Arizona-based Full-Race Motorsports and Michigan-based Classic Design Concepts recently unveiled modified versions of the 2015 Ford Mustang at the 2014 SEMA Show.
The tuning company from Phoenix, Arizona mostly turns imports to racers, but for this year’s SEMA Show, they decided to do something different and had a go with the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost. Designed to compete at future SCCA and time attack events, the exterior is finished in white and is adorned with a carbon fiber rear spoiler and front splitter.
Upgrades to 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine include what they call the “Freakoboost” kit that was built in-house. The new parts included in the kit consist of: new intake, new exhaust manifold, bigger twin-scroll BorgWarner turbocharger, turbo downpipe , intercooler, oil cooler and a cat-back exhaust system. The stock figures of 314 PS and 433 Nm have been increased to 507 PS and 610 Nm.
“We’re building this as a real race car. After SEMA, it will compete at SCCA events and eventually time attack events. This will be a plated, fully functional, street-driven track car that’s very competitive,” said Eric Marquiss, Full-Race Motorsports Logistics Manager.
Classic Design Concepts (CDC) from Wixom, Michigan on the other hand gets a hold of the 5.0-liter Mustang GT Convertible and dubs it ‘The Outlaw’. Besides the tuning company’s signature ‘Lightbar’, it has a carbon fiber chin spoiler, unique grill inserts, hood graphics and 20-inch wheels designed by CDC.
The 5.0-liter V8 has been fitted with a Ford Racing supercharger which gives the car an estimated PS rating of 633. No torque figures have been released by CDC. Providing added stopping force for the uprated engine is a Wilwood brake kit.