SVTP gets a ton of new features.
Over the past month or so we have been working on some major software updates to the SVTPerformance.com forums. Some of them are behind the scenes and are invisible to the end user. However, the major change we made was to the type of forum software we used. The new site still has a familiar look and layout, but there is a plethora of new features that makes forum use much simpler. And just to help everyone get up to speed we’ve created a series of tutorial videos demonstrating their use.
Soon to be leaving a car show near you.
You wanna turn some heads or make some traditionalists lose their minds? Well there’s few better ways to do that than install a Chevy LS-Motor into your Mustang. That’s exactly what SVTP Member laextreme5 (“Cody”) is doing with his New-Edge 2002 Ford Mustang GT, but he’s taking things one step further. He’s also installing a CD009 transmission from a 2006+ Nissan 350Z. Say what?
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.
Get ready for the wildest competition at Mustang Week this year
By Steve Turner
On Wednesday the Mustang Week activities roll into Myrtle Beach Speedway, where participants are able to check out vendors, run the autocross course and make fun runs around the speedway oval. However, before the day is over one brave driver will be crowned winner of the Annual SVTPerformance Burnout Contest!
SVTP’s annual Mustang Week burnout contest set a new standard
By Steve Turner
One of the most exciting events on the official Mustang Week schedule is the SVTPerformance.com Burnout Contest. Obviously we are a bit biased, but from the size of the crowds that watch each year and the volume of their reactions, we’d have to say that people enjoy this display of tire slaying.