Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Equipped with only a Snow Performance Comp-One™ water-methanol injection system, a 2.4-inch supercharger pulley, and an FMS oval throttle body, the Snow Performance Mustang GT-500 posted the fastest ET and MPH at the Mopars At The Strip show held last weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The 2014 Mustang ran 11.4 seconds at 128.8 MPH at the strip's 2000-ft elevation, on 91 octane pump fuel, and with a set of 315/30R20 Nitto NT-01R’s and 4.10 gears. The Mopars At The Strip Pony Car Wars invites a variety of late-model muscle cars, including Camaros, Mustangs and Challengers. Most of the competitors were running on race fuel.
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Thursday, April 17, 2014
|Matt Snow of Snow Performance with his 2014 Mustang GT-500 that won the Supercharged Dyno Shootout at the 2014 Mopars At The Strip Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.|
Snow Performance’s 2014 GT-500 made 700 rear-wheel horsepower to win the dyno shoot-out during the Mopars At The Strip show held April 11th thru the 13th in Las Vegas, Nevada. While other late-model muscle-cars were competing in this competition on race fuel, Snow Performance's Mustang won the supercharger category running only on pump gas. The Snow Performance Mustang GT-500 is equipped with a 2.4-inch supercharger pulley, an FMS oval throttle body, and a new Snow Performance Comp-One™ water-methanol injection.
With these modifications of the stock engine, the horsepower levels are increased from 583 rear-wheel horsepower in stock form, to 700 rear-wheel horsepower. Snow had uses a 10-percent lower crank pulley to try and achieve more boost from the supercharger, but later was removed because in testing, Snow discovered that the factory equipped 2.3L TVS supercharger was being pushed past its efficiency range and more power could be made with just the 2.4-inch upper pulley.
|Actual dyno chart from the winning run at Mopars At The Strip Show.|
According to Matt Snow, President of Snow Performance, the Mustang has more power capability, as only four-degrees of additional timing was added, and only 500ml/min of 50 percent methanol was used to hit the 700 rear-wheel horsepower mark! For more information on Snow Performance Water/Methanol Injection Systems, visit www.snowperformance.net.