The 2007 Ford Mustang is known as the model that made the Fifth Generation Mustang one of the greatest pony cars of all time. Solving many of the issues with the 2005 and 2006 models, most notably the infamous "live-axle" that had been apart of the Mustang heritage since it's introduction in 1964 was forgone for a solid axle that was attached to a stiff chassis, which greatly helped with creating a muscle car that also had responsive handling. This coupled with good horsepower out of a reasonably small V-8 engine with lots of torque made the Fifth Generation Mustang one of the fastest sub-$30,000 cars on the market.
When a client brought us his 2007 Mustang GT (300 horsepower and 320 lb-ft of torque), his only real request was making more power (our favorite request a customer could make). The natural first step was to equip the car with a massive twin-screw Ford Racing Whipple supercharger and a set of Kooks headers and Hi-Flo Green catalytic converters coupled with a full Flowmaster American Thunder cat-back exhaust system that gives the single overhead cam 4.6L a growl reminiscent of the 1960's. Underneath the supercharger whine, you'll hear a car that pushes around 550 horsepower and 525 lb-ft as it flies through the streets.
To find out more about this Mustang or to inquire about your own build, give us a call and we would be happy to discuss the options available with your vehicle.