Dom's 1994 Mustang GT
Modifications completed include:
-2 inche Intrax suspension drop front and back.
-H-pipe exhaust with flow cats (aircare) and magnaflow chrome tips. (+10-15hp)
-Aftermarket tail lights/clear corner markers.
-17X8 Black Bullit wheels (front), 17X10.5 Black Bullit wheels (rear.)
-Two tone leather interior with Mustang embroidery.
-White faced gauges and aluminum A/C knobs and billet.
-BBK Cold air induction. (+10hp)
-BBK equal length ceramic & chromed shorty headers. (+8-20hp)
-BBK 75mm throttle body. (+8-12hp)
-Underdrive pulleys (+10hp)
-Bullit Brake Conversion kit. 13 inche rotors in front, and 11+ inche rotors in rear. Red running horse calipers in front as well. (Better brakes for increased horse power is a must.)
-Ford Racing aluminum drive shaft to shed about 20 pounds of weight and to give the car more power off the line and increased torque.
-Side scoops/rear spoiler/front hood painted black.
-Silver 10" wide dual racing stripes (with outer pin stripes) on front hood and rear spoiler.
-"302 GT" custom gloss black rocker panel stripes.
-Replacement "running horse" hood insulator, attached to underside of the hood, (black) for show.
-Rear window louvers (aluminum and black painted) for show and to keep the sun's rays off the rear leather seats during the summer.
-Chromed: oil filler cap, radiator cap, brake fluid cap, steering fluid cap & strut tower bolts. Also an aluminum fuse box cover with a "302 high powered" stick on logo to be applied for show and one more 302 "high powered" stick on logo for between the tail lights complimenting the already located Ford blue oval.
Future modifications for 2009:
Cast and camber plates, front and rear sway bars, sub frame connectors and upper/lower control arms. (Handling, steering, anti roll and prevention of frame flex, during cornering, is all that really needs to be improved beyond 2008. These mods will keep the wheels on the road and maximize tire friction when accelerating too. Means faster acceleration from a stop and a car that better holds the road on both straightaways and corners. Engine rebuild & chroming of engine could be in the future as well. Chromed engines win GVMA prizes!
The car will then be finished and could reach 300hp! This SN95 Mustang weighs approximately 3500 pounds. Now that's a serious "horsepower/weight" ratio at work! Some of these pictures were taken at the Greater Vancouver Mustang Association's 26th Ford Round Up this past August 2008. http://www.gvma.org/ All the best MW! I'll be back next year!