This 548 Chevy engine is equipped with an Edelbrock 24-degree CNC cylinder heads, an Edelbrock Super Victor II CNC manifold, a Carb Shop billet carburetor and an F2 non intercooled ProCharger that helps out out 1,557 horsepower and 1,158 lb.ft. of torque!
This isn’t for the weak. Turn it up if you can handle it.
The owner of this Mustang was eager to get it back on the strip after making some mods to improve its performance.
“There’s more left in the car with a more aggressive tune and higher boost, but unfortunately the car is only legal to 8.50s and the season’s come to an end,” said the vehicle’s owner and youtube poster.
He continues to say that he believes it’s the world’s fastest pass for a Mustang on a true (synchronized) manual transmission.
Check it out, and tell us what you think. Leave a comment below, or send us a tweet to @PowerBlockTV.
This week on a NEW episode of HorsePower, we celebrate Edelbrock’s 75 years of high performance with a special build on a new 5.0-Liter Mustang! This pony car will be getting a new E-Force supercharger, Ford Racing suspension, exhaust and much more!
“A supercharged Mustang needs a super suspension to handle all the extra power, and that’s exactly what we’re gonna give it with this Ford Racing handling pack. … It’s designed to give the car more road course attitude without sacrificing any of the handling,” said HorsePower host Mike Galley.
Not only is HorsePower building the ultimate performance Mustang, but we will be giving it away to one lucky PowerBlock viewer! Want your chance to win? Click here: Edelbrock Mustang Giveaway
You can catch this episode of HorsePower at 9:30 a.m. EST Saturday and Sunday (April 27-28) on Spike TV. Check your local listings for specific times.
In our world, if you looked up “high performance” in the dictionary Vic Edelbrock’s picture would be there! This weekend Courtney helps celebrate Edelbrock’s 75th anniversary with Vic himself. You’ll get more details on how to win Vic’s 75th anniversary Mustang GT tricked out by our HorsePower guys — You know, it includes an E-Force Supercharger! Plus, the winner gets an expense-paid trip for two to the SEMA show in Las Vegas and dinner with Vic. Plus, we’ll look back at the history of Edelbrock starting with the company’s first part in 1938, an intake for the Ford Flathead.
It’s all on PowerBlock March 9 & 10. To enter the Edelbrock 75th Anniversary Mustang Giveaway go to Edelbrock.com or enter here @ PowerBlockTV.com
Enter the Edelbrock 75th Anniversary Mustang giveaway for your chance to win the ultimate performance package and a trip to the 2013 SEMA show! One winner will receive a one-of-a-kind, signature edition Mustang complete with an Edelbrock E-force supercharger and Ford Racing upgrades. The winner will receive a two night trip for two to attend the 2013 SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada, from November 5, 2013-November 7, 2013, and attend as personal guests of Vic Edelbrock!
Join Courtney this weekend as she reveals the “Mustang Build Powered By Women!” Hypertech’s Marla Moore and Ford’s Jennifer Seely will stop in to preview this pony car that you’ll be able to bid on to own. Earlier this summer an all-female team from the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network, 40 in total who all work in the automotive aftermarket, came together in the Source Interlink Media “Hot Rod” garage to make history and build a tricked out 2013 Ford Mustang. Over 30 companies donated over 50 parts, including Ford with the Mustang GT, Edelbrock with a supercharger, Magnaflow donated an exhaust, Wilwood donated brakes, P-Zero tires from Pirelli and Forgeline gave GA1R wheels with a custom finish, as well as numerous parts from Summit Racing and products from Royal Purple. Jennifer came up with the winning design for the car that will be unveiled at SEMA October 30 in the Ford booth. Then it goes up for auction on eBay with all proceeds benefiting the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Last, but certainly not least — check out this killer resto Greg Rogers did on a very rough ’68 Chevy C-10. He swapped out the old 307, 2 barrel, three on the three, for a 383 Stroker automatic built by TNT Engineering that makes 425hp. Gary Hibdon did all the body and paint work, spending six weeks on the rear bed alone. As his first ever resto, Greg replaced just about everything on the truck. It’s wrapped in PPG Concept, GM Light Green and White and rolls on 20 inch Toys Wheels and Toyo rubber. Check it out on PowerBlock October 27 & 28. For more go to www.sema.org/SEMAMustangBuild