700+ HP 2001 Mustang GT - 10 second Street Monster

OneStiffGT

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Here is my "modern" muscle car. Definately a blast to drive, and for me it is the ultimate street car/cruiser. Been reliable as hell for the past 3 years of my ownership, and always delivering the pavement punishing power it has :twisted:

All in all the cost of the modifications without any labour costs, and the price of the car itself is around $58,000. But like always, no short cuts were taken, lots of custom work was done to make sure everything works right and is reliable.

Best 1/4 Mile Time : 10.3 @ 133mph (run with low boost, and 94 octane pump gas, not using transbrake and a very moderate launch)


Engine:
Paxton Novi 2000 Supercharger
Reichard Racing Ultra Grip 15psi Pulley
Paxton Air-to-Air Charge Cooler
Custom Machined Steel Supercharger Idler Braket
Vortech Bypass Valve
C&L Plenum
BBK Throttle Body
Siemens 60lb. Injectors
SCT 2600 Big Air MAF
Snow Performance Stage 2 Boost Cooler (Meth Injection)
Moroso Oil Pan (7 qt.)
Coated Diamond Pistons 18cc dish
Manley H-Beam Rods
03 Cobra Crank
.20 overbore
ARP Main and Head Studs
High Performance Oil Pump with Billet Gears
New Chains and Guides
Crower Stage 2 Blower Cams
Heavy Duty Valve Springs
SCT Flip Chip
Tuned by Steeda.ca

Driveline:
Dynamic Racing Mighty Mite C4 Transmission
4.6 SFI C4 Bell Housing
Custom 46" Long 4" dia. Steel Driveshaft
Moser Engineering M9 Fabricated 9" Rear End
Moser Engineering 35 Spline Axles
Moser Engineering Full Spool
Moser Engineering 3.73 Gears
Driveshaft Loop

Suspension:
90/10 Lakewood Struts
UPR K-Member
Steeda Rear Lower Control Arms
Steeda Double Adjsutable Upper Control Arms
Airbag in Right Rear Spring
Custom 4pt. Rollbar
Custom Tubular Subframe Connectors

Fuel:
03 Cobra Tank/Pumps
External Filter
-8 Line to filer -6 Line to Rail
Kenne Bell Boost-a-Pump

Exhaust:
Custom exhaust w/ Borla Mufflers

Wheels:
TSW Bremma 20x10 rear, 18x8 front
Centerline Telstar 15" w/ 29"x10.5: Hoosier Quicktime Pro DOT drag slicks (Drag Rear)
Weld Prostar 15" skinnies (Drag front)

Other Mods:
Autometer Gauges (Oil Pressure, Boost, Tranny Oil Temp, Water Temp)
Transmission Brake Switch
B&M Shifter
Celica Seats
Steeda Cowl Hood
Batery Relocation Kit

Picture with username on a piece of paper tobe posted shortly.
 
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maxtortheone

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Sorry but http://forums.finalgear.com/post-your-car/my-2001-mustang-gt-lots-of-pictures-warning-25645/ :confused:

Is this yours and this guy was just using the pics? If so, incredible machine you got!

Also remembered this http://forums.finalgear.com/post-your-car/shot-of-my-car-from-the-track-got-chassis-flex-31522/

Sorry for all this suspicion but we've been hit by some trolls lately posting their supercars and members tend to hardly believe users with low post counts.

Again, if this is yours apologies and congrats!
 
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Mark355

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That's a great looking Stang and major props for actually using it on the street. Can I borrow some torque since you have so much?
 

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Very nice car. Bonus for the lack of spoiler, no ugly wheels/lights/stickers and shit. Love the plate too...I don't think ICBC will allow custom plates like that anymore here in BC; alas, mine tends to attract bits of tape or mud over certain parts of some letters and numbers...
 

Der Stig

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I knew this car looked familiar. Looks like quite a sleeper too- very innocuous. I like your rear end...erm.... Well, good job on the no spoiler option. :D
 

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I was going to ask if those were DOT approved slicks until I saw the tread. :D

That is a very fine machine. Form and function all in one. :thumbsup:
 

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Not a big fan of the wheels, but otherwise that's a damn nice car.

I tend to find "stiff" and fox-chassis mustangs being used in correlation to one another a paradox though :lol:

Needs a 99 Cobra front fascia with mach 1 lip :)
 
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OneStiffGT

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Not a big fan of the wheels, but otherwise that's a damn nice car.

I tend to find "stiff" and fox-chassis mustangs being used in correlation to one another a paradox though :lol:

Needs a 99 Cobra front fascia with mach 1 lip :)
This is an SN95. And there is quite a bit of chassis work done so it can handle the power.

My stance on the Cobra front end is that, it belongs on a Cobra :)

PS : This nickname refers to my other Stang, with a completely different suspension/chassis setup than stock.









 
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Eunos_Cosmo

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This is an SN95. And there is quite a bit of chassis work done so it can handle the power.
I know its an SN95/New edge. It's still essentially the same as the fox-chassis that goes back to the 1978 ford fairmount...



:grin:

"The 1978 Ford Fairmont was the first vehicle built on the Ford Fox platform, which would be the basis for a variety of other models, including the 1980 to 1988 Thunderbird, the 1981 to 1982 American Ford Granada, the 1979 to 2004 Mustang"

But I'm sure the extensive subframe work and 4 point cage help a lot.
 
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