Some people take engine tuning to a completely other level! Such is the case in this astonishing video we have for all of you today! The company Modular Mustang Racing from Camarillo, CA is pushing the Ford factory engines to the their limit. In this case we have 2010 Mustang as 10.5 Outlaw race car with Shelby GT500`s 5.4L V8 twin-turbocharged engine, that passes 1/4 mile below 7 seconds and a top speed over 200 mph. That is some serious power right there! They swapped out the engine trough MMR for a 5.0L unit from a Coyote with lower displacement. However, the new engine isn’t short on horsepower and according to Mark Luton who also drives the car tell us that the motor makes, believe it or not, 2,138 horsepower.
So, this engine is the most powerful Mustang Coyote engine in the world. Just hearing the sound of this Coyote engine will certainly give you chills!
How they reached 2,000+ HP? MMR has started with stock aluminum block, billet connecting rods, Manley M2500 pistons, race prepped and cryo treated Boss 302 crankshaft as well as custom turbo camshafts. They have also added a set of Boss 302 Stage 3R ported heads and Roadrunner intake manifold together with an Accufab throttle body of 105mm and a pair of massive turbochargers by Garrett — 80mm GT4508X. At the end, this combination proved that it is fast as with the previous setup, 1/4 mile in 7.02 second and a top speed of 202.55 mph.
The guys at Modular Mustang Racing have truly outdone themselves this time! You just have to check out their Coyote in action! This is one great video we have for you guys, so make sure you check it out and enjoy!