Eric's 2001 Black Mustang GT
For sale!! $14,500
over $20k in mods alone
email me at email@example.com
I bought it in March of 2004 from a listing on www.autotrader.com It
was a couple grand under book so I had to jump on it. Honestly I think
I could have gotten it for a bit less as the guy accepted my first
offer! It was bone stock when I got it with 43,000 miles and since then
I've done a thing or two with it.
The only modifications that I didn't do by myself or with the help of a
friend was the paint on the mach 1 hood and the mounting of the tires
on the black bullitts. Other then that this car has seen a considerable
amount of sweat from me.
For the record, it's not a mach 1
I'm not doing a mach 1 clone, I'm just taking bits and pieces of different mustangs and making it my own
The weather was great so I painted my calipers and washed the car, here they are....
And a photoshoot in Des Moines along with some fun in photoshop!
- 4.6L Modular V8
- Mach 460 6 disk, 6 speaker stereo
- Grey cloth interior (yes I prefer cloth)
- Traction control (deactivated by SCT tune)
- Lightly tinted windows
- Aftercooled V2 s-trim
- 42# injectors
- 90mm Lightning MAF
- 03 cobra heat exchanger
- Custom 4" power pipe
- Magnaflow cat back exhaust
- Mac OR/X pipe
- Port upper intake
- 70mm FRPP Throttle Body
Air/oil separator in pcv line
- SCT Xcalibrator tuning
Eibach Pro-Kit lowering springs
UPR Subframe connectors
UPR Chrome Moly lower control arms
UPR Chrome Moly upper control arms
Battery relocation to trunk with shut off switch
- Steeda Tri-axShort throw shifter
- 3.73 gears
- Rear seat delete with custom subwoofer and amp enclosure
- UPR black anodized shifter knob
- OEM Mach 1 gauge cluster
- UPR black billet gas cover
- UPR black shifter bezel
- Corbeau TRS microsuede seats
Autometer gauges: Boost/Vacuum and Oil Pressure
- Mach 1 shaker hood
- Mach 1 Chin spoiler
- Sequential tail lights
- Steeda grille delete
- 2000 Mustang spoiler mounted 2.5" back of stock location
- 17x8" black bullitts wrapped in 245/45/17 Kumho 711's on front
- 17x10.5" deep dish black bullits inside of 315/35/17 nitto 555R's in the back
- 2001 Bullitt side scoops
- UPR stainless steel radiator cover
- UPR billet engine bay cap coversPolished supercharger and aftercooler
- Polished supercharger and aftercooler
- Billet parts
- Antenna Delete kit
- Shave badges
- Coil over front suspension
- Torque arm
- Fresh paint
- New side skirts
- Terminator fuel tank
- GT40 fuel pumps
- forged shortblock
- higher flow cams/heads
My modification theme is pretty simple really.. Keep it clean,
lean, and very mean. I'm not a big fan of flashy mods but I want it too
look sleek and go fast. I'll be working on suspension and styling mods
next but will take a bit of a break from that to pay off bills first.
I'm having plenty of fun with the blower right now anyway
Anybody looking for piping or rubber elbows should check out this site.
It's not all the prettiest stuff but it does the trick. I made my power
pipe and inlet elbow for under $200 including the powdercoating. The
power pipe alone would cost $225 at least from AFM
I got some times with the blower now!....
12.656 @ 113.61 mph with a crappy 60' time of 1.975
I'm pretty much slicks, some weight reduction, and cooler air from cracking into 11s!
Punishing my tires:
27 meg dyno video
4 meg dyno video
It's tuned and tearing around!
I'd post my updated numbers if I still had a scanner. I pulled 414 rwhp and 384 rwtq in Dallas on the Dallas Mustang dyno
At the line at Cedar Falls Raceway and on the rollers at EJ's Dyno in Omaha, NE
Now that was a few bucks worth of tires right there!
Here are a few pictures from World Ford Challenge 8....
This is how we roll!
From the MCCI Car show at Valley Junction in Des Moines, Iowa.
Pictures right after completing the blower installation:
Here is my custom rear seat delete. It comes out in under 5 minutes when I go to the track
Here are my new Corbeau TRS microsuede seats in black
One of my favorite pictures that I took on the way home to see the
family. Driving while taking pictures... do not try this at home.