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Calypso Coral is one of the rarest and more desirable colors for the classic Boss 302 and 429 Mustangs, so when a pristine example goes up for sale it gets our attention. That’s the case …

If you want to get more horsepower out of your Mustang Boss 302 there are plenty of options. Both ProCharger and JBA/Vortech have supercharger kits available, and Steeda and Hennessey are among several that offer …

ProCharger has announced that their revolutionary new i-1 supercharger system is now available for the Ford Mustang Boss 302. The world’s first adjustable ratio supercharger, the i-1 boasts cockpit-controlled programmable boost and an optional touchscreen, …

Every once in a while a video that goes viral that has everybody talking for weeks, and for us this is one of those videos. It’s called “Chase Like a Boss,” and it had us …

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 …

Earlier this week we showed you a gallery of photos from the 2013 Monterey Motorsports Reunion featuring the Shelby Mustangs. They weren’t the only pony cars from the Blue Oval participating in the vintage races, …

JBA Speed Shop has announced the release of their new supercharger system designed specifically for the 2012-2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302. Designed in partnership with Vortech superchargers, the system is 50-state smog legal and comes with a Vortech V3 SI compressor in satin finish, supercharger lubricant, mounting bracket assembly, engine cooling system modification, discharge assembly, air inlet assembly with 98mm MAF, SCT tuner, race bypass valve, air to air charge cooler, 8 specific Boss fuel injectors and an instruction manual. JBA says that the kit will produce 640 horsepower and …

Our first Readers’ Rides feature is actually two cars – Rich Trost’s 2012 Mustang Boss 302 and 2001 Mustang Bullitt. Rich is the owner and administrator of www.militarystangs.com and is currently on military assignment, meaning he hasn’t seen his pony cars since May of 2012. The Boss 302 is almost completely stock, save for Ford Racing’s TracKey, although he plans on adding an intake, exhaust system and new wheels. “I love everything that encompasses being in the Boss, from the sounds, the feelings, and the looks you get while driving …

Remember the Steeda Mustang Boss 302 that we showed you at SEMA? Now you can have your very own version. Steeda recently announced their own certified Boss 302 program featuring an extensive list of the company’s suspension components that have been track-tested to perform as a comprehensive package. According to Steeda, all of the improvements made contribute to enhancing the Boss 302′s driving and handling dynamics without sacrificing ride quality or NHV including a coilover suspension system, watts-linkage, billet lower control arms and more. Enhancements were made to the powertrain …

SEMA 2012: Steeda Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca

Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

The Boss 302 Laguna Seca is already a very capable track car, but if there’s any company that can take the car to the next level it’s Steeda. The Florida-based company has won multiple road racing championships over the past two decades and have put that experience into the 2013 Laguna Seca on display at the Nitto Tire booth that features a plethora of performance upgrades. The engine has been given a light makeover with a Steeda cold air intake, Boss 302 intake manifold and Steeda’s very own tune, but …

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