AutoMobile Uploads Ford Mustang GT Race Car

The AutoMobile Uploads Krew has several project cars in the works but we would like to take a moment and highlight our centerfold project for 2013.

Introducing the AutoMobile Uploads Mustang GT Race Car.

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Len from AutoMobile Uploads purchased his Mustang GT bone stock in 2005. Less than a week later the modifications began. Since then, his GT has been through numerous transformations to obtain the most RWHP while remaining a “Street” car. We’ve been able to drive his car to and from the race track while posting 7 second 1/8th mile times.

Actually the 7.11 second 1/8th mile at Irwindale has been both the gift and the curse. Len’s car didn’t have a roll cage installed at the time and was kicked off of the track until he had one put in. He decided he’d kill two birds with one stone and sent his car to the shop for a custom roll cage install, while his tuner changed out his cams for boost cams and made some transmission adjustments. Unfortunately while the car was on the dyno, the engine threw a rod (The curse).  Essentially, the car now needs a new block and will need to be rebuilt from the ground up, which means much more $$$. BUT, on the bright side, we have the opportunity to take the time to build a stronger motor and develop our goals moving forward for next year (The Gift).

The plan is to build a 750-800 rwhp Mustang GT that will run a 9 second quarter mile without Nitrous.  This car should also have the ability to be driven to and from the track with no trailers etc.

We also have made plans to improve upon the cosmetics and acquire sponsorships etc., with intent to show the car as the AutoMobile Uploads Mustang next year. The list of shows will be announced closer to date, but our main goal is to secure a spot at the SEMA show next Fall.

We will continue to photograph and take video of the build to keep you all posted on how things are coming along. We encourage you all to stay tuned both here and on our Facebook page to get the latest info on our build.

For those that are curious about the specifics, we’ve listed all of the equipment on both the old motor and on the new build.

Shoot us an email at Automobileuploads@gmail.com with any questions related to the Mustang build.

As always, Thanks for reading!

Old motor:
281cid stock aluminum block
•Kellogg crankshaft/Diamond Pistons /manley H beam rods 8:5:1 compression
•Stock heads with valve job
•GT 500 oil pump
•All ARP heads studs
•Ford racing Hot Rod cams
•GT 500 dual fuel pumps with Kenne Bell boost-a-pump/60Lbs injectors
•Kooks long tube headers with x pipe and flow masters
•HP = 640 rwhp / 515 rwtq conservative tune @16psi race tune with 112vp fuel. 530rwhp/498rwtq pump gas 91octane
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Supercharger: 2.8H(high output=h) kenne bell Mammoth w/ 168mm mono blade throttle body.
•8rib pulley upgrade with belt/ thumper double tensioner and innovators West 10% Over drive balancer

Transmission: converted from 5speed to a 4r70w 3speed w/over drive
•B&M shifter/w shift kit
•trans controller
•3300 stall converter
•converted to 1 piece aluminum driveshaft
•3.73 ford racing gear

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Suspension:
•BMR suspension includes: k member,rear drag anti roll kit, upper and lower control arms
•Lakewood drags shocks 50/50 with ford racing drag springs front and back.
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Wheels:
•Race stars race wheels/ Mickey Thompson drag radials

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New Motor:
•Teksid Block 281CID 10:1 compression
•Stage 3 ported heads with Manley valves
• CP Flat top pistons,forged steel cobra crank, and Manley H beam rods
•Stage 3 Comp cams Xfi blower cams
•Dual KB boost-a-pump
•80lbs Ford Racing injectors
•Bullitt oil pump
•Zex nitrous Wet shot 75-100 approximately
HP goal= 750-800rwhp on blower w/o nitrous which should result in a 9 second 1/4 mile.
•We plan to use C16 vp fuel or 118 shell fuel

UPDATE

The car has received some cosmetic and mechanical upgrades since this post was created. Here are more recent shots of the car.

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