Every bolt-on available, if you granny-shift like me. If you drive like Bob Cosby, it don't take much.
I have an 11sec car but I am a 12sec driver. I still have stock T-45 and refuse to powershift it until really provoked. Also, I am waiting for Jupiter to align with Mars and Saturn during a Full Moon night here on Earth.
Don't forget the drivetrain, you will surely be calling a tow truck once you hook up. Trust me, I blew a freshly built 31spline rear in less than 10 passes on slicks.
You have a vert and thats kinda tough, I would say try to drop 400 lbs of the Stang somehow, (tubalar k-member, coil overs all around, light racing seats, mine weigh 11 lbs. each, remove the back seat..."hmm what-else", 4.56 gear, sub frames, intake work, pro stars (slicks and skinnies) and a good tune and also alot of practice..It might be possible but your at a dis-advantage being a vert..Good-Luck...DA Snake Boy!!!
See the sig. I even did it on drag radials. Biggest thing is to get the weight down. I was at about 3250 and I also have a pretty good suspension setup. The air wasn't all that great and I went through the traps on the limiter so I know it has an 11.70-11.80 in it in good air. We'll see later this year. I'd like to see someone get together a list of the fastest n/a 4V's in the country. See where I stack up.
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