Jamie Linkenholker turned to JPC Racing for a turbocharged RoadRunner
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of JPC Racing
Lately we’ve seen lot’s of feedback from people that believe it’s a little nutty to modify a road course-oriented Mustang like the new Shelby GT350. However, one of the greatest attributes of any Mustang is its ability to provide a foundation for just about any kind of project you can imagine.
Case it point is the Boss 302. It was once Ford’s greatest Mustang achievement and geared toward carving up those corners. However, one of the most coveted aspects of the 2012-2013 Boss 302 is its robust, high-revving RoadRunner engine. It 5.0-liter engine features stronger internals and is topped by a high-flow intake and CNC-ported heads. While these parts help it rev on the road course, they also hold up to boost pretty darn well.
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