A project we just took in is this 2007 Ford Mustang GT that the customer is having us install a Whipple supercharger on. We are currently acquiring the rest of the pieces to the build. Here you can see pics of the blower, new spark plugs, and higher flow fuel injectors. Stay tuned for the completion.
Update: the Z car from our exhuast post a couple weeks back has returned for a new clutch and slave cylinder along with the necessary components. Should be a big difference in engagement for a more positive driving experience.
We had in this neat little 240-Z that is a daily driver as well as a weekend autocross toy. Customer stated it was in need of exhaust repair and replacement of the intake/exhaust gasket. This is a car that is truly enjoyed and shows you don’t need a big budget for big fun.
Subframe connectors are steel tube reinforcements that are welded to the bottom of the car. They connect the front and rear subframes together. This strengthens the flexible floorpan between the two subframes, and greatly increases the rigidity of the Mustang’s unibody chassis providing a better ride, improved handling, and a longer lifespan for the floor pan as it helps prevent fatigue.
The owner of this brand new 2016 Denali pickup came by to order up a ReadyLIft leveling kit for up front; and a Firestone Ride Rite air spring kit for the rear. An alignment was performed after installing the leveling kit to verify nothing was off and the valves to inflate the rear bags are neatly attached to a bracket on the rear hitch bar.
Updated: Blower is installed, belt is routed, and throttle body with the intake is on. Working on intercooler plumbing and some other odds and ends then it will go across the shop to the dyno to get some serious power out of it.
We have this ’07 Mustang here for a supercharger install and when its completed it will need to be fully retuned. The supercharger looks right at home under there. Check out the series of pictures showing the progress. Will post the final results on our Facebook page when its all done.
Update: The Mustang is just about all buttoned up and ready to go on the dyno for the tuning portion of its visit.