Among the custom Mustangs that Ford will have on hand at SEMA 2015 will be this black beast of a track car created by Bisimoto Engineering. The car started as a normal 2.3L EcoBoost optioned Mustang and was then used by Bisimoto to design 14 parts for EcoBoost drivers. When done, the car produces 900hp in its far from stock form.
The engine is heavily modified with custom cylinder sleeves, pistons, rods, and tuning. The car uses an AEM Infinity 6 ECU, boost controller, flex fuel sensor, and fuel pressure regulator. The pistons are Arias 9:1 hi-tensile forged billet units, ARP head, and main studs were used.
Bisimoto used a Web Level 2.4 cam along with lots of other hardware to reach the 900hp output, which is very impressive from a 4-cylinder engine. The car has a roll cage for road racing and a big rear wing complimented by a front splitter for downforce. To reach the massive power output did require a single large BTX7668 turbo with an internal waste gate. Suspension uses KW INOX V3 coilovers and the car is fitted with a big brake kit to bring it all to a stop on the track.
via FordFiled Under: Auto News