Tag Archives: Shelby GT500

Feature: Wrecked Shelby GT500 Resurrected

From Ashes to Glory

One SVTP Member’s quest to rebuild a legend.

By SID297

Few things automotive related are sadder than seeing a once great vehicle resigned to life of near DD-level mediocrity after a minor fender-bender.  That was situation in which SVTP Member Mike93SVT found his project 2010 Shelby GT500 Mustang.  Not satisfied to see a such potential wasted Mike bough the car and began the painstaking process of resto-modding the SVT to better than new condition.

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Tech: 1,200-Horsepower Shelby GT500

Big Game

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

Feature: 2010 Mustang GT/Boss


Dean Martin makes a 2010 GT better, stronger, and faster with Boss parts

By SID297

Photos by StacyStangz

Picture this. You walk into your local Ford dealership ready to lay down your loot to order a 2012-2013 Boss 302 Mustang. You’re talking to the salesman and the conversation goes something like this…

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Tech: VMP Gen2 TVS Supercharger

Edge of Tomorrow

VMP’s second-generation supercharger maximizes 2.3-liter TVS technology

By Steve Turner

Photos courtesy of VMP Superchargers

Since the dawn of the Terminator in 2003, the positive-displacement supercharger has become a mainstay in the lexicon of Ford performance. As the first factory supercharged Mustang, the ’03 Cobra entered the world with an Eaton M112 supercharger, a traditional Roots supercharger that, obviously, displaces 112 cubic inches of air. This configuration ushered in an era of easy supercharger swaps with more efficient blowers easily supplanting the stock unit. Continue reading