Super-Powered 2005 V6 Project Car Videos Revealed!

The wait is over! We are proud to bring you not just one, or even two or three, but FOUR incredible videos which take you through the stages of our 2005 V6 Project Car Build. We know you’re wondering how we managed to add so much torque and horsepower (not to mention sex appeal) to our project Mustang, and we’re psyched to show you the final numbers and performance gains!

Part 1: In the first video, Dave Kaeck kicks things off at Swarr Auto with our baseline dyno run to get the raw numbers, plus a first look at the huge variety of parts we’re using on our ’05 Legend Lime V6.

Part 2: Our performance overhaul continues with the installation of a new CAI, exhaust, and custom tune. We also start our styling with by installing lowering springs and adding a new set of wheels and tires.

Part 3: In the third video, the crew from Swarr Auto brighten up the ‘Stang with new headlights, taillights, and and some side marker decals. After that, Dave heads to the home garage for some final styling featuring pre-painted parts from AmericanMuscle.

Part 4: In our fourth video, we reveal our final numbers as Dave heads back for one last dyno run (and to add a little something extra).

Contest Winners

Now that you’ve watched the videos, you know how accurate your guesses were. That means it’s time to announce the winners of our Guess the Mods, Win $50 contest. The first two people with the most total correct guesses were Matt Natereli and Zachary Vincent. Congrats, guys! We’ll be contacting you at the email addresses you listed on your comments to send out your prizes.

For more videos, pictures, and information about the parts featured in these videos, be sure to check out AmericanMuscle’s V6 Project Car Page.

Now you’ve seen what we did with our 2005 Legend Lime Project Mustang. What would you have done, if this were your project?

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. Car looks good and puts down some good numbers, but I’d be more interested in seeing a build from you guys on a 2005-2009 GT and what numbers you can pull out of it.


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