Steeda to debut its 777-horsepower Q750 StreetFighter at The SEMA Show
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Steeda Autosports
Continuing the legacy of its high-powered, turn-key vehicles, Steeda Autosports is set to debut its latest Q-series machine at The SEMA Show next week. Featuring the company’s full complement of suspension upgrades—plus a 777-horsepower engine package boosted by a Whipple supercharger—the Q750 will hold court in the Nitto Tire booth at next week’s show.
“The Steeda Q750 StreetFighter is the culmination of our 28 years of uninterrupted and continuous refinement of the Mustang platform.” Dario Orlando, President Steeda Autosports, said. “This is without a doubt, the absolute finest and best integrated performance automobile that we have ever produced, effectively taking the Mustang to new heights never before reached.”
The Steeda team put together a comprehensive vehicle package designed to deliver well-rounded acceleration, braking, and handling. Moreover, it is available as a turn-key package that is emissions legal and carries a three-year, 36,000-mile warranty.
As you might expect, the foundation of the Q750 is built on is its G-Trac suspension that shores up the factory independent rear suspension, lowers the car’s center of gravity, and sharpens its handling. Velgen wheels wearing Nitto Tire‘s new NT555G2 summer tires work with the Steeda bits to put power to pavement.
We have driven a car equipped with a similar Steeda suspension package and it not only delivers improved traction and handling, but with the comfortable ride characteristics we have come to expect from the company’s wares.
Of course, when you have a Whipple-blown Coyote under the hood producing nearly 800 horsepower, you’ll need a bit of extra traction. The performance of this package is certainly impressive, but what makes it truly stand out is CARB certification that makes it street legal. The calibration is said to address every necessary parameter to maximize performance, including fuel, spark, knock detection, torque management, and electronic throttle control.
Backing the boosted 5.0-liter engine is one of Tremec’s Magnum XL six-speed manual transmission, which is not only more robust than the stock MT-82 manual, but offers the confidence of a direct shifter.
The Q750 should be a blast to drive and you can order one right now. If you want to see it in person first, check it out in Vegas next week.
The Mod List
- Whipple 2.9-liter, twin-screw, front-feed supercharger system
- Tremec Magnum XLTM six-speed manual transmission system
- Velgen VMB9 wheels, 20×9-inch (front) and 20×10.5-inch (rear)
- Nitto NT555-G2 Summer Ultra High Performance tires
- Adjustable Front and Rear Sway Bars
- Billet Aluminum Front and Rear Sway Bar Mounts
- Progressive Sport Springs
- IRS Bushing Support System
- IRS Subframe Alignment Kit
- IRS Billet Aluminum Vertical Links
- IRS Subframe Support Braces
- Adjustable IRS Differential Bushing Inserts
- Adjustable Rear Toe Links
- Steeda front fascia
- Steeda lower chin spoiler
- Steeda rear spoiler
2016 Steeda Q750 Gallery