It wasn't long before the obligatory 4" cowl hood and Weld Draglites ended up on the car. She may not have had all the
bite to her yet but the car was so beautiful all cleaned up and sounded great with the Flowmaster mufflers. Soon a cold-air
kit went on and I was on my way to some free breathing fun. The drag radials went on soon after as well as the Autometer 5"
Monster tach. So now I basicly had the same Mustang that you see on every corner and life was good. Nothing could beat the
feeling of rowing thru some gears on a sunny summer day with the sunroof out and the stereo blasting.
I met a guy from Cincy Speed's website that I bought a few parts from including an Edelbrock Performer intake, adjustable
fuel pressure regulator and my biggest purchase for the car to date....a Vortech S-trim supercharger pullied for 14 pounds
of boost. I upgraded the fuel system to accomodate by adding 42# injectors, an Aeromotive A1000 pump and some braided line
running from the freshly sumped tank. It took a bit to get the combination right but that was all sorted out after I made
an appointment to Paul's Automotive Engineering and they tuned it with an Autologic chip. At this time the car made 433 HP
at the rear wheels.