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ast month we lamented slow progress as still being progress, but in all honesty we were really ready to see some major strides in the work on our 2006 Mustang pro streeter. After all...this thing is going on two years now, right? It is safe to say that major progress is precisely what we got this month, as weâ€™ve checked some big milestones off the list with our engine and body both enjoying new parts and new fabrication ranging from an intake in Michigan to a rear wing in West Virginia and a front end and hood in Virginia. It is exciting to see the vision slowly coming into reality! First, in November we showed you the CAD rendering of the Visner Engine Development (VED) intake Dave Visner was cooking up for our build. The
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PART 20 >>Billet aluminum, chromoly, sheetmetal, and fiberglass are all flying across three states as progress continues on our 2016 pro street Mustang project
december 2015 | RPM Magazine
1: It is finished! The insane all-billet intake is fresh off the 5-axis at Visner Engine Development. The finished piece not only looks incredible, it will perform, too, with provisions for 16 TRE fuel injectors and 16 NOS fogger nozzlesâ€”four on top and four underneath each of the billet runner banks. With another four-nozzle plate behind the throttle body, the final plumbed piece will be a true sight to behold!
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