Ford will have a massive presence at the 2015 SEMA show, leading the charge is a stable of 8 custom Mustangs from some of the most recognizable names in the game. Interestingly, Ford claims that the majority of the Mustangs on display will be EcoBoost flavored!
TS is brining an open-top, widebody EcoBoost Mustang finished in PPG red-and-black. The 3-inch wide kit allows them to stuff massive 22-inch Forgiato Formula star wheels wrapped in 13-inch wide tires in the rear, while the front gets 21-inch wheels and 9.5 inch tires.
Performance wise they’ve added a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust to go with a RaceTec intercooler and K&N air filter. Underneath TS gave it suspension upgrades from Steeda’s Stage 3 pack, which adds adjustable rear toe links, lower springs, front and rear sway bars with billet mounts, support bracing for the independent rear suspension and aluminum vertical links.
Ice Nines look was inspired by DTM touring cars with bits of Shelby GT350R sprinkled in for good measure. They too gave their EcoBoost a widebody kit but covered theirs in Ice Nines own blend of white and black crystal paint.
This guy is making 475 hp at the wheels after Ice Nine strapped on a larger Garret GTX3076R turbo, a Vortech charge cooler and BOV, tuning from Dead Hook, which all flows through a prototype exhaust from Corsa and a custom downpipe. They also gave it an Air Lift suspension, 20 inch wheels and Nitto performance rubber.
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They gave it a well known Police Interceptor look, Air Lift suspension and 20-inch Velgen VMB7 wrapped in Nitto Invos. To go along with the look they bolted on a Vortech intercooler, Borla Attack exhaust and an American Muscle BAMA Tuning kit. But really it’s all about the light bar from West Coast Lights & Siren.
This tri-tone EcoBoost will be making the trip down from Canada. They swathed the Carbon 2 Carbon body kit in Lamborghini Bianca Isis white, ingot silver and “Borange” stripes compliment the massive 5 star Rennen forged RL 50 reverse-lip rims and Nitto NT05 (305/30R20 front, 315/35R20 rear).
Bojix made sure their EcoBoost Mustang was as fast as it looks, they included a Full-Race Motorsports intercooler with a new turbo, downpipe, intake and charge pipes. In the handling department they swapped in a new coilover suspension, Eibach front and rear sway bars and Brembos all around. Ford Performance provided new bushings, bearings, and the 3.73 rear end.
CGS made use of a house made cat-back exhaust, cold air intake to go along with a Whipple intercooler. Handling was left to Steeda and a set of KW coilovers which ride on forged Kompression wheels, 21’s in the front and 22’s out back. Six piston Brembos and 15-inch rotors bring speeds back to legal.
Visually CGS gave their Mustang a TS widebody kit, AIRDESIGN hood finishing the look with a carbon-fibre diffuser and front splitter. They also put significant work into the interior with Alea custom leather buckets, new center console, door panels, steering wheel and shift boot.
The first of the GT’s comes to SEMA from Motorso and it focuses on connectivity. There are a litany or iPads lined up along the GT’s rear decklid allowing show goers to connect with Motorso through their app or social media.
But that doesn’t mean they forgot about going fast. A Roush RS2 supercharger kit bumping horsepower to a stout 727. It breathes through a stainless steel Gibson exhaust with a stainless steel X-pipe, all exiting through gloss ceramic coated tips. Eibach provides suspension upgrades and Wilwood Aerolite handles the stopping duties with six-piston calipers.
Motorso wrapped the 5.0 in matte blue and white pealescent from Kay Premium Marketing Films, gave it PIAA Terra LED’s and added an AIRDESIGN body kit. Completing the look are 21 inch forged Rotiform SPF sprayed in candy red and shod in Pirelli P-Zeros (255/30ZR/21 front, 305/30ZR21 rear).
Another convertible, but this time with a Coyote V8 under it’s Pure Black and Brilliantly Blue hood. The blue continues into the interior which has been wrapped in custom leather to match the front grille treatment, mirrors and forged 21 inch MHT Niche Forged Ascari concave monoblock Luster Brilliant wheels which ride on Pirelli P-Zero Nero Ultra High Performance rubber (255/30ZR/21 front, 305/30ZR21 rear).
Mild performance upgrades complete the package, a 2.9L twin-screw Whipple supercharger and a full Gibson exhaust takes the 5.0 up to 725 hp. Keeping it all compliant is an Eibach Pro-R2 adjustable coilover kit and Wilwood Aerolite brakes.
Last, but certainly not least comes the BisiBoost from Bisimoto. These madmen have nearly tripled the 2.3L EcoBoosts output, from 310-hp to a mind boggling 900-hp.
The little EcoBoost required significant work, luckily Bisimoto designed and built in-house 14 new engine and chassis components making this 2.3 a rolling catalog. Just check out the parts list: a new ECU with boost controller, flex fuel sensor, and fuel pressure regulator; Arias forged billet pistons; Five O Motorsport fuel injectors; Golden Eagle cylinder sleeves, fuel rail, and air intake; MagnaFuel fuel pump; NGK Iridium spark plugs; custom head work, custom exhaust; a Turbonetics BTX7668 turbo with an internal wastegate, Godzilla blow-off valve and a Spearco intercooler.
Then Bisimoto went and built a Web Level 2.4 camshaft, 360-degree oil cap, steel rods, intake heat shielding gasket and more…
In order to get all it’s new found power down they gave it a KW INOX V3 coilover suspension and Progress Technology performance sway bar set. BuddyClub 4 pot brakes are there to arrest progress and it all rolls on 19 inch weels wrapped in Toyo R888 rubber. Inside they gave it Momo racing buckets, Gulstrand Engineering seat harness, data logger and full Watson Racing roll cage. The body kit was done by Airdesign USA which they wrapped and powdercoated black.