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Old 05-20-2014, 10:09 PM   #1
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Team UPR brought our 2011 5.0, the Stealth Fighter, out to PBIR for some after work Test n Tune fun on Friday night. With UPRsharad rowing the gears of the MT-82 manual transmission, it ran 10.89 @ 128 on 19"/20" wheels, at 3870lbs with driver.

For nearly 20 years, UPR Products has been known for Streetable Performance, and the Stealth Fighter is no exception. It is a true "Daily Driver". The GT is equipped with UPR's Pro Street Suspension Package for 2011-14 Mustangs. With adjustable struts & shocks, UPR Pro Series Lowering Springs, and Eibach swaybars, our 2011 is actually set up for Handling- but this suspension package is quite versatile, as demonstrated by the 1.63 60-foot time on 19" drag radials. Remarkably, with UPR's Pro Series 93-octane tune, it pulled 31.7 MPGs on the two hour trip to the track, and it was raced on the same tune, same tires, and same fuel used to drive it to and from the racetrack.

Notable mods include a UPR-spec ProCharger D-1SC at 10lbs, JMS PowerMAX, DeatschWerks 60# injectors, UPR/SCT Pro Series 93 Octane Tune, UPR X-pipe, Roush Mufflers, and 305/35-19 M/T Drag Radials. Otherwise, the car still sports its factory engine, manual transmission, and rear end!
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Old 05-21-2014, 04:30 PM   #2
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Damn.. clean launch and smooth shifting

Congrats on the 10's! Do procharged 5.0's generally run 10's at 10 psi (!?)
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Old 05-21-2014, 07:23 PM   #3
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Damn.. clean launch and smooth shifting

Congrats on the 10's! Do procharged 5.0's generally run 10's at 10 psi (!?)
According to mishri they do.
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Do you think this car has 9's in it with bigs n littles and some rear end work?
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Old 05-23-2014, 01:57 PM   #5
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Jeez Sharad, 3870 lbs, did you gain some weight? lol

Kidding aside, very impressive, congrats
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Old 05-23-2014, 10:06 PM   #6
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Nice driving! Those shifts sound so sick, nice work man.
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Congrats on the 10's! Do procharged 5.0's generally run 10's at 10 psi (!?)
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Do you think this car has 9's in it with bigs n littles and some rear end work?
Thanks stealth_GT. They do usually run 10s at 10psi. However, most guys run them with bigs n littles, headers, race gas with extra timing... It turns out it was quite a challenge to get my car into the 10s at full weight with the 19/20 wheels, stock headers, HANDLING suspension, and daily driven pump 93 tune. But I was adamant about doing it the exact same way I drive it on the street. No cheating.

A friend of mine has a very similar setup, and he's run 10.0 on 15" wheels, full exhaust, and race gas with extra timing.


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Jeez Sharad, 3870 lbs, did you gain some weight? lol

Kidding aside, very impressive, congrats
LOL, thanks! Actually I just hit a new low- 147lbs. The car is a LEGIT "full weight" car, heavier than stock with the blower weight. I wanted to run it exactly the way I drive it every day. I take my kids to school in the car!


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Thanks dude. I love a good powershift!
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I wish I could shift that fast! I was wondering why it was a high 10, since there are 5.0's without forced induction apparently running high 10's, but no telling how much weight they have shed or how much octane+timing they are running. To go from high 12's stock to high 10's without a blower is just freaking crazy talk. they must be hiding a bottle of nitrous or gutting the car.
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I wish I could shift that fast! I was wondering why it was a high 10, since there are 5.0's without forced induction apparently running high 10's, but no telling how much weight they have shed or how much octane+timing they are running. To go from high 12's stock to high 10's without a blower is just freaking crazy talk. they must be hiding a bottle of nitrous or gutting the car.
There are coyote 5.0s running 9s NA! Mine is a full weight street car on 19/20s. Tooooootally different ball game. My friend Mitchel Pope ran 10.0 with the same setup as me, but 15" wheels, FULL exhaust, and race gas.
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Damn.. you guys make me want to get a 5.0 and just build a race car out of it. I don't care if I have to store it for 8 months out of the year lol
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