Vortech brought over 30 vehicles to the SEMA show this year, we check out three of the hottest Fords from this years show.
by Michael Harding on November 15, 2013
The Kosmic Outcast may seem like something from out of this world, but Hot Rod Chassis & Cycle relies on Aeromotive to keep the juices flowing through the blown Oldsmobile 371 cubic inch Rocket. Check it out inside.
The star of the show was once again the Ford Mustang, winning the Hottest Car award for the second year in a row. There were plenty of custom Ford pony cars on display at SEMA this year, and here are our favorites.
Covercraft shows off their officially licesned 50th anniversary Mustang products, as well as their Covers for Causes products to raise money for breast cancer organizations.
Total Cost Involved and Magnaflow have teamed up to build one of the baddest Mustangs at the SEMA show. Check out this ’67 Stang built to compete in the the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational.
We check out Exedy’s high performance AT Sport Frictions for Mustangs and Fords equipped with 6R80 transmissions, these kits greatly increase the power handling capability of the factory automatic transmission.
by Don Creason on November 11, 2013
Kooks shows us how to get a minimum of 600 hp out of a Coyote with the Armageddon Turbo System, which was a joint venture between Kooks, Motiva, Tial, Garrett, Fludyne, and Goodridge
by Paul Huizenga on November 8, 2013
Is putting Ford power under the hood of America’s Sports Car inspired, or heretical? Whatever your opinion, you can’t argue with the ambition and vision that made it happen…
by Josh Kirsh on November 7, 2013
Check out this truly insane Foxbody Mustang built by Creations ‘n Chrome. Just don’t get any drool on your keyboard or smartphone!
by Don Creason on November 5, 2013
Ford Racing teased us with a couple of new products for at SEMA promising us more new stuff at the upcoming PRI show. We take a look at three of the hot new items from the blue oval’s performance division right here
by Mark Gearhart on November 13, 2012
When it comes to precisely reproducing vintage race cars at a high caliber, it typically comes at a big, big cost. It takes a lot of time, talent, and of course money to make it happen. When we saw the Pure Vision T-5R Mustang at the ARP booth at SEMA, we had finally found a company that was able to pull it off.
There are many different ways to build a Mustang. While there are many manufactures that build good, universal vehicles that can be used universally, there are few out there that built a street vehicle to be a real hardcore racer. Kenny Brown is one of the few that continue to expand on their GT-4 line of Mustangs
by Bobby Kimbrough on November 7, 2012
Auto Meter’s new race dash takes a lot of information and displays it in a small area that is easy to view. For a look at this one piece unit that was spawned by NASCAR’s sanctioning body to bring instruments to the next level, read more here:
by Mark Gearhart on November 5, 2012
It’s been a proverbial race for OEM-level aftermarket manufactures to build the baddest Mustang on the planet, and ROUSH has recently raised the bar with their 700hp RS3 Phase 3 Mustang SEMA show car. The power behind this monster is ROUSH’s new Phase 3 supercharger system.
by Mark Gearhart on October 30, 2012
With a dominant victory in the Global Rallycross Championship (GRC) finale, Fiesta driver Tanner Foust took home his second consecutive GRC Driver’s Championship here tonight on a special course built across the street from the annual SEMA Show. Inside is a recap and gallery from the event.
by Mark Gearhart on October 30, 2012
It was inevitable. EcoBoost is invading Ford – you see it on the side of the new NASCAR Ford Fusions and it is coming to Mustangs in 2015. It’s smart that Ford gets the racing community bought in first, and they are making that step with the Cobra Jet Twin Turbo concept.
During the entire SEMA show, we will be updating this gallery with the latest Mustang photos! We will bump it to the top once we have made an update. Our gallery starts with our Monday preview.
by Mark Gearhart on November 10, 2011
Looking to make around 1,000 hp from a Ford Racing manufactured crate engine? Well, look no further than the new low compression 5.0 Aluminator long block and Whipple 2.9L 10-rib drive kit. The crate engine is essentially a Aluminator long block with a different set of headers, 2.9L supercharger, and BOSS heads.
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by Andrew Wolf on November 8, 2011
Last year, it was an over-the-top 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback, and this year, the Ring Brothers have remained with the first-gen Pony car theme with a sharp 1965 Mustang Fastback that they’ve teamed up with Royal Purple to create.