Get A Grip—Bolstering a modern Mustang’s suspension begins with corralling bushing deflection

Photography courtesy of Brian Sexton While modern muscle machines have undoubtedly improved over their predecessors, they are still built to please the masses. That means they not only must perform at a high level, but they are also expected to remain quiet, smooth, and generally polite in situations when your right

VIKtor Force—Brian Devilbiss Runs 8.72 at 158 mph in Supercharged 2019 Mustang GT

Photos and Video Courtesy of Evolution Performance Earlier this year NMRA/NMCA hosted the first-ever EATON TVS© Supercharger Throwdown, complete with a massive trophy using EATON rotors and built by Superchargers Online, Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle party, and cash plus a supercharger of choice from Magnusson, Edelbrock, ROUSH, or Harrop. Brian Devilbiss

6-Second Turbo Coyote Street Car—Justin Jordan Smashes 6s and 200 mph in his 2014 Mustang

Written By: Ainsley Jacobs Riverview, Florida’s Justin Jordan has been a fixture in the Mustang scene for several years now, taking his Coyote-powered, street-driven S197 Mustangs deep into the 7s in the quarter-mile. He’s claimed victories in most of the NMRA’s Turbo Coyote Shootouts, as well as in classes at various

Tech Review—BMR Suspension Xtreme Anti-Roll Bar

Nearly twenty years ago the first anti-roll bar was put on a stock suspension Mustang to eliminate the twisted launch. Prior to that time, only four-link racecars were thought to benefit from that suspension component. As the anti-roll bar use expanded, Fox-body Mustangs started hooking better and 8-second times slips