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It would be kind of silly to have such a bulging, muscular Mustang with a stock engine, even if it is a Coyote 5.0. To pump up the power like it pumped up the sheetmetal, Galpin turned to Ford Racing’s proven supercharger upgrade. This polished twin-screw is further augmented by one of JLT Performance’s plastic Big Air GT500 CAI systems. Hidden under the custom-painted cam covers are a quartet of Comp Cams’ street/strip ’sticks, and underneath the car is a full Bassani Xhaust system. “...The cams make the car sound like a vintage hot rod. You’ve got to hear the vehicle rumble—the cams really add to the character of the vehicle,” Ted enthused. “...The cams make tuning the vehicle more difficult, but worth the effort...” All told this combo is said to be good for 711 hp at the crank.