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1991 Ford Mustang LX 5.0

Virtually rust free with original paint
116k mi, clean title

Powertrain: Refreshed stock short block, Patriot heads, E303 cam, ARP head studs and rocker studs, Edelbrock intake, stainless ceramic coated turbo headers with custom turbo flanges, twin Garrett T3 turbos, twin intercoolers, Moroso 7 qt oil pan and pickup, World class T5, Ford racing alum driveshaft, driveshaft loop

Chassis: Maximum Motorsports front and rear CAs, MM caster camber plates, MM coil over Bilstein struts, MM panhard bar, QA1 tubular K member, SN95 spindles and 5 lug brakes with Cobra caliper upgrade, stainless front hard lines and SS braided brake lines, SN95 brake booster, rebuilt power steering rack with new OEM pump, F&R strut towers braces

Extras: Dual electric fan, 3 row radiator, OE 17" wheels (original pony caps will be included), hi torque starter with rear mounted Odyssey battery with custom solenoid and external shut off, high amp 1-wire alternator

Asking $16,000
Located in suburbs of Chicago

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Love the setup, emrald green was my first two cars in highscool, one two tone 90 GT and then a emerald 91 LX....Brings me back to 2004. Any idea what it makes for steam on the rollers? Or has it never been dyno'd?
 

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Love the setup, emrald green was my first two cars in highscool, one two tone 90 GT and then a emerald 91 LX....Brings me back to 2004. Any idea what it makes for steam on the rollers? Or has it never been dyno'd?
Thanks! Sorry, I wrote a response but must have not hit submit. No, never been dynoed. It runs about 6 psi and have heard cars with that boost and good heads run about 350-400hp.
 
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