Published on 2013-07-27
LatemodelRestoration.com's Whipple Supercharged 2013 Mustang GT set out on a mission for the 2013 Texas Mile in Beeville, TX -- 180 MPH. We thought it would be interesting to give you a little behind the scenes look at the work that went into getting Project High Impact ready for The Texas Mile's March 2013 event. We added some new performance parts -- Stainless Works Long Tube Headers, Ford Racing Cobra Jet Throttle Body and a Stifflers driveshaft safety loop. After a little time on the dyno at Central Texas Performance -- our Deep Impact Blue 2013 Mustang GT picked up an extra 60hp.
Watch the video and follow along as Scott sets out to get Project High Impact to 180 MPH.
Texas Mile 2013 saw a Ford GT break the record AGAIN, a scary2,800hp Camaro Crash at 220mph (luckily driver walked away) and plenty of other very fast Mustangs, Corvettes, ZR1s and many more.
Project High Impact Features the following parts:
Ford Racing 2011 GT500 Wheels
Boss 302 Front Chin Spoiler
Boss 302 Front Grille
Ford Racing Progressive Rate Lowering Springs M-5300-P
Ford Racing Adjustable Shocks and Struts M-18000-C
Ford Racing GT500 Strut Mounts M-18183-C
J&M Adjustable Panhard Bar
GT500 Axle Back and rear valance
Ford Racing Whipple Supercharger
JLT Carbon Fiber Intake
Watch as Scott discusses his quest for 180 MPH in Project High Impact at the Texas Mile. Don't miss the outtakes at the end!
After Project High Impacts first trip to the Texas Mile back in October of 2012, General Manager Scot Springer was hooked! This time around, our supercharged 2013 Mustang GT is aiming for 180 MPH in the standing mile. Watch the video as Scott and Jmac discuss what has changed on the Project High Impact since its last trip to the Texas Mile.