1000HP 1966 Mustang Fastback!


We were wondering how drivable this awesome 1966 Mustang is, when Kevin Sittner said that he drives it all the time. It pulls out amazing 1000 horses, driving along on its P235/40ZR18 front tires and P285/40ZR18 rear tires.

Now, you are the one probably wondering how an engine as old as this manages to pull out a stunning 1000 horses?! The secret is the Total Products suspension with coilovers at the corners. At the rear, Kevin`s shop set up a “Direct Fit Fab9”, all the parts being Total Control Production. The basis for the engine of this 1966 Mustang is a Ford Racing RDI aluminum block with solid internals like Manley rods, Crane cam roller, JE forged pistons and a Scat Series 3 lightweight forged crank.


1000 horses are not easily achieved so a 9.2-inch-deck-height block was more than necessary as well as some powder adding, which Kevin chose to be an ATI F-1R ProCharger that  produces an impressive 20 pounds of boost to the 9:1 compression ratio engine.

Kevin picked a Viper-spec Tremec six-speed manual transmission with 10spline input shaft and McLeod Street Twin clutch shifter, flywheel, modular bellhousung and clutch. The engine has 427ci, 4.00-inch stroke and 4.125-inch bore. The connecting rods are pure forged steel. It also has F-1R ProCharger centrifugal supercharger, a custom radiator with dual Spal electric fansand remote electric pump.

The exhaust is a Hooker Super Comp 351W with 3-inch connectors, 1-3/4-inch primaries andx modified headers. And, of course the Aerochamber mufflers and the X-pipe.

The wheels are Budnik Spark production sizing 18×10 at the rear and 18×8 at the front.

The interior consists Auto Metar Cobalt instruments, Scat Rave 1600 front seats, Vintage Air HVAC six-point rollbar, TCP brake and clutch pedal covers and Moto-Lita steering wheel.

The exterior of this ’66 Mustang is custom Blue Pearl tripe painted cover, performed by Brain Gilbreath. He also did the custom rear valance. The fron spoiler is Scott Drake.

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