Mustang GT 2002
Never realized how popular this video has gotten, well. I sold the car,
heres the link of the sale, and all the specs if anyone is interested also
thanks for all the comments. it was a fun ride.. my second Mustang and my last Mustang. I sold the car to somene
named Chris Grube in Atlanta, GA. He seems like a nice guy I think it went
to a good home.
Good luck to all you guys
First Test: 2011 Ford Mustang GT
MT senior editor Ron Kiino and the Motor Trend staff take the updated 2011
Ford Mustang GT out for
some testing including the Dyno to see how Ford's potent
new 5.0-liter V-8 really is under the hood.
Read the full story here:
Shot by: Jim Gleason
Edited by: Jim GLeason
Mustang v 370Z SMACKDOWN: Ford Mustang GT vs. Nissan 370Z
FULL Mustang V 370Z COMPARO
When we last left the 2009 Nissan 370Z, it had just laid a drubbing on
BMW's little 135i. We then proclaimed, "The 2009 Nissan 370Z raises the
standard for the sport coupe segment to a new level of affordable
Time to get more serious. It's V8 time. Who's in? Let's see, no Camaro, and a Challenger is not
available (don't ask), so that leaves the freshly updated 2010 Ford Mustang GT, a car whose very
existence is predicated upon wallet-friendly performance.
Perhaps a reinvigorated veteran can take down the newly crowned king. The
particulars might differ — four seats versus two, V8 versus V6 — but
the mission is the same. And the 2009 Nissan 370Z and 2010 Ford Mustang GT are priced closer than you
2011 Mustang GT Borla Exhaust
This Mustang GT uses Borla
S-Type Catback Exhaust.
Sorry. Recorded at a parking lot, there was not enough road to accelerate
as it should be.
Thanks to BMC Extreme Customs (creators of the Black Mamba Hood)
This Stang is a 2011 5.0 manual V8 (don´t get confused with the different
emblems my car has) and I got inspired mostly on the 2010 Shelby GT 500
Thanks for watching and for all the major positive comments.
New Video http://youtu.be/Eg-bSpfpKlQ
Mustangs burnout Mustangs burnout after TMS
car show. link to Mustangs
burnout with out music :
Turbo Mustang GT vs. Kawasaki ZX-10
TECHNICAL SPECS LISTED BELOW:
Rusty's Total Performance Single turbo
1-3/4" Primaries, 2.5" x-over pipe, 3" IC piping. All hot parts are coated
with the HPC 2000^ Black coating.
Mental Addiction Motorsports Intercooler
HKS blow off valve
Tial 35mm wastegate
Engine and Management System:
Dart Block 316 ci built by 1st Performance
AEM Engine Management System P/N 30-1400
Single channel wideband
AEM 3.5 Bar MAP sensor, 30-2112
Boost controlled by AEM
G.M Boost control Solenoid part#
G.M Pigtail for the Boost solenoid
part# 12102747, $14.58
Injector Resistor pack, 8, 8ohm 25Watt resistors, purchased from Capital
Electronics: 602-252-5897 used to drive low impedance injectors with AEM.
Cam Motion Custom Cam, 217/211 .530/.513
Induction and Fuel:
Accufab 75mm TB
Reichard Racing Upper Intake BARELY clears under the stock hood. (Intake
height from the lower to the highest point including 1" spacer is 6-3/8", I
am using convertible motor mounts)
1" TFS-R intake spacer (required with this intake to clear fuel rails)
Reichard TFS-R air-gapped Lower
TFS TW heads w/ 185 CNC port by TEA
Cometic Head Gaskets
Crane Pro Magnum 1.6 rockers
X2C Motorsports 1000hp Fuel System
Aeromotive Fuel Rails (rubs all over the stock distributor cap.)
Siemens-Deka 83# injectors
Ignition and Exhaust:
3.5" U-pipe that connects to factory style 2.5" cat back system.
Summitt 2.5" GT tailpipe kit
2.5" Dynomax Ultra
AEM 2 step
Tranny and rear:
Tremec TKO900 from Mod Mustang Racing (I sheared all the
teeth of 3rd gear in my old standard TKO)
Ford Aluminum Driveshaft
31 Spline Moser axles (SN95 length, makes wheel/tire selection a PITA!!)
Trick Flow diff cover
McCleod Twin Disk Clutch
Stock cable, Steeda quadrant and firewall adjuster
Metco Driveshaft Loop (avoid the Lakewood!! I had one, it is too small in
Suspension and Brakes:
Tokico 5 way adjustables
H&R Road Race Springs, 265# rear
13" rotors w/ PBR Cobra calipers
D&D Tubular A-arms
X2C Motorsports Coil over kit with 300# springs
??? Tubular K-member, I don't know who makes it, I bought it cheap and
Flaming River manual steering rack and shaft
95 GT rear brakes
93 Cobra Master Cylinder
SVO Prop valve
Maximum Motorsports CC plates
Maximum Motorsports n/a Lower Control arms
Tires and rims:
1999 OEM 17x8" Cobra Wheels
Nitto Drag Radial 245/45/17
Bogart Drag-On Stars for the track
Custom cut front bumper
Race Weight: 3425#
6 point custom chrome moly cage by Southwest Custom Trucks
Custom Gauge panel by www.gaugeplates.com
Lincoln MKVIII Fan controlled by AEM
200A 3G alternator
Custom aluminum fan shroud that houses the Mark 8 fan, made by Mental
Custom emblems by www.gaugeplates.com
Let the whining continue... lol
FAST CAR vs. FAST BIKE - ON THE HIGHWAY :)
turboMustangs.com Project Car vs. modified
1st run... The bike stole "the break".
2nd run... They started even the bike hit the rev limiter a few times but
then they evened out.
3rd run... Bike wins by about 3 car lengths.
4th run... Bike bounces off the rev limiter & he gets rolled by the stang.
5th run... They are basically dead nuts even on this last run... it's
pretty crazy :)