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Video: Brenspeed boosts the Mustang Boss 302 to 715 horsepower

By Drew Phillips - August 23, 2013 – 2:53 pm2 Comments | 967 views

The upgrade options for Mustang Boss 302 owners continues to expand as Indiana-based Brenspeed has announced their 715R supercharger package. The forced induction system brings the Boss 302′s 5.0-liter V8 up to 715 horsepower and 590+ lb-ft torque at the flywheel thanks to Roush’s 2.3-liter TVS supercharger system, a 100mm cold air intake, a fuel system upgrade and Brenspeed’s unique engine calibration. Along with a set of Kooks headers and high-flow cats, Brenspeed’s own Boss 302 test car produced 631 horsepower and 526 lb-ft torque at the rear wheels, an increase of over 250 rwhp compared to stock.

Retail pricing for Brenspeed’s 715R Boss 302 supercharger package is listed at $7,402.13. You can see more details below as well as a video overview about the system.

  • Roush R2300 TVS supercharger
  • Roush TVS Cold Air Intake System W/Heat Shield
  • Fuel charging assembly
  • High-flow fuel rail with 47-lb fuel injectors
  • Twin 60mm throttle body
  • Aluminum bifurcated throttle spacer
  • Heavy duty, first sheave FEAD system
  • High capacity and efficiency air-to-water intercooler system
  • High Efficiency, full face intercooler low temp radiator
  • Large capacity intercooler de-gas bottle
  • Roush low restriction air induction system
  • All required wiring, brackets, hoses, harnesses, and clamps
  • Fuel System Upgrade
  • Colder Spark Plugs
  • 9-11 PSI Pulley
  • SCT X3 Tuner Pre Loaded with Brenspeed 715R Calibration

[Source: Brenspeed]




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2 Comments »

  • Armando says:

    In life, having options is a good thing. That said, to me, what I really enjoy about my Boss 302 is its natural aspiration and that it is a VERY balanced machine. Adding all these options makes the car less original and, long term, will devalue this future classic.

  • Tyler says:

    This Ford boss 302 is awesome how long did it take you to do this? Have you tested the top speed if so can you tell me what it is please

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