We recently asked you guys on our Facebook page what the best Mustang production paint color was and we got an INCREDIBLE response…
So Incredible that we have decided to set up a poll where you can really duke it out for best paint color! So go on and tell us, what is the best? Sonic Blue? Grabber Orange? Mystichrome? Torch Red? Shall I go on?
How badass is THIS!? The 2011 5.0L Mustang GT that Vortech Superchargers brought out to SVTPerformance.com’s Dyno Day completely wowed the crowd on its insane dyno run at GTR Performance this past weekend. The 5.0L GT was rockin’ the new blower plus exhaust to equal out to an amazing 577 rear wheel horsepower at only 6 PSI on GTR’s Dynojet. Killin’ it! Check out the video and see for yourself.
You, also, can have 600+ horses under your foot with one of these bad boys installed on your new 2011 Mustang GT. Don’t hesitate to contact AmericanMuscle to get yourself all setup with a new Vortech HO system that is known for the highest efficiency, reliability and performance out there in the market. You know you can’t resist the urge to make your friends jealous. You already did it with your new 5.0L. Now you can do it with your new SUPERCHARGED 5.0L! Go ahead, rub it in.
We all know that the new 2012 BOSS 302 is a beast! Well, I do, anyway. I’m hoping you agree, especially after watching the video of the quarter mile run on the Dynojet at the Cobo Hall Auto Show held in Detroit. Although it is virtually stimulated, it still lit it up with a VERY nice 12.4 second run. Thanks to one of our boys over at Dynojet, we got this sneak peek photo of the sleeping beauty before they fired her on up!
Many of you have seen the original SCT Touch Screen Xtreme (TSX) that allows you to datalog wirelessly through your Mustang’s OBD-II data-port. Well, SCT is taking that technology one step further. Check out what they’re doing with an iPad! You’ll be able to connect and tune your vehicle wirelessly with any iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch!
The manual vs. automatic rivalry rages on and the comparison between the two has never been hotter! Credit Ford for fanning the flames with the
Ford is going to be adding an engine shut-off feature to every single future vehicle produced, including the Mustang. What does this mean for performance enthusiasts? There’s still not enough details, but we do know that when your Mustang comes to a stop, the engine’s going off! The article below says this is an effort to promote fuel economy. When you apply pressure to the gas pedal, the engine will restart and all is well.
Everyone has had their share of miserable days (afterall, today IS Monday). I promise you, after watching this video, you really won’t feel that bad about your own problems.
800RWHP gone in a flash, no pun intended! While you want to feel bad for this guy, it was done on a completely stock GT500 bottom end and the owner has been having fun with the car for quite some time. With the addition of a forged bottom end, the owner of Blue Diamond says the car will be back within the next month or so with 1100-1200RWHP!
I was surfing around last night, when I stumbled upon this video. Either Vaughn Gittin Jr. had a kid, or this is an amazing example of someone who was born to drive!
Where were those things when I was 4? Either way – I’ve got $5 that says at age 16, he passes his parallel parking test on the first try!
So tell me, what was your first experience driving a Mustang?
Alex Pappas’s 2006 GT
Alex’s GT started out stock with 8,000 miles on the odometer. Two years later, it has 34,000 miles on it, and Alex has installed an amazing array of parts. He’s done all the work except mounting his Nittos on the MRR GT-1 wheels. The GT sits on Koni Yellow adjustable shocks and struts, GT500 strut mounts, and Eibach lowering springs. A BMR adjustable Mustang panhard bar, billet lower control arms, and LCA relocation brackets contribute to the GT’s mean stance. Alex also installed Steeda adjustable upper control arms and front and rear sway bars.