1966 Ford Mustang “Project Xecution”

This take-no-prisoners street Mustang is the research mule for the most sophisticated Mustang suspension on the planet.”

– Hot Rod

Project Xecution

Build: CorteX Racing

Owner: Filip Trojanek, Licensed Professional Engineer


Your first hot rod. This particular Mustang project actually altered the entire course of one gearhead’s life.

Filip had a parts list and plans for what he now planned would become his Mustang. Luckily his mom agreed and at 14 years old, Filip started what would become literally a lifetime of wrenching…

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This 1966 Mustang Can Destroy A Modern Shelby GT350R

– CarBuzz.com

Street Legal Pro Touring Mustang

598 rear-wheel horsepower / 6,600 rpm, 542 lb-ft torque / 4,800 rpm

Autocross 1966 Mustang
CorteXracing.com Project Xecution ’66 Mustang on Autocross at OUSCI

Mods

  • Rearend: CorteX Racing cambered (-1.5 degree) full-floating 9-inch with 3.89:1 gears, Truetrac diff, Ford Racing case steel H-Case.
  • Transmission: Tremec T56 modified for road racing, Quarter Master Optimum RR twin 7.25-inch disc clutch
  • Front suspension: Xtreme-Grip™ Vintage Radial-X™ System
    • CorteX Racing SLA and removable tubular K-member
    • CorteX Severe Duty control arms
    • CorteX antiroll bar
    • CorteX Radial X spindles
    • Ohlins coilovers
  • Rear Suspension: Xtreme-Grip™ Vintage System (Full)
    • Watts link
    • Torque arm
    • JRi 4-way Coilovers
  • Engine Type: GM LS7
  • Rotating assembly: GM forged
  • Cylinder heads: ported LS7
  • Camshafts: GM Grand Am race grind
  • Valvetrain: Hydraulic roller cam, 1.46-inch double springs, titanium retainers, 2.20-inch titanium intake valves, 1.615-inch sodium filled exhaust
  • Induction: ported GM LS7 intake, ported 90mm throttle body, 90mm mass air sensor
  • Oiling: stock dry-sump LS7 pan with Aviaid oil control trap door and Peterson 3-gallon tank
  • Fuel: 22-gallon Fuel Safe fuel cell, in-tank Bosch 44 racing pump
  • Ignition: GMPP LS controller, E67 ECM
  • Cooling: C&R radiator, Evans LS water pump, Evans coolant
  • Technology: 4-channel independent road race (high duty cycle) Anti-Lock disc braking system with active fault recovery.
  • Brakes: Front: 380mm vented rotors with 6-piston Brembo XA6 calipers, Rear: 313mm vented rotors with 4-piston Brembo XA3 calipers
    Tires: 315/30R18 Falken Azenis RT-615K on the street, 335/30R18 Hoosier A7 or Michelin 30/68-18 slicks on the track
  • Wheels: 18×12 inch, CorteX Racing CX-14 Split Spoke front and rear

Featuring the Xtreme-Grip™ Vintage Suspension

CorteX Vintage Xtreme-Grip Front Suspension System Features: Low Friction, SLA Design, Minimal Modifications to your vehicle, Increased Chassis Strength, Optimized Roll center, Minimized Bump Steer, Retain OEM shock towers, up to 2.5 inch lower ride height, Highly Adjustable (as shown with Koni Shocks)

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CorteX Vintage Xtreme-Grip Front Suspension System Features: Low Friction, SLA Design, Minimal Modifications to your vehicle, Increased Chassis Strength, Optimized Roll center, Minimized Bump Steer, Retain OEM shock towers, up to 2.5 inch lower ride height, Highly Adjustable (as shown with Koni Shocks)

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