Supercharged Ford Mustang RTR Spec 3 is great for smoking all those cute Italian Exotics
The former normally adds 19-inch (now defunct) black alloys, a front splitter, six-piston Brembo brakes, a few lightweight chassis mods and a few other things, while the latter brings you the Shaker Pro audio system, seats. memory, ambient lighting and blind spot detection.
Now let’s talk about all the modifications, starting with the Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine, which now uses a Ford Performance supercharger, stainless steel long-tube manifolds, MagnaFlow exhaust and a JLT cold air intake. It also only has 5,300 miles (8,530 km) on the odometer.
In terms of visuals, almost everything comes courtesy of RTR. The vehicle features 20-inch Tech 7 wheels, RTR shocks, lowering springs and stabilizer bars (front and rear), an RTR upper front grille with LED lighting units, as well as the custom front spoiler. , bumper inserts, hood exhaust vents, rear diffuser, spoiler, trunk lid panel, rocker arm splitters and fender badges – again, all courtesy of the same company.
As for the interior, there is an RTR gearshift knob and floor mats, as well as an nGauge tuner system.
Finally, we must mention the performance, because the announcement is also accompanied by a dynamometric sheet, pointing to this car depositing no less than 678 horsepower at the wheels, or nearly 800 horsepower at the crank according to our estimates.
It doesn’t take a lot of imagination to imagine this thing completely demolishing an original Mustang GT in a straight line, before tackling cars that cost 3-4 times as much.