The Ford Performance Oil-Air Separator for the 2020 GT500 has hit the Ford Performance website. It comes standard on the GT500 Track Package, but will now be available for GT500 owners who didn’t opt for the track package.

It’s listed at $489 retail, but our site members have been reporting lower available pricing. This kit is basically plug-n-play and requires no maintenance system, as well as being self-draining.  See the full kit details.

Yesterday we showed you the first photos of VIN 0001 GT500 to come off the line, now have a look at the Hornet Green GT500 with its special colored wheels. 

We think it would have looked great with green accented wheels all around, but its owner (Craig Jackson) did pay over $1M for this first 2020 GT500, so he should have it customized any way he likes!

The very first production 2020 GT500 rolled off the line yesterday in custom Hornet Green color! 

This custom painted GT500 will go to Craig Jackson, who won the VIN 0001 GT500 at the Barrett-Jackson auction back in January. Craig Jackson also happens to be the CEO of the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company.

Why Hornet Green? To match Jackson’s other GT500 – a 1968 Shelby GT500.

Did you know there’s an engine assembly line at Ford where elite technicians build the company’s most precision, high-output powerplants? It’s called the Niche Line and it’s responsible for building the  760 HP 5.2L Predator V8 For the 2020 GT500.

Check out this article and video providing us a fascinating look into this nursery for the V8 Predator!

Ford Performance is now conducting dealer training for the 2020 GT500 Shelby Mustang and in this clip from a training session, we learn even more specs and performance numbers behind the new GT500!

Among other info in the video, we find out that the base GT500 will cover the 1/4 mile in the 10.8 range (although its official #’s have not yet been released) and the factory supercharger can withstand at least 20 pounds of boost.

Sound Therapy by Way of GT500

September 12th, 2019

What do you call 45 minutes of GT500 idling and blinker sounds? For gearheads, we call that sound therapy and so does Ford!

Ford has posted these two extended sound clips from the GT500 which are surprisingly therapeutic to listen to. Strap on those headphones and check ’em out inside.

Ford has just updated its website to open up the 2020 GT500 Mustang build and price configurator tool!

You can now go online to see all of the features, options, technology and upgrades to customize your dream GT500. Be sure to share your configuration with us in the forums!

Check out the 2020 GT500 build & price info inside.

 

Meet Kona Bob, the inspirational GT350 owner who is currently driving his GT350 across North America and hitting up tracks along the way.

Read his story inside.

 

Examples from every generation of Mustang gathered on Ford’s Lommel Proving Ground in Belgium on September 7, to help set a new world record for the largest number of Mustangs gathered in one place.
Ford smashed its own record of 960 vehicles, set in Toluca, Mexico on December 3, 2017, with 1,326 Mustangs from all over Europe making the pilgrimage to the Ford testing facility in Belgium. Watch a video of the day here.

Hellion Turbo has announced its low mount Sleeper Twin Turbo Kit for the GT350.

The kit impressively makes over 800 RWHP on 93 octane and it’s available for optioning with many turbos, including water cooled units for extreme duty road racing if desired.

See this dyno graph from an install putting down 820 RWHP!

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