Colin Kinser's 1992 Ford Mustang LX
Colin, despite my strong urging, has elected to keep his Fox body all Ford, foregoing the all too popular LS1 swap. It's almost refreshing to see a Fox with a Ford engine these days, so I'd say he made the correct choice.
-306ci Stock block
-Forged Rods/Pistons – Polished & Balanced Stock Crank.
-ARP Rod/Head Bolts
-Trickflow 170 cc Cylinder Heads
-Trickflow Track Heat Intake Manifold (soon to be swapped to a Holley SysteMAX Intake)
-Holley 80mm Billet Throttle body and Spacer
-Turbonetics 61 mm Cast Wheel Turbo
-Precision 39 mm Wastegate (5 psi spring)
-Astro Performance A5
-Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch
-Aluminum Drive Shaft
-XXR 521 wheels (17" x 10" rear, 17" x 9" front)
-Team Z Caster Camber Plates
-Tokico Illumina 5-way adjustable struts
-(Maximum Motorsports Front Coil over kit to come)
-Weld-in subframe connectors
-Wolfe Racecraft Double adjustable chromoly upper and lower control arms
-Lakewood Shocks w/Coil overs (factory location)
-Yukon 5-lug 28 spline axles (soon to be broken)
-Holley EFI 3.5” LCD Touchscreen
-Holley EFI 5.7” LCD Touchscreen
-2008 Mustang Cloth seats
-Rear seat delete
In the near future, Colin plans to add a coil-on-plug ignition system with Holley HP Smart Coils, as well as a Holley SysteMAX intake manifold.
Last edited by Alex Healey; 06-03-2015 at 11:34 AM.
I dig it! Not so much on the color, but the car is nice. I have an '89 GT that is a work in progress, pushing around 600 HP with the Cobra front & rear swap ('99 Cobra, 4.10 posi). Fun little go carts with some serious HP!
Can't wait until it warms up, so I can drag this junk pile up & down the streets of BG.
Thanks Chris. It will need to be towed, most certainly.
Colin, don't you think it's about time to update the specifications of your ride?