JPC Racing Has First N/A 2011 Mustang GT In 9′s

Posted by on November 16, 2011 - zero


JPC Racing has become the first to break into the 9 second zone with a naturally aspirated 2011 Mustang GT, going 9.975 at 137.06 MPH. The car has a race weight of just 3,000 pounds, makes 550 horsepower to the wheels. Check out the full list of mods below!

Engine

  • 318ci by JPC/RGR
  • JPC/RGR Stage II CNC-ported heads
  • JPC/RGR Custom camshafts
  • Ford Racing Boss Intake
  • JLT Carbon Fiber Air Intake
  • L&M 82mm Throttle Body
  • Moroso Oil Pan
  • ATI Balancer
  • JPC Racing/cp-e™ Return Style Fuel System
  • JPC 1 3/4″ Long-tube Headers and 2 3/4″ X-pipe
  • MSD Two-Step Rev Controller
  • Stock PCM Tuned by Kevin MacDonald

Drivetrain

  • Tremec TKO-600 Pro-Shifted by Liberty Transmissions
  • McLeod RST Clutch, Flywheel, and Pressure Plate
  • Strange 8.8 Spool and 33-spline axles
  • Strange 4.88:1 gears
  • Strange adjustable rear shocks and adjustable coil-over struts
  • JPC One-piece aluminum driveshaft
  • QuickTime Bell-housing

Chassis

  • JPC Adjustable Upper Control Arm
  • Metco Lower Control Arms
  • Insane Fabrication 8-point roll-bar
  • BMR tubular K-member and A-arms
  • Flaming River Manual Rack and Pinion
  • Kirkey Racing seats
  • Bogart R/T wheels with Mickey Thompson 28×10.5-inch slicks

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