So there you have it. Having been both SEMA show car and Barrett-Jackson charity champion for a worthwhile cause, this benevolent beast of a GT is now ready for road duty in the hands of its generous new owner. We bet charitable giving never felt so good...
Engine and Drivetrain
Stock 5.0-liter Coyote
Power Adder Kenne Bell 2.8-liter Mammoth twin-screw supercharger
Intake Manifold Kenne Bell
Injectors Kenne Bell 47-lb/hr
Exhaust Cervini's side-exit
Rearend Stock, narrowed 3-in
Stock w/Kenne Bell tune
Gauges Stock w/Auto Meter boost and air/fuel
Suspension and Chassis
Struts/Springs Eibach coilover
Brakes Baer w/six-piston calipers and 14-in rotors
Wheels Budnik, 20x8.5-in, 6.5-in backspacing
Tires Falken FK452, 245/35R-20
Shocks/Springs Eibach coilover
Brakes Baer, 14-in rotors, stock calipers
Wheels Budnik, 22x10-in, 6.75-in backspacing
Tires Falken FK452, 285/35R-22
Mostly unmolested save for...
Mostly unmolested save for re-trimming, the Pegasus Mustang cockpit still won’t be mistaken for any other GT. We like the seatbacks’ tongue-in-cheek GT 5.00 embroidery. (The seat re-upholstery is credited to The Upholstery Guy of Chino Valley, Arizona.)
This is one of Kenne Bell’s...
This is one of Kenne Bell’s earliest Coyote-specific blower kits in existence. Given that the coupe was to be auctioned, it was purposely conservatively tuned for “only” 525 hp at the wheels. Its buyer may be happy to know that much more power can be had with nothing more complicated than a quick electronic recalibration.