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SEMA 2014: 3dCarbon 2015 Ford Mustang

By - November 6, 2014 – 9:59 amNo Comment | 5,416 views

2015 Ford Mustang by 3dCarbon

3dCarbon is no stranger to the Ford booth at SEMA, first making waves in the automotive aftermarket scene in 2004 with their 2005 “Boy Racer” Mustang. Ten years later the company is back with a throwback to the original car in its white and red livery.

The highlight of the Mustang is the 3dCarbon 7-piece body kit that includes everything from the front fascia to the rear diffuser, accented by a set of Forgiato 22-inch Maglia wheels. The car is also packed with plenty of performance products including a Vortech V-3 supercharger system, Eibach coilover suspension system and Wilwood brakes at all four corners.

Powertrain

  • Vortech V-3 supercharger system with 640 horsepower /485 lb-ft torque
  • Gibson Performance cat-back exhaust system with black ceramic coated 4.5-inch tips

Chassis

  • Eibach coilover suspension
  • Wilwood front and rear cross-drilled 6-piston brakes

Wheels & Tires

  • Forgiato 22-inch Maglia wheels with satin outer lip and machined finished center
  • Pirelli P-Zero Nero tires, 265/30ZR22 front and 315/25ZR22 rear

Exterior

  • 3dCarbon  Boy Racer body kit
    • front fascia
    • side skirts
    • rear lower diffuser
    • rear wing
    • front fender vents
    • hood fins
    • front grille
  • Paint by Santini Paint and Body
  • House of Color Ultra White-Shimrin2 paint

Interior

  • Roadwire two-tone leather seats
  • Sundial window tint
  • Sparco Racing seat belt harnesses
  • Audio Design & Engineering by The Source A/V Design Group
  • Focal Audio speakers and sub woofers

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