Paul Svinicki of Paul’s High Performance is a well respected name in the Ford community. Paul has been around the block and has worked with Ford on developing a number of parts with Ford Racing. Paul is a type of racer that likes to incorporate as many OEM parts as he can, and nothing has changed for his new 2010 Mustang. Paul received his Mustang in August and it has been many late nights since.







The team started by pulling the car apart and figuring out what parts they needed help on. Cross over parts from the 2010 Cobra Jet included shocks, springs, headers, sway bars, upper and lower control arms. Another prototype Ford piece on this car is the intake manifold that Paul is currently working on with Ford Racing.







For aftermarket support, Paul turned to Weld for their first set of the classic RT wheels. Behind the wheels is a set of Aerospace lightweight brakes to help slow the Mustang. Remaining components include a Dynomax 3” catback and a Moser 9” rear end with 4.56 gears. At the end of the day, Paul was looking for a clean and classic look with his Mustang. Subtile changes like shaved front turn signals and a gas fill neck that was moved into the trunk were made. Paul plans to race the NMRA Mod Motor and Street Stang classes starting at the Bradenton season opener. They are hoping for around 375 RWHP and high 11s in the quarter.








































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