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Ford Racing announces the 2012 Mustang Competition Roller

By - February 26, 2011 – 11:45 amNo Comment | 1,263 views

2012 Ford Racing Mustang Competition Roller

For those drag racers that wanted a Cobra Jet Mustang but either couldn’t afford it or wanted to run their own drivetrain combination, Ford Racing is offering an alternate solution – the 2012 Mustang Competition Roller. Using many of the proven components of the Cobra Jet, the Mustang Competition Roller is sold without an engine and transmission to allow customers to choose their own NHRA-approved combination such as Ford Racing’s pushrod 352, 428, or 3-valve 4.6L V8. Just 25 2012 Mustang Competition Rollers will be built, all in Winner White, at a price of $49,995. Production will start in the beginning of April, with a Ford Racing part #M-FR500-CJROLLW.

2012 Ford Racing Mustang Competition Roller Features:

  • Excellent value and serialized for collectability
  • Limited Availability!
  • Cobra Jet modular engines can be wired with a Ford Racing engine install kit or aftermarket EFI system.
  • Includes front and rear Strange brakes and manual brake booster conversion
  • Cobra Jet rear suspesnion with anti-roll bar
  • Front and rear Cobra Jet springs with adjustable dampers
  • Strange 9-inch S197 axle assembly with 4.29:1 gear
  • 8.50 ET certified roll-cage
  • Aeromotive fuel system (complete from fuel cell to fuel regulator/check valve – regulator to fuel rail hoses not included)
  • Alumastar Weld Racing wheels front and rear
  • Goodyear tires front and rear
  • Complete chassis wiring
  • Off-road use only
  • Only available in Winner White exterior color
  • Includes lightweight front seats, instrument panel, console and rear seat delete
  • Optional Cobra Jet graphics available separately.
  • Only available through Ford dealers that are part of the Ford Racing Performance Parts program.
  • Will be produced in April 2011 at the Auto Alliance Plant in Flat Rock, MI.



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