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Posted: Monday, June 5, 2017 3:12 AM


If you are looking for the ultimate car that you can drive to and from the track without issues, this is it. Also
if you are looking for a fun cruiser that doesn’t require any significant maintenance, this is also it.
I have multiple pulley combinations that will allow you to run 10.5 psi up to 20 psi of boost! I have been to the
track once when it made 720 rwhp at 10.5 psi and it went 9.86 at 138 mph. I have since been twice at 16 psi where
it ran 9.62 at 144 mph on a very conservative tune up. It's completely capable of running 9.20s-9.30s at this boost
level. The car drives nice and straight down the track and requires no effort. It makes it’s power on E85 pump
gas and can be converted back to 91 octane, though you will need to run only 10.5 psi and much lower timing.
This Mustang is unique because it has a 4L80E with a lockup converter. What that means is the car runs at 2,400 rpm
at 83 mph on the freeway. No worries like traditional three speeds that you have to drive in the left lane because
it's taching out at 65 mph!
The parachute comes out with 1 bolt in the trunk and then the hinged license plate frame covers up the hole!
If you're in So Cal and want to come check out the car, hit me up!
The Bad: Nothing actually. Please understand this is a really nice driver and isn’t a Barrett Jackson $100,000
restoration. It has a $4,000 Dupont Chroma Premiere paint job and not a $15,000 Chip Foose paint job. There are
some MINOR imperfections but nothing you’d really see unless you were looking for flaws. The car physically
functions perfectly. I have driven the car in bumper to bumper, 1.5 hour traffic in the heat and the engine never
runs above 190 degrees.
Machined, built and dyno tested at QMP Racing
Dart Iron Eagle 9.500 deck block - 427ci
Dart 225cc CNCed Pro1 Aluminum heads
Eagle ESP forged crank
Eagle ESP H-beam forged rods
ROSS custom 9:1 pistons with horizontal gas reliefs
Total Seal AP steel ring package
Crower custom hydraulic roller camshaft
Crower shaft mount steel rockers
Crower one piece 3/8ths pushrods (heads are clearanced and bushed)
Crane low pump hydraulic tie bar roller lifters (block has lifter bushings too)
Crane valve springs
Crane titanium retainers
Canton high capacity oil pan
Edelbrock Super Victor intake manifold
FAST 4150 style throttle body, polished
Custom catch can/breather system integrated into the valve covers
Innovators West damper with integrated 4-magnet crank pickup
Melling standard pressure, high volume oil pump
Moroso electric water pump
JBA 1-3/4 to 1-7/8ths stepped headers. This car would pick up 40-50 hp from a set of real 2-inch headers.
304S Flowmaster 3-inch custom exhaust with Vibrant bullet resonators and Flowmaster Hushpower mufflers
Pertronix electric cutouts
Power Adder
Paxton NOVI-2500 polished supercharger - good to 1,300 hp.
10 rib with multiple crank and blower pulley options
Paxton Power Hat
Carbinite coated blower pulleys for additional traction
Mitchell blower brace
Custom 5-inch tensioner pulley
Airaid UBI 5-inch custom cold air intake (pulls air from the fender)
Vortech BV57 blow off valve
FAST Sportsman XFI standalone EFI system tuned by Westech Performance
FAST touchscreen display/dash
Racepak LDX logging dash, various Racepak sensors (including driveshaft speed sensor)
Racepak Smartwire (the best way to wire a race car)
MSD 7531 ignition box
MSD locked out distributor
MSD 8.5mm wires
Deatchworks 125 lb/hr injectors
Fuelab variable speed 1600hp inline fuel pump (goes high speed at 2 psi of boost to keep the fuel cycling low).
This pump is actually pretty quiet
Fuelab pre and post filter
Aeroquip Startlite hose and fittings -12AN to pump with quick disconnect and then -10AN
FAST fuel pressure regulator
Snow Performance Stage 3 water/meth kit with 2.5 gallon trunk mount reservoir - 4 nozzle system (two pre blower and
two post). IATs stay under 130 degrees under a full run!
Custom sumped stock fuel tank
Engine operates off crank pickup and not distributor which is more accurate
Powermaster polished 1 wire 120 amp alternator
Auto Meter shift and warning light, fuel level gauge in the trunk on the battery relocation
Battery shutoff switch
TCI Super Streetfighter 4L80E electronic and manually shifted transmission with lockup (55 mph) - The car acts like
a 5 speed automatic and runs 80 MPH at 2400 rpm!
TCI EZ TCU transmission controller
TCI Maxshift shifter with manual/auto mode and push button shifting - 2 step is also on the shifter
Custom sheet metal tunnel to accommodate the larger transmission
Reid SFI approved bell housing
TCI billet converter and SFI flexplate
Lokar dipstick
Extra capacity transmission pan (12 quarts total for the whole trans/lines/etc)
Front Suspension/Brakes
TCI Engineering Custom IFS (Mustang II style) with eliminated shock towers
Manual rack
Double adjustable TCI shocks
Wilwood manual master cylinder
Wilwood 12.5” 4 piston vented and drilled Dynalite brake kit
Removed front sway bar (still have it though)
Rear Suspension/Brakes
Autoworks International Mini tubs
Strange 9-inch with 35 spline SS axles and nodular iron center section
Billet Yoke
Motive Gear spool
Motive Gear Pro Series 3.55 gears
Chris Alston Chassisworks custom solid, adjustable rear sway bar
Calvert leaf springs and lowering blocks
Calvert single adjustable rear shocks
Calvert adjustable CalTracs
Wilwood 12.5” 4 piston vented and drilled Dynalite brake kit
Lokar billet throttle pedal, brake cover, door pulls, and window cranks
All matching black/gray TMI interior
67 Mustang passenger seat
Covered split rear seats, painted rear quarter panel covers
Custom TMI dashpad
Custom TMI front door panel inserts
Custom TMI one piece headliner (really nice late model touch)
New carpet
New glove box door
New rear package tray
The only interior part that wasn’t restored was repainting the dash and doors, though they were in good
It has a stereo CD player and front speakers but it was malfunctioning. Could easily be swapped out if you want
Ed Quay aluminum rear spoiler covered in 3M carbon fiber wrap
Dakota Digital LED taillights
Maier Racing flush mount fiberglass rear bumper
Maier Racing fiberglass front bumper and teardrop hood
Fiberglass rear decklid
All new chrome/stainles except window frames
All new lighting
Stainless bolt dress up in engine bay
Jet black painted engine bay
New front and rear glass with new chrome and seals
90% of the bottom of the car has been stripped, sanded, and undercoated
Wheels and Tires
Weld Racing 15x5 front and 15x9.5 rear three piece RT Classic wheels. 26x4.5x15 fronts with 275/60/15 M/T Street
Radial rears
Chris Alston Chassisworks weld in 10 point roll cage. The entire roll cage is tied into the subframe connectors
and cross brace. The car is very rigid (doesn’t twist)
Removable/swing out door bars.
- TCP subframe connectors with cross brace and integrated driveshaft safety loop
Kirkey race seat
Impact racing 5 point harness (6 months old)
Impact Racing parachute with quick release on the mount (easily removable)
Removable window net
Parachute system is tied into the car properly with cross bracing to the framerails.
Custom made AFCO radiator
Dual 16” SPAL fans
Thermostatically controlled engine oil cooler
Transmission oil cooler
100% Water
Dupont Chroma base
Dupont Chroma Premiere clear coat
Wet sanded and buffed

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