Tag Archives: Fuel System

News: EcoBoost Mustang Auction

Time to Fly

The turbocharged Lethal Performance project we followed is up for grabs

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Lethal Performance

Our adage when it comes to project cars is that they are never finished until you sell them. As long as you own one you will have plans to tweak this or add that. However, when you decide it’s time to move on the only way to close the door is to pass the torch on to someone else. That’s exactly what Lethal Performance is doing with its 2015 EcoBoost Mustang, which is now on the auction block to make room for some exciting new project cars.
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Tech: EcoBoost Mustang Fuel Upgrade

Feed the Fire

Lethal Performance fuels a 551-horsepower, stock-engine EcoBoost ’Stang

By Steve Turner
Photos by Steve Turner and courtesy of Lethal Performance

With all the excitement surrounding Lethal Performance’s new, 10-second Shelby GT350 project, you might have forgotten that the company is also developing a potent EcoBoost Mustang as well. In our last installment on the car, we covered the installation and testing of a Lethal/Rarefab turbo upgrade kit that raised the car’s output to over 427 horsepower at the wheels.
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New Product: JPC Coyote Fuel Rails

The Extreme

JPC Racing offers new Extreme Volume fuel rails for high-power Coyotes

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of JPC Racing

We live in an age where power is not limited by the available hardware, but by your imagination—and your wallet. When it comes to the modern-day Coyote 5.0-liter engine, making power is not that difficult. Throw on a power adder, pump up the fuel system, and find a top-notch tuner to dial it in. Of course, as you want to make more and go faster, you might need to upgrade the engine, and you will definitely need to upgrade the supporting hardware.
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Tech: Metco Billet Coyote Fuel Rails

Go With The Flow

Adding volume and reducing restriction with Metco Motorsports’  billet fuel rails for the Coyote 5.0

By Steve Turner

Photos by SID297 and StacyStangz

It has become acceptable—maybe even sporting—to see how far you can push the stock components of a Mustang. Certainly it is fun to see how far Ford’s creations will go. Most of us take these cars far beyond the intent of the engineers that created them with just bolt-ons. Continue reading