Your Weekly Boost 🏎️💨: 740HP Mustang GT

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 TRENDING RIDE OF THE WEEK

 
740HP 2015 Ford Mustang GT

owned by Scott Sikorski

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BUILD STATUS: Headers and additional tune next.

0 – 60: 3.2 seconds

ENGINE TYPE: 5.0 cyote w/ stage 2 whipple supercharger

UPGRADES: ATI damper, Corsa x-pipe, Roush axleback exhaust, TruFiber carbon fiber engine bay components, boundary oil pump gear, JLT oil seperator, Anderson Composite carbon fiber upper grill, timing gear, Whipple 2.9L supercharger stage 2, Willwood 14” drilled rear rotors, 15” Willwood front rotors, Willwood 6 piston front brakes, Willwood 4 piston rear brakes, BMR cradle bushing lockout kit, adjustable Koni shocks, Velgan 20” staggered wheels, Ford performance lowering springs, Steeda subframe alignment kit, and a Whipple heat exchanger.

We spotted Scott’s Mustang GT flying up the trending feed this week, gaining tons of likes along the way. This car is easy on the eyes with its black and red interior and sleek exterior styling. But sometimes the most beautiful things can also be the most terrifying: thanks to a stage 2 Whipple supercharger, this car has a horsepower of up to 750 and a torque of 500 ft-lbs. With that much horsepower, this Stang rockets from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds—faster than both the Dodge Charger Hellcat and Chevy Camaro ZL1. Make sure you give Scott a follow on MotorCrush for updates on his build, just use the link above to drop by his profile.

 

FEATURED BIKE OF THE WEEK

2012 Ducati 848 Evo Corse Edition

owned by Anthony Sarsano

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BUILD STATUS: Ongoing tweaks

ENGINE TYPE: 849cc

UPGRADES: A&R baffle kit, Full HID conversion, and a Zero Gravity smoked windscreen.

Thank you for sharing your profile with us, Anthony! The Ducati 848 is a very impressive lightweight superbike. Its Testastretta engine produces 140 horsepower and 72 ft-lbs of torque, and is equipped with Brembo monobloc brakes for better stopping power. This bike must be an absolute blast to ride. Make sure you drop Anthony a like for sharing his bike via the link above.

FEATURED RIDE OF THE WEEK

2012 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

owned by Lance Miller

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VEHICLE BIO:
“‘Carlisle Blue’ was a one year only color to honor the 30th Anniversary of Corvettes at Carlisle. This car is a definite keeper, it was the very first Carlisle Blue ZR1 produced, one of only 8.”

Lance Miller is co-owner of Carlisle Events, one of the largest presenters of collector cars in the world. Founded by Chip and Bill Miller in 1974, the two were driven by their passion for automobiles, and Carlisle soon became a mecca for car and truck collectors and enthusiasts. One of their most famous events is Corvettes at Carlisle, which is actually going on this weekend at the Carlisle Fairgrounds, so this Carlisle Blue was the perfect choice for the ride of the week. Make sure to check out the rest of Lance’s awesome car collection via the link above.

FEATURED EVENT OF THE WEEK

Wekfest East, NJ

97 Sunfield Ave

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“Wekfest is a showcase exhibition of individuals and businesses from the aftermarket automotive industry.

A combination of celebrating refined automotive passion, and blending with the subcultures of today’s youth, Wekfest is the preferred destination to a well-rounded automotive gathering.

The process to participate as an exhibitor at Wekfest requires careful screening and review. Our selective process promotes a higher standard, to ensure the car community receives a balance of positive unification and growth.

Since its establishment in 2008, from the humble beginnings of an underground garage in Japantown, San Francisco, Wekfest have grown to serve 8 domestic cities in the United States, and one internationally in Japan.”

 

 

 

MOTORCRUSH TIP OF THE WEEK

Match your car head-to-head against your friends with every meet you create. Do it anytime, anywhere and broadcast it to the community. When you want to go incognito, just flip the switch to Private and then only your crew members and the lucky few you share the meet link with can find the location.

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