Pair of 5.0 Mustangs with untouched stock long blocks - 1st is N/A, 2nd is Boosted
The first Reef Blue Notchback has a stock long block from throttle body to oil pan with only Exhaust, pulleys, and a MAF. It was also featured in 5.0 Mustang Magazine in 2004.
The Calypso Hatchback has a bone stock 90k engine with a Vortech S-trim (3.33 pulley.) The few mods it has are 1.7 cobra rockers, 24# injectors, 65mm TB, Power Pipe, 75mm mass air, shorty headers, h-pipe, mac catback, and a built rear with 3.55's. The car weighs about 3350 with driver.
2011 5.0L Mustang vs 5th Gen Camaro - BBK Horsepower Challenge with Jessica Barton
We go head to head with the 5-liter Coyote Mustang and 5th Gen 6.2-liter Camaro to determine who gets
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Performance parts to even the playing fields. powerTV's beautiful Jessica
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5.0 Mustang GT 1 Year Later
Here is my stang after 1 year of being modified top to bottom. Be sure to
see my before video!!!! Thanks to everyone who helped make this possible
and a special thanks to Cory and Jim Drennan
Best 5.0 Mustang heads... (Trick Flow???)
What is the best head, straight out of the box, for a standard bore and
stroke 5.0 liter 302 with a well matched cam and long tuned-style intake
(GT40/Cobra, etc...???) We are not talking about stroker motors or highly
modded engines... just a stock bottom end 5.0 with bolt-ons. Everyone has
their personal opinions... The over $1,000 TFS (Trock Flow), AFR (Air Flow
Research), Edelbrock, Ford Racing GT40X, etc... or the budget heads like
Flo-Tek 5.0X, Patriot, or worked over Iron versions like CNC E7 Power
Heads, ported GT40 or GT40P heads, etc... What do you guys think? Let the
head debates begin, lol.
Produced by John (Trae) King @ nedaCFilms & http://www.Mustang-Town.com
Craig's 93 Mustang LX Kenne Bell Flowmaster Exhaust
Please checkout my "flyby" video to hear a clearer sound of the Super 44's.
Give me your comments about Flowmaster 40 series vs Flowmaster Super 44's.
Link below for better super 44 sound:
5.0 Mustangs (Bolt-ons, GT40s, E-303 Cam, Cobra Intake)
Very old footage of my buddy Nate (orange '89 Mustang LX) and myself (black '86 Mustang GT) hanging out and
washing up the cars on a lazy Saturday afternoon... Video was shot during
spring/summer of 2002.
Produced by John (Trae) King @ nedaCFilms with background beats produced by
Rick Clarke (aka: Rickvanman) @ "Free Music from: Music4YourVids.co.uk"
5.0 Mustang: Wasting tires
Decided to go out and ruin these old street tires I have had forever. was a
great day, and finally found a good quiet, out of the way, and safe
location to dumb things, haha.
Trickflow Twisted Wedge heads,
Trickflow stage 2 cam,
typhoon intake manifold, upper and lower,
(intake is port matched to the heads, and cleaned up)
bbk 70mm throttle body NO EGR, or emissions
Pro-M 75mm MAF,
Stack Racing cold air intake,
Mark VIII electric fan, and DCC controler
bbk shortie headers,
bbk offroad h pipe,
Complete Emissions system delete,
Complete A/C system delete,
MSD ignition coil, & Anderson Pluge wires
promotion powertrain Cobra T5 transmission