Because modified is better than stock.
Few things are more satisfying for a gearhead than that feeling of success you get when standing back and gazing upon your recently completed build. That’s just the sensation SVTP Member Paul. experienced after the long construction project that is his 2011 5.0L-Powered Mustang GT. What started as a fairly typical loaded Premium GT was transformed into a customized ride an owner can be proud of.
SVTP Member builds the Mustang SVT didn’t.
For over 20 years SVT built an impress stable of Mustangs, but the one thing they never did was offer one with an automatic transmission. While the reason for that tends to be the sports car tradition, it does leave some buyers out in the cold. Whether it’s a necessity of circumstances (such as an injury) or just a quest for increased drag strip performance, there’s a great many SVT Shelby Mustang GT500 owners who would be thrilled if their 6-Speeds were shifted automatically.
One supercharger to rule them all.
It’s a war that’s been raging for years, the battle of the Mustang blowers. Kenne Bell and Whipple are the traditional combatants on the positive displacement side, but VMP has certainly been making waves with their 2.3L TVS units. It just so happens that SVTP Member 302project posted a video of a 4.0 Whipple powered Boss 302 Vs 4.7 Kenne Bell’s GT500 Vs a 2.3 VMP TVS equipped GT500.
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.
Lethal Performance enhances Project Betty White with a TVS supercharger
By Christy High
There’s a certain feeling you get when you install a new part (or parts) on your car and you drive it for the first time. It’s a mix of nervousness (there’s always that pesky leftover bolt or two…) and excitement (the butt-dyno readings are the best!). Sometimes it’s a new cold air intake and your car gets a little pep in its step. Sometimes it’s a new cat-back and your car gets a much louder roar, but sometimes it’s a badass Stage 2 TVS supercharger kit. Or at least it was in my case.