While drag racing and road course racing are both enjoyed by crowds of people in their highly modified vehicles, they are vastly different sports. Other than the obvious difference of straight line vs. curved course, there are handling, speed, distance and modification aspects that all have to be taken into account for optimal performance. But leave it to our new friends at VMP Tuning and no matter if you race a straight path or a curved one, you’ll be humming to the victory note in no time.
First of all, we’d like to welcome VMP Tuning to the Stang TV family. VMP offers exceptional tuning services for Mustangs, including the new 5.0L and GT500 models. Tunes can be done on VMP’s mobile Dynojet chassis dyno or you can have your tune emailed directly to you for quick, convenient service. The company even offers remote datalogging.
If its Mustang related and all about performance, VMP Tuning has it for you. And every thing that VMP sells is dyno-tested, so you know you’re getting quality products.
VMP also uses test vehicles, like their 2012 Boss, to test out new products. Earlier this month, the Boss was in Dawsonville, Georgia hashing out some curves at the new Atlanta Motorsports Park with the help of long-time drag racer Rebecca Starkey.
Starkey has driven her 2011 VMP-tuning, Roushcharged 5.0L Mustang to a 9.79-second quarter mile victory at 140mph and currently holds the record for the fastest Coyote with a stock engine and a stock transmission. Although she’s used to the drag strip, Starkey was tearing up the 2-mile road course in no time with the help of Track Guys instructor Bart Roberts.
The 2012 Boss will serve as a test vehicle for VMP for Boss-specific upgrades, such as the 2.3L supercharger and cooling upgrades. In the near future, the car will also receive a Kenny Brown suspension system to handle everything that VMP will be throwing at it.
Welcome to the family VMP Tuning and we can’t wait to stay up to date with everything you have to offer for the Mustang and other Ford models.