I finally sorted out some of the issues with the LX mustang and took a 0-60+ video: P1080375.mp4 video by bhuff66062 - Photobucket It isn't a 4.6, but if you double the displacement, it is. The car is getting to the point again where traction is becoming a problem. That run, you can see it was slipping the tires a bit from 25-40mph by the way the speedometer flew past those speeds, then held 40mph for a moment. Not a lot of tire spin, but just a little slipping. If you listen carefully, you can hear it bark the nittos on the launch, then squacking them from 30-40mph. It is pretty faint though. The combination is pretty simple: Stock 2.3T short block, E85, 19psi boost, a little bit of spray, C4 transmission and some light head work. As you can see, it doesn't exactly like to rev, it just makes a bunch of torque. So when is someone going to make a simple high boost/E85 2V 4.6 combination? With a turbo and a built bottom end, it would be easy to make stupid horsepower without spending a lot of other money. Think about it, stock cams, stock heads, stock intake and 600-700hp just because you are pushing 20+psi into the engine. As for the location: If you believe it to be real, it happen at the track. If not, it was obviously on a dyno.