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Video: JPC Racing’s supercharged 2011 Mustang drag car makes 847 rwhp

By - July 22, 2011 – 10:00 amNo Comment | 675 views

JPC Racing Mustang on the dyno

The last time we saw JPC Racing’s 2011 Mustang race car on the dyno it produced an impressive 802 rwhp thanks to a Paxton supercharger system putting out 12 psi of boost and a Zex nitrous oxide system. That power was good enough to bring home a 9 second time slip, making it one of the fastest modern 5.0 Mustangs in the country.

JPC Racing hasn’t stopped there, though, and has been fine tuning the Mustang for even more power. The car was recently on the dyno again, and with the Paxton blower’s boost turned up to 16.5 psi the 5.0-liter V8 produced 847 rwhp. You can see the full list of modifications for the car as well as a video of the dyno run below.

JPC Racing 2011 Mustang:

Engine:

  • JPC/RGR shortblock
  • JPC/RGR CNC heads
  • Stock cams (for now)
  • JPC long tube Headers
  • JPC X pipe
  • Bassani mufflers
  • Paxton Novi 2200 Supercharger ****6 RIB****-16.5psi
  • Paxton Air to Air Intercooler
  • Tremec Magnum 6spd Transmission
  • McLeod RSX twin disc clutch
  • McLeod Aluminum Flywheel
  • JPC 1 piece aluminum Drive Shaft
  • Fore triple hat return style fuel system
  • 72# injectors
  • Diablosport Trinity tuner
  • Powercell 12V Lithium battery
  • Brisk Racing plugs

Rear:

  • 9 rear,35 spline Strange axles and Strange spool, 4.30 gears

Suspension:

  • Metco Lower Control arms
  • Racecraft upper arm and mount
  • Eibach springs
  • Eibach adjustable Shocks and Struts
  • Strange Race brakes front and rear

Interior:

  • Kirkey seats
  • Raptor shift light
  • JPC line loc kit
  • Insane Fabrication 10pt cage

Exterior:

  • Bogarts Welded RT wheels
  • Micky Thompson Tires 28×11.5″
  • Rage Wraps-vinyl wrap



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