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Custom 2001 Ford Mustang Svt Cobra, 5.1l Stroker, Supercharged 532 Rwhp, 6-speed on 2040-cars

Year:2001 Mileage:96000 Color: does have a few scratches and chips
Location:

Alton, New Hampshire, United States

Alton, New Hampshire, United States

 Custom 2001 Mustang SVT Cobra. This is an adult owned, never raced, clean title car.  There is almost $85k invested at this point…   I have receipts for most everything and a few spare parts to go with it.

 The car has a 5.1 Liter all aluminum stroker motor in a Teksid block with forged internals that are safe to 8000 rpm. It is currently tuned to 7500 rpm, and with the ATI P1-SC supercharger @ 10psi of boost makes 532 rwhp with a very safe air/fuel ratio. The engine has ported Fox Lake stage-3 aluminum heads, big cams, ported aluminum intake manifold, steel Canton 7-quart roadracing baffled oil pan, Kooks stainless steel longtube headers and Bassani stainless steel X-pipe and cat-back exhaust. The car has an Accusump 3 quart hydraulic oil accumulator with an isolation valve for cold starts and hard driving, for total oil capacity of approximately 11 quarts, as well as an electric water pump. The drivetrain is a McLeod dual disc clutch in a Lakewood scattershield, G-Force 1200hp rated 6-speed T-56  transmission, custom steel driveshaft w. safety loop, Drive Shaft Shop 900hp rated half-shafts, a Torsen differential with Ford Racing 3.73 gears and a Billetflow differential brace.  The car has a full Maximum Motorsports suspension including welded tubular K-member/front sub frame w. remote oil filter kit, coil-overs with adjustable ride height both front and rear, Bilstein shocks/struts with the front struts recently rebuilt by Bilstein, tubular lower control arms, caster/camber plates, bumpsteer adjusters front and rear, polyurethane and aluminum suspension bushings, and chassis braces including welded in subframe connectors, K-member brace and strut tower brace. The car rides on Ford Racing 18" x 9.5" 2000 Cobra R wheels held on with ARP wheel bolts, Michelin PS2 Pilot Sport 275-40ZR18 tires, and has Wilwood 14" 2-piece 6 piston front brakes with Griggs Racing brake cooling ducts. At present, the car has approximately 13K miles on the new All Ford built motor, and approximately 23K miles on the new transmission and clutch. The following new parts were installed in approximately the last 10k miles: steering rack, Flaming River steering shaft, Procharger idler pulley, inner CV joints, alignment. The following new parts were installed in approximately the last 13K miles: Torsen differential, Wilwood 15" 2 piece 6-piston front brakes, Cobra fuel tank/fuel pump, A/C compressor, oil cooler.  There is not a lot left that's still stock on this car. The engine is making 532 rwhp with a very safe air/fuel ratio--which is about 620 hp at the crank. The supercharger currently on it is the one designed for the original factory 4.6L non-supercharged high compression motor, so it doesn't flow nearly as much air as this built engine could use. The supercharger can be rebuilt by ATI and upgraded to D1-SC internals for approximately $1K. With a 15psi pulley and a new dyno tune, this combination should make north of 800 hp, 650 hp at the wheels at least, but I just have not felt the need. The rest of the driveline has been built to take pretty much anything you could throw at it. This car is a blast on the back roads, yet I see as high as 26 mpg on the interstate. I have taken good care of her and the interior is in great condition, with new carpeting and a Ford Racing FR500 steering wheel, as well as an alarm system. The exterior does have a few scratches and chips, but overall the car really looks good. The odometer shows about 109k, but with the gear swap, it actually has right around 96k.  With just about the entire drivetrain, suspension and steering replaced in the last 23k miles, it isn't an issue anyway.  Most of the listed work was done by Jeff at All Ford Performance in Vancouver, WA. Consistently maintained and mechanically very good, all told, there is close to $85K into this project.  Although she's been a great car to have and to drive, changing priorities calls for a sale. I'd like to see her go to a good home, and this is your chance to get a lot of car for the money.

 PARTS LIST

•           5.1 Liter all aluminum supercharged 32-valve V-8 motor, built by All Ford Performance

•           Teksid aluminum block

•           Kellogg steel stroker crankshaft

•           Manley forged H-beam rods, forged pistons

•           Forged internals safe to 8,000 rpm, tuned to 7,500 rpm

•           ATI P1-SC supercharger with 10 psi pulley

•           Fox Lake Stage 3 ported aluminum heads

•           Camshafts, beehive springs

•           Ported intake manifold

•           Canton 7 quart roadracing baffled oil pan

•           Mezier electric water pump

•           Kooks stainless steel longtube headers

•           Bassani stainless steel X-pipe and cat-back exhaust system

•           Custom mounted road-racing Accusump 3-quart hydraulic oil accumulator with isolation toggle switch

•           McLeod dual-disc clutch

•           Steeda adjustable clutch cable

•           Lakewood bellhousing/scattershield

•           G-Force T-56 6-speed overdrive transmission rated to 1200 horsepower

•           Pro-5.0 shifter

•           Custom steel driveshaft rated to 1,200 horsepower

•           Torsen differential with Ford Racing 3.73 gears

•           Billetflow differential brace

•           DSS half-shafts with 31-spline inner CV joints, rated to 900 horsepower

•           Ford Racing 18in x 9.5in 2000 Cobra R aluminum wheels with ARP wheel bolts

•           Maximum Motorsports 1/2in wheel spacer in back

•           Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 275/40-ZR18 tires

•           Maximum Motorsports tubular steel K-member

•           Maximum Motorsports tubular steel lower control arms

•           Maximum Motorsports coil-over kit with Bilstein shocks/struts

•           Maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates

•           Maximum Motorsports K-member brace, strut tower brace, welded in subframe connectors

•           Adjustable tie-rods front & rear

•           Maximum Motorsports IRS differential, upper/lower control arm, rear subframe bushings

•           Maximum Motorsports steering shaft, aluminum steering rack bushings

•           Steeda polyurethane suspension bushings

•           Wilwood 14in 6-piston 2-piece front brakes

•           Griggs Racing front brake ducts

•           FR500 steering wheel

            Billet Cobra Grill

•           Aluminum gas pedal spacer for heel/toe driving

•           New carpets and floor mats

•           iPod adapter

•           Mach 460 sound system

•           Panasonic removable faceplate CD player/stereo

•           Autometer 3 gauge pillar set w. dimmer switch

•           Alarm system

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