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What do you do if you get a package of pictures but no technical information about the vehicle? Maybe you can do the whole thing Post Facebook but writing a report about it is probably rather difficult! But that didn't stop us from this spectacular project from the tuner Galpin Auto Sports (short -> GAS) on tuningblog.eu to present. We have seldom seen a modified Mustang that was staged so spectacularly and of course the huge widebody kit has a large part in it. The components are visually visible and you don't want to hide that at all. In contrast to the Japanese Liberty Walk However, components are not exposed here screwed and so the whole works in our opinion a bit more coherent.
The body kit consists of attachments for the bumper right & left that merge into widenings for the fenders. The whole thing looks identical with the side walls at the back because the massive extensions are built in here too. In addition, there was a conspicuous spoiler lip for the front bumper which made the appearance of the Mustang, in conjunction with the rugged Anderson Composites bonnet, appear much more aggressive and beefy. Subtle approaches for the side skirts and a diffuser for the bumper and a fixed rear spoiler on the tailgate are also installed. Incidentally, the front spoiler, side skirts, rear spoiler and diffuser are made of high-quality carbon fiber and skilfully stand out from the paintwork.
The whitelineperformance.com sticker on the side sills also tell where the lowering comes from, but what exactly was installed here (Sport springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension) is currently unknown to us. A visual highlight is the radiator grille without the typical Mustang horse, which has air inlets illuminated on the right and left that are extremely aggressive and that we have never seen before. The new wheel set from ACE Alloy Wheels, which listens to the AFF06 type and is installed in 20 inches, is also absolutely suitable. The surface of the rims is painted glossy black and through the six filigree spokes you can easily see the changed braking system with its dba brake discs.
Last but not least, the vehicle seems to have received a complete Roush Performance upgrade and that, for example, in the Stage 3 variant up to 680PS & 711NM (or even 850PS) is no longer a secret. Much more is due to the little information available to us not to say so that we leave it in the pictures and the short video. If we get specific details about the changes to the Galpin Mustang, there is of course, as always, an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
(Photos: Galpin Auto Sports - GAS)
These are the changes to the Ford Mustang 5.0:
- Widebody kit (attachments for the right & left bumpers, extensions for the front fenders, extensions for the side walls, spoiler lip for the front bumper, Anderson Composites bonnet, attachments for the side skirts, diffuser, fixed rear spoiler)
- Grille without Mustang horse (lighted air intakes)
- Wheel set by ACE Alloy Wheels (type AFF06, 20 inches, glossy black, six filigree spokes)
- dba brake discs (slotted)
- Roush Performance Upgrade (possibly 5.0L V8 engine tuned to more than 650 PS by compressor supercharging)
- whitelineperformance.com lowering (sport springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension, Airride air suspension - more information is not available)
- Sport exhaust system (more information is not available)
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Widebody & 20 incher
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