Under the hood of what looks like a pretty normal drag Mustang sits a 540 cubic inch engine that is force fed air by a PAIR of 88mm turbos. The result is 2,500 horsepower.
Ever wonder what would happen if you deleted the 2015 Mustang’s stock resonator with the new Roush parts? In short, it sounds flipping amazing.
When you think of something that’s epically fast, how much horsepower do you imagine it having? 1,000? You’re definitely getting into hypercar territory, although most modified Supras now crank out that much, too. What about a Mustang that could smoke all of those cars?
I love turbo cars. They make great wooshy noises and generally have enough horsepower and torque to restart a small planet’s gravitational field. Unfortunately, the turbo Mustang you see here hasn’t really been tuned properly and, well, things go wrong quickly.
What we have here is the drop-top version of the Mystichrome Terminator Mustang.