“LSX Shop” Builds A Mustang, The Result Is Breathtaking
Now, when it comes to a shop like Vengeance Racing, we know them for being ...
Now, when it comes to a shop like Vengeance Racing, we know them for being traditionally General Motors based with their builds. These days, though, maybe that’s a bit unfair as it seems like they’re touching all sorts of brands and turning them to gold. After all, how could we forget the SRT Viper built by Vengeance that could be seen in the half-mile doing some incredibly amazing things? Now that the calendar has turned to 2019, it turns out that Vengeance isn’t done pulling the tricks out of their sleeve.
Over the last couple of years, while it might have taken a little bit of prying it convincing, the guys have popped into some different platforms to try out. The results are nothing short of impressive. We honestly wouldn’t expect anything less from such a shop. This time, all that we get is a little bit of a teaser and some dyno footage. However, what we’re seeing is certainly something that could make the heart skip a beat, especially for folks who are looking to upgrade their Mustangs
This time, the chapter that has become well-known for its General Motors vehicles expands into Ford territory. Look out! As it turns out, they’ve grabbed hold of Street Car Takeover owner, Justin Keith’s 2018 Ford Mustang. With a couple of key modifications, they really brought this thing to a place where just about anybody who sees it is going to fall in love.
When the car came into Vengeance, it was really nothing special as a showroom stock Mustang. However, with the help of a ProCharger P1x and Kooks headers along with a custom fuel system and other supporting mods, the machine really got the Vengeance magic sprinkled on heavily. Once they finished tuning it, the beast would lay down 915 rear wheel horsepower in a dyno display that sends a chill down the spine. For those who want to see this thing in action, we wouldn’t be shocked to find it at a Street Car Takeover event.
For those who might be interested in their own, we spoke with Ron Mowen, the owner of Vengeance, and he told us to keep our eye out. They might just be offering up a couple of packages in the near future should other Mustang fanatics want the Vengeance Racing treatment.
Vengeance Racing modifies our first FORD MUSTANG…. A 2018 Mustang to be exact… owned by our trusting friend Justin Keith from Street Car Takeover. As those of you following know, we have spent the last 13 years specializing in late model GM performance, however we have dabbled in a few alternative projects including a few Hellcat/Demon builds, a Whipple charged Ford Raptor, a Twin Turbo Viper and even a nitrous fed Porsche 911! Well, now we are taking in the plunge into a territory that we all swore we never would, but with the power potential and popularity of this new Coyote / 10-speed automatic combination we just couldn’t say no to this project that ended up with 900RWHP!Modification list is short:ProCharger P1X Supercharger System w/ Race BOVKooks Headers and Exhaust Custom Fuel System w/ DeatschWerks InjectorsBillet Oil Pump GearsUPR Products Suspension / Catch CansIgnite Racing Ethanol FuelWELD Racing Wheels
Posted by Vengeance Racing on Thursday, February 28, 2019