We have a lot of respect for all Mustang tuners such as Shelby. They give those cars some immense muscle and we love the whole output with a great look.
But now Ford Mustang by Sutton(Which is officially the Ford Mustang CS800) is one indisputably terrible road monster. It starts life as a standard Mustang GT coupe or even convertible making a “mere” 416hp. London-based tuner Clive Sutton lays hand on it, it comes out a scary 825hp, stoically rising to the class of adorable superb supercars.
Talented with 5.0-liter V8 and a stage-two Whipple supercharger, this car raises your expectations to a whole new level. But the good thing about it is that it delivers just as well.
Sutton further gives this car high flow fuel injectors and a larger throttle body, making this a high flyer without as much competition in the market. The CS800 is gifted 20-inch rear wheels – wrapped in 305/30 Pirelli P Zeros, making traction on any road a walk through the park.
It hits 0-60 mph time in just 3.8 seconds and claims a top speed of 195 mph. Using long gear rations, any supercharger delivers far much better than a turbo. For the CS800, it allows allowing swift, easy movement o twisty tarmac and smooth handling altogether.
We love tuned cars for the personalized effect they are able to bring out. They get very ready and capable to compete at ease. The Ford Mustang CS 800 achieves this fete with gratitude.
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