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General Information

Year
2006
Make
Ford
Model
Mustang GT
I bought this red beauty on 26th October 2013 completely bone stock in base trim, with a plastic-rimmed steering wheel and 4-gauge instrument cluster. Since I'm incurably infected with "mod fever", it wasn't going stay that way for long as I gradually added some choice upgrades!

Performance

JLT series 3 cold air intake
DIY charge motion delete plates
Steeda underdrive pulleys
Valve cover breathers (deleted PCV)
Ford Racing cut n' clamp X-pipe
GT/CS axleback exhausts
Brenspeed custom tune - 91 octane, 6500rpm rev limiter

Stock 1/4 mile performance: 13.61 @ 103.58
Current 1/4 mile performance: 12.79 @ 107.96 (3450lb curb wt, 180lb driver)

Stock dyno numbers: 271rwhp @ 5300-6000rpm, 284rwtq @ 4300rpm
Current dyno numbers: 306rwhp @ 5300-6000rpm, 324rwtq @ 4400rpm

Drivetrain HP/TQ loss through the stock manual transmission is 12%, making the outputs 348hp/368lbft at the crankshaft.

Drivetrain

McLeod billet steel flywheel
McLeod RXT twin disc clutch assembly
McLeod braided SS hydraulic clutch fluid line
Barton short throw shifter

Brakes

Powerslot cryotreated front rotors
Hawk Performance ceramic front brake pads

Handling/Traction

BMR rear lower control arms & relocation brackets

Interior

Leather steering wheel
MyColor 6-gauge instrument cluster & INFO/SETUP/RESET switch assembly

Exterior

CDC hood struts
Radiator extension covers

Aerodynamics

Extended front undertray
2010 Mustang heat shield

Gallery

Comments

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I remember seeing a list of what you took out of the car to make it lighter...mind posting it again?
 

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Resident Headbanger
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Yes, I took the rear seats out myself and had a delete kit custom made out of plywood at a local workshop for mere peanuts.
 

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that seems like a good quarter mile time for those mods did you take it to a track to get those numbers?
 
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