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Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords

December 2019

In each issue you get: • Comprehensive Tech Articles • The Hottest Industry News • Latest Products • Complete Racing and Events Coverage!

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fox-body chronicles

Love it or hate it, the Fox-body will never go away. The simple truth is we’ve all grown up with our favorite Mustang platforms, and for me it was always about the Fox-body. In high school, my first ride was a ’67 Mustang hardtop, which I swore I would never sell. Yeah, I lied to myself, because it was that car that I sold to get into my first ’86 four-eye Fox. Talk about lessons learned in that thing. That’s the car I first banged gears in, at the long-gone Brotherhood Raceway Park at Terminal Island. Remember that place? Talk about a great time. We would often hit up Carlsbad Raceway on Saturdays or skip it altogether, commute a couple hours to L.A. from San Diego and hang out at Brotherhood…

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muscle mustangs & fast fords

EDITORIAL NETWORK CONTENT DIRECTOR Doug Glad NETWORK DIRECTOR, MUSTANG 360° GROUP & EDITOR Henry De Los Santos SR. MANAGING EDITOR Craig Johnson TECHNICAL EDITOR Michael Johnson SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR Brandon Scarpelli CONTRIBUTORS Cameron Benty, Weston Duenkel, Pete Epple, Brian Hogan, Jim McIlvaine, Erik Radzins, Wayne Stewart, Steve Turner ART DIRECTION & DESIGN ART DIRECTOR Tom Donchez CREATIVE DIRECTOR Alan Muir ADVERTISING GENERAL MANAGER John Viscardo EASTERN SALES DIRECTOR Michael Essex, (863) 860-6023 WESTERN SALES DIRECTOR Scott Timberlake, (310) 531-5969 ADVERTISING OPERATIONS COORDINATOR Gail Burns TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC CHAIRMAN Greg Mays PRESIDENT Kevin Mullan SVP, EDITORIAL & ADVERTISING OPERATIONS Amy Diamond GENERAL MANAGER, AUTOMOTIVE NETWORK Tim Foss SENIOR DIRECTOR, FINANCE Catherine Temkin CONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC. SVP, CIRCULATION Tom Slater VP, RETENTION & OPERATIONS FULFILLMENT Donald T. Robinson III VP, ACQUISITION & DATABASE MARKETING Victoria Linehan VP, NEWSSTAND RETAIL SALES William Carter MOTORTREND GROUP PRESIDENT/GENERAL MANAGER Alex Wellen GROUP SVP, SALES Eric Schwab HEAD OF OPERATIONS Jerry Solomon HEAD OF INTERNATIONAL & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Francis Keeling HEAD OF DIGITAL PRODUCT & TECHNOLOGY Argam DerHartunian SVP, DIGITAL MEDIA SALES Jason Rice SVP, AFTERMARKET MEDIA SALES Matt Boice SVP, MARKETING Ryan Payne SVP,…

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code four

A 1990 State Police Mustang frequently drove past a Texaco station in Smith’s Grove, Kentucky. The trooper behind the wheel would often wave to the teen boy who worked there at his family’s service station. The boy loved cars, and the Mustang struck a chord. It’s not uncommon for gearheads to be smitten with cars in their teens, but for Jonathan McChesney, the combination of car and its assignment set him on his life’s path to his dream career and the car that ignited that drive. “I had the desire to be a Kentucky Trooper since I was about 14 years old,” he tells us. “Another Trooper from my area was assigned to the Mustang at the Bowling Green Post 3. He would pass by dad’s Texaco station and wave at…

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street snake

Ever since purchasing our 1994 Cobra, we have steadily been working on it to make it more street-friendly. Power by the Hour and MPR Racing Engines worked together to get the car up and running again with a rebuilt engine with new JE pistons. We turned down the boost, and added Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/R radials up front with the company’s ET Street S/S radials out back, but there was still more to do. Our Cobra needed a new inner tie rod, subframe connectors, and a quieter exhaust. In a nutshell, we were trying to make the car a better daily driver, so we visited Steeda Autosports at its Valdosta, Georgia, location to make that happen. Prior to the install, we checked in with Scott Boda, Steeda’s director of manufacturing and…

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horse trader

An unspoken rule in the car hobby is that when a friend says, “Whenever you want to sell that car, I want it,” you have to give them first dibs. They get first right of refusal. This practice happens all the time in the Mustang world. Even this author’s Cobra has a line formed for when the time comes to sell. This is the norm when someone has a nice Mustang. There’s always going to be a list of people who want to buy the car. One of those cars used to belong to Troy Raby, one of the founding members of Southeastern Foxbodies and Ponies in the Smokies. However, current owner Travis Smith basically harassed Raby for years about wanting the car should he ever sell it. Smith says, “When he…

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moonshine moonshot

Centrifugal superchargers have been a Mustang mainstay since the late ’80s, and Ford’s latest iteration of the 5.0L Coyote engine responds to boost extremely well. There are many ways to lay down big power numbers on a dyno, but the smooth, linear power delivery of a belt-driven centrifugal blower is a fabulous combination on the street. We already found out how well a ProCharger P-1SC blower kit performs on an otherwise stock 2018 Mustang (“Centrifugal Direction,” Nov. 2018), but the folks at ATI ProCharger in Lenexa, Kansas, wanted to know what one of their P-1X Stage 2 setups would do on a new direct-injected Mustang burning E85 ethanol. The company’s test subject was a 2019 Mustang GT belonging to Chase Lautenbach. It features a Fore Innovations fuel system, with Deatschwerks 95-lb/hr injectors…

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