335HP – 380TQ – 8-Speed Auto – AWD.
DETROIT, Jan. 11, 2018 – Ford begins introducing the coveted ST brand to its SUV lineup with the unveiling of the all-new Edge ST today, building on its best-ever SUV sales year in the U.S.
The all-new Edge ST – Ford’s first SUV to be tuned by the Ford Performance team – features the most powerful V6 engine available in its class with a specially tuned 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost® engine pumping out 335 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque.
Gen 2 Upgrades for Gen 1 Owners.
DEARBORN – Since its introduction in 2011, the Ford Performance 5.0L Coyote crate engine has been an enthusiast favorite and a staple of Ford’s Mustang GT lineup. With the 2015 model year came the first major design changes to the 5.0L Coyote engine, creating a market for 2011-2014 Mustang GT owners looking to install a new Coyote engine compatible with their model year. Out of this, Ford Performance developed the new 5.0L Coyote Long Block, Gen 1 crate engine which brings the improvements made to the 2015-2017 Coyote (Gen 2) crate engine to 2011-2014 Mustang GT owners.
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SVTP Vendors were showing off their latest wares at SEMA 2016
Photos by Eddie Maloney
The annual SEMA show is always a good time, but for me personally one of the highlights is seeing what our SVTP Vendors have been working on. The size of the show always makes finding all the booths you want to see a bit of a scavenger hunt, but the reward make all the walking worth it. You truly never know what you’ll see, but chances are it’ll be something awesome that you want (such as the Batmobile).
Ford Performance offers a potent upgrade for turbo-four S550s
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Ford Motor Company
Back in July we broke the news about Ford Performance Parts’ trio of Power Packs for 2015+ Mustang GTs. These ranged from a hotter calibration to a complete package of intake, cold air induction, throttle body and calibration. Today FPP revealed that it also offers a new calibration and cold-air combo for the EcoBoost Mustangs.
Installing Steeda’s lightweight jacking rails for the latest Ford Focus
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Steeda Autosports
If you perform your own maintenance or modifications, chances are you are going to need to put a floor jack under your car. With modern cars it can be a challenge to find the right jacking point to avoid damaging the underside of your ride. Thanks to Steeda Autosports, however, owners of 2013 and newer Foci can now lift their rides from any spot along the side using the company’s new Jacking Rails (PN 555-5206; $139.95).