Vaughn Gittin Jr’s Mustang Rtr Spec 5 ConceptCheck out the RTR Spec-5 Here!
Shelby Gt350r Ford MustangFord today unveiled the new Shelby® GT350R Mustang, the most track-ready road-going production Mustang ever built.
Ford Mustang Celebrates 50 Years Of FunVaughn Gittin Jr. takes you on a trip through 50 years of pony performance with the Ford Mustang.[/CENTER]
Hennessey Hpe700 Mustang Dynos 663 HorsepowerHennessey to Offer 717 HP Supercharged 2015 Ford Mustang Hellcat and Z06, be very afraid. Because when that 2015 Mustang 5.0L with the Hennessey script on its decklid sidles up next to you at the stoplight, it might very well be packing 717 supercharged horsepower. Dig the spurs in, pilgrim, and she’ll bolt to 60 mph in a scant 3.6 seconds. Keep your foot down, and the pressurized Coyote 5.0-liter 4-cammer will blaze to a white-hot 11.2-second...
2015 Mustang GT - MRT KR Axle-Back Muffler Delete Review
Ford Racing 5.0 Aluminator XS
Ford Racing Aluminum radiator
Ford Racing close ratio 6-speed transmission
Ford Racing control pack
MagnaFlow custom racing muffler
K&N air filter
Driveshaft Shop 9″ conversion with 4:56 gears
Bosch 044 Fuel pump
Driveshaft Shop aluminum driveshaft and axles
Revolution Automotive custom tune
Spec 5 wide flare panels (50mm front, 75mm rear)
3m 1080 film wrap (matte silver) by Speedesign
RTR chin spoiler with carbon splitter
RTR upper grill with integrated lighting
RTR lower grill
RTR rocker splitters
RTR rear diffuser
RTR rear spoiler with gurney lip
RTR composite hood, fenders, doors and rear decklid
Bosch DDU7 Motorsports display
Recaro Racing seats
ASD Motorsports hand brake
Takata Racing harnesse
Check our the full article and discussion with Vaughn himself about the RTR Spec-5 Concept here.
Earlier this year, Jack Roush Jr and Justin Pawlak were at Gingerman Raceway in South Haven, MI testing our very first 2015 Stage 3 engineering car.
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2016 FORD GT - Ecoboost V6
2016 FORD GT - Ecoboost V6
Ford today unveiled the new Shelby® GT350R Mustang, the most track-ready road-going production Mustang ever built.
In 1965, Ford and Carroll Shelby developed a road-racing version of the popular Ford Mustang – the Shelby GT350 Competition model. Lighter, more powerful and with a highly developed suspension, it is one of the most iconic racing Mustangs ever produced.
Arriving later this year, the new Shelby GT350R has been designed and engineered in the same spirit, delivering never-before-seen track capability from a Mustang – thanks to innovations in aerodynamics, chassis engineering and light-weighting.
“The Shelby GT350R Mustang is a no-compromise car in the pursuit of maximum track capability,” said Raj Nair, Ford group vice president, Global Product Development. “It is a thoroughbred street car making use of technology and ingenuity to deliver performance few enthusiasts have ever experienced.”
The car features the first-ever production V8 from Ford with a flat-plane crankshaft – the most powerful naturally aspirated engine Ford has ever produced – plus a specially tuned suspension. It is fitted with revised spring rates and antiroll bars, lower ride height, unique track-tuned alignment settings, revised bushings and jounce bumpers, cross-axis ball joints in the front suspension, and revised calibration controlling the MagneRide dampers.
“The Shelby GT350R Mustang is a car with the nimbleness and power delivery you want on a road course,” said Nair. “This isn’t just about horsepower. The Shelby GT350R is an all-around balanced athlete – one that is extraordinarily precise and agile.”
Track technology for the street
Lightweight carbon fiber wheels are standard on Shelby GT350R, making Ford the first major automaker to introduce this innovative wheel technology as standard equipment.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. takes you on a trip through 50 years of pony performance with the Ford Mustang.
Hennessey to Offer 717 HP Supercharged 2015 Ford Mustang
Hellcat and Z06, be very afraid. Because when that 2015 Mustang 5.0L with the Hennessey script on its decklid sidles up next to you at the stoplight, it might very well be packing 717 supercharged horsepower. Dig the spurs in, pilgrim, and she’ll bolt to 60 mph in a scant 3.6 seconds. Keep your foot down, and the pressurized Coyote 5.0-liter 4-cammer will blaze to a white-hot 11.2-second quarter mile at 131 mph. It’s ponycar meets supercar.
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