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Old 11-07-2015, 11:40 AM   #1
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V10 ... I'm SO doing this to mine!

World's Wildest Mustang II. Is it an Evolution or Revolution? Click image for larger version

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Friend of mine built a 6.8 V10 Fox Body. It was a blast.

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You could hardly call that a Mustang II. From the ground up that thing is BUILT like an Indy car. That is one of the most beautifully crafted cars I've ever seen, and I don't particularly like the II compared to any other Mustang.
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O.O wow

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Wow, a Mustang 2 I actually like. I'd like to hear how it sounds.


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Have fun with the parts. Not exactly a lot of performance parts available for the Ford V10s. They will act and feel like truck engines, because they are. Haven't seen any cams for them, or aftermarket heads. It'll be a fun 4500rpm though.

I considered it myself, but that is a hell of a lot of weight, and not a lot of aftermarket support..... Now there are websites dedicated to selling Viper engines though, if you have the $ to spend that would be a cool build.
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Doesn't banks make a decent amount of aftermarket stuff for the truck engines?

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All that work for only 396 hp and 475 lb ft.... that's just sad. That thing needs forced induction .... badly.

Car is certainly BA though.
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That that kind of build is for kudos only... But I like it for that reason also


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Have fun with the parts. Not exactly a lot of performance parts available for the Ford V10s. They will act and feel like truck engines, because they are. Haven't seen any cams for them, or aftermarket heads. It'll be a fun 4500rpm though.

I considered it myself, but that is a hell of a lot of weight, and not a lot of aftermarket support..... Now there are websites dedicated to selling Viper engines though, if you have the $ to spend that would be a cool build.

I bet a pair a turbos would fix up some ponies! Lol


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