H/T: The Drive
Kyle Williams may be a 400-ton Caterpillar truck driver by trade, but in his spare time, he’s in the garage making his automobile dreams come true. His latest project is a 1995 Ford Mustang with an extreme forced induction setup, or to be more specific, eight turbochargers, one for each cylinder. Originally, the project car was supposed to be a 2003 Ford Mustang that ended up in an unfortunate coolant spill accident, and this project was the result.
How much did this project cost? Well, the 1995 Ford Mustang cost $13,000 and then a 5.3L LS V8 from the totaled car was swapped in, complete with a new transmission. Then came the turbochargers, which ran into some oil issues, but eventually was fixed up. The goal is to generate at least 1,000-horsepower, but if that isn’t possible with the turbochargers alone, a single fogger nitrous express setup was also installed for a 200-horsepower boost.
- Authentic exclusive replica of a 1960s Ford Mustang with dark-blue bodywork, white racing stripes, and new-for-March-2019 special elements
- Special elements incl. 5-spoke rims, 2x8 brick with bow, 1x3 mustang logo tile, 2x4 bow with ‘GT’ mark and Ford Mustang V8 engine with many...
- Customizable with the included supercharger, rear ducktail spoiler, beefy exhaust pipes, front chin spoiler, a nitrous oxide tank and more
- Designed for Lego 10265,with this light kit, you can bring your Lego Creator Ford Mustang from dark to bright, make it come to life.
- Please note that only LED light set. All LEGO sets showed in images and videos are not included.
- Package contains dot lights, strip light, expansion boards, connecting cables, battery holder(batteries not included), adhesive squares, and...
Nobody thinks an LS belongs in a Mustang but I did it anyway because that’s the cheapest way to go fast. The biggest challenge with this build over the four-turbo Honda is the oiling system. Eight turbos require so much oil, and I didn’t want to use the engine’s oil pump to feed the turbos and possibly lose oil pressure to the engine,” said Williams.