Engine builder’s mood really shows through.
So this is a weird one. SVTP Vendor, and all around nice guys, Pro-Dyno recently made a somewhat interesting discovery. While tearing down a Terminator engine for a rebuild they found that a previous engine builder had left them a little surprise in the form of eight smiley faces, one on each rod.
Go Home Show for Project Samhain
You guys know how this goes, these SVTP project cars very rarely get to be permanent parts of the collection. So now has come the time for Project Samhain, our 2015 EcoBoost Mustang, to find a new home. We have covered the modification of this car from day-one here on SVTP with even more to come in the future. This car has the Performance Pack, Recaros, navigation, Shaker sound system, BLIS, reverse sensors, manual transmission, etc.
Sam Anderson challenged himself to build a 733-horsepower classic
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Sam Anderson
If you have built more than one project car, you always want to push the next one to a higher plane than the last. That was definitely the case for Sam Anderson, who set out to see just what kind of build he was capable of creating. As you can see, he was capable of fusing two iconic Mustangs into one project-car masterpiece.
Pro Dyno pumps up John Antunes’ Shelby GT500 with a big-bore 6.2
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Pro Dyno
If you weren’t a Mustang enthusiast, you might assume that a Shelby GT500 with a supercharged 5.4-liter engine would provide more than enough propulsion. We know better. A stock GT500 is fun. A modded GT500 is a blast. However, while most people are happy with bolt-on enhancements and tuning, others want something a bit more aggressive. John Antunes falls into the latter category. Continue reading
Now We’re Kookin’
SVTP’s Project Triple Threat gains Kooks long-tube headers and exhaust
Photos by Stacy Stangz
Followers of our 2015 Mustang GT project vehicle, Project Triple Threat, know that our last installment documented the installation of a Whipple 2.9-liter supercharger. The next step was to install a preliminary tune and log the results before moving on with another phase of the project.