All Motor Fox-body Mustang Runs 9-Second Quarter Mile
The V8 engine won't disappear obviously, but turbocharging and supercharching has become so popular that it has seized the drag strips as well. Except for a few die hard enthusiasts that still like to burn rubber using naturally-aspirated mills. Just like the guy you're about to see in the video uploaded below.
He decided to ditch the stock 5.0-liter Coyote and opted to stuff a carbureted 363 cubic inch (6.0-liter) engine under the pony's hood. Built around a Ford Racing Boss 302 block, stroked and bored out, the mill not only provides a great amount of power, but also sounds awesome. Oh, and by the way, this is our favorite drag strip Mustang, the Fox-body notchback coupe. Buckle up and watch the 9-second and 135 miles per hour quarter mile run.