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Build: White 2016 Mustang GT Mods

Clean Sweep

Stock sucks, but we can fix that.

By SID297

Not many people know this, but my favorite Ford color is Oxford White (or as I like to call it “Work Truck White”).  If I were going to buy a new Mustang, or Raptor, or Focus RS (ad nauseam) it would certainly be white.  Judging by his 2016 Oxford White Mustang GT, it would appear that SVTPerformance.com Member WomenBeShoppin (Ryan) may have the same sentiment.

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Tech: 2015+ Mustang Camber Plate Install

Plate Shift

Installing BMR Suspension’s caster/camber plates for the S550

By Steve Turner
Photos by Steve Turner and courtesy of BMR Suspension

From the jump, the crew at BMR Suspension took the S550 platform and started developing parts. Despite the platform maturing and other development cars coming along, the company hasn’t slowed its pace in designing new parts to sharpen the performance of the latest Mustangs.
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New Product: S197 Watts Link Pivot Upgrade

Center of Suspension

BMR Suspension offers a lighter, strong center pivot for its Watt’s Link kit

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of BMR Suspension

If you want the ultimate in solid-axle Mustang handling, a Watt’s Link is your jam. Because of its centralized pivot, this arrangement delivers more precise handling than a Panhard bar and installing one is usually a bolt-on affair.
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Video: 8-Second Turbo 2015 Mustang

Over the Edge

Sheldon Lewis finally put his stock-computer S550 into the eights

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Sheldon Lewis

When we last told you ghostly tales about Sheldon Lewis’ Hellion-turbocharged 2015 Mustang he was pushing the stock Coyote platform to the edge of an 8-second pass. He almost got there, but it turned out the stock internals were not up to the task after surviving several low-9-second passes with over 900 rear-wheel horsepower on tap.
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Tech: Shelby GT350 Exhaust Install

GT350 Growl

Lethal Performance upgrades its Shelby with a Magnaflow cat-back & more

By Steve Turner
Photos by Steve Turner and courtesy of Magnaflow

Born with an dual-mode exhaust from the factory, the Shelby GT350 is already one of the best sounding Mustangs ever built. That’s especially true of the R-model, which doesn’t wear resonators before the mufflers like the standard Shelby does. But it could always sound better, right?
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