2011 Kona Blue Mustang GT - Vortech Supercharged

Discussion in 'S197 Mustangs For Sale' started by hotrod_renegade, Aug 7, 2018.

  1. hotrod_renegade

    hotrod_renegade Captain Hindsight

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    For Sale - Located in Billings, MT: 2011 Ford Mustang GT. 5.0L V8, Automatic, 67,000 miles. This is a turnkey 10 second pump gas street car with cold A/C and a full interior. I bought it completely stock with 56,000 miles and built it as a fun street/strip car. There is over $18,000 in aftermarket parts on this car documented with receipts. It’s a true street car that can be driven anywhere and will also hold its own out at the drag strip. It’s reliable with a safe tune and all the supporting mods done to handle the extra power.

    Engine: 5.0L V8, Vortech V3 8-rib supercharger kit with 3.33” pulley wastegated @ 10psi., Tial 50mm race blow off valve, JMS fuel pump booster, Injector Dynamics ID1000 fuel injectors, JLT cold air intake, JPC crankcase breathers, MSD 2-step rev limiter, NGK 1 step colder spark plugs, Boundary billet oil pump gears, TSS billet crankshaft sprocket, SCT X4 handheld programmer, remote tuned on 91 octane pump gas by one of the best Ford modular tuners in the country – Lund Racing.

    Trans/Drivetrain: 6R80 6 speed Automatic, Circle D 4C torque converter, JMS Digital trans-brake, DSS Aluminum Driveshaft, stock 3.15 gears, TCI ratchet shifter.

    Exhaust: Pypes Long Tube headers, Off-road x-pipe, Mid-mounted Classic Chambered straight through mufflers, Magnaflow muffler delete axleback.

    Suspension/Brakes: UPR upper and lower control arms with poly-urethane bushings, UPR Billet upper control arm mount, UPR Front sway bar delete with lightweight radiator support, Stiffler’s driveshaft safety loop, Powerstop drilled and slotted brake rotors with carbon-ceramic pads. Also have a brand new JPC racing line lock kit that has not yet been installed.

    Wheels/Tires: Front – Racestar Darkstar 17x7 with Sumitomo HTR Z III performance tires. Rear – Racestar Darkstar 15x8 with Mickey Thompson ET Street Pro 275/60R15 drag radials. Only half a season on the drag radials, plenty of life left.

    Interior/Exterior: SOS triple gauge pillar pod with dual Aeroforce gauge set and Autometer Cobalt mechanical vacuum/boost gauge, Roush grille, Tinted headlight covers, Raxiom tinted tail lights, black chrome 5.0 fender emblems.

    The car made 575rwhp and 479rwtq on a Mustang Dyno before the long tube headers and off-road X were installed. It has been a best of 10.59 @ 129.85mph on 91 octane in 6000' of DA. Should be a low 10 second car in some good air.

    Dyno Video (before long tube headers were installed):


    Track Video:


    Mechanically the car is excellent and has been very well maintained. The ABS light has been on since I took delivery of the car and the system is inactive. I did a good visual inspection on all of the sensors and lines when I upgraded the brakes and couldn't find anything abnormal, but I don't daily drive it or drive it in inclement weather so it didn't bother me enough to look into it any further. The brakes function normally otherwise and it was never an issue for me but I feel that should be mentioned as it may be an issue for someone who wants to drive this a lot more on the street. The paint is not perfect, but nothing that couldn’t be taken care of with a good detail. There are a few light scratches here and there and it could use a good cut/buff to get the swirls out. The underside of the front bumper is scraped up also. Nothing really out of the ordinary for a 7 year old car. Inside the interior is in great shape, no rips or tears in the cloth seats or carpet. The blend door for the heat/ac makes a clicking noise intermittently when switching between modes, but it still functions normally. It’s done it since I bought it and didn’t bother me enough to fix it. I have a shelf full of the stock parts that can go along with it if desired. All receipts, manuals, and paperwork will be included. I have had a blast with it but it’s time to move on to another project. Clear title in hand. $25,000 firm - no trades. Feel free to contact me at any time with any questions you may have.

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