Of course, Joe's Mach would look silly with factory springs, so he added Steeda Autosports' progressive-rate springs up front and specific-rate springs out back. Taking a few parts from other Mustang models, Joe added '00 Cobra R Brembo brakes up front, '03 Cobra rocker panels, and '01 Bullitt sidescoops.
As part of the Mach 1 package, the interior is Mach-specific, which means it's special and unique in its own right. As such, Joe left well enough alone with only a Raptor shift light sticking up from the gauge cluster and a Steeda Autosports shifter coming up through the tunnel.
As performance parts specialist at Parkway Ford in Adairsville, Georgia, Joe is always on the cutting edge of modular performance. The engine currently wears Boss 330 Racing-prepped heads from Al Papitto, but FR500 heads and cams await installation. An FR500 intake already sits atop the Four-Valve, and a ported throttle body with a K&N AirCharger kit handles air intake duties. Bassani mid-length headers and X-shape exhaust crossover and a MagnaFlow MagnaPack after-cat with Mustang Racing Technology-rolled tips provide the exhaustive route. While fully operational, Joe's Mach put down 363 hp and 311 lb-ft of torque at MV Performance under the DiabloSport Revolution tuning prowess of Tim Matherly.