The Pro Touring event Run To The Alamo was held over the weekend. Detroit Speed Engineering (DSE) turned up with their '66 Mustang, equipped with DSE front and rear suspension. For those that aren't familiar, DSE makes very capable front and rear suspension systems for early Camaro's, this is I think their first competition outing in the early Mustang world.
Posts on Pro Touring.com suggest the Mustang has a Roush Yates Coyote 5.0 and 18" rims, fronts are said to be 265/35/18 and rears 315/30/18
Did you happen to check out the first video - of the black Studebaker backing out of the trailer? Looks sinister and sounds perfect!
'66 Coupe Ivy Green with White stripes - Shelby hood - R Model front valance - Paxton Novi 1200 - new drivetrain now in the car - forged 331 with Canfield heads - Bullett custom hydraulic roller - Air-Gap intake - Astro A5 - 486 RWHP - SO MUCH FUN!!
The Mustang suspension system they are making is said to be specifically developed for the early Mustang; and if its anything like their early Camaro stuff, it will be very highly engineered. DSE are known for their 'QuadraLink' 4 link rears in the Camaro world.
1966 factory GT Fastback. Cobra Automotive front and rear suspension. T5z, 8" LSD. Roush 342R with Dynaflow throttle body injection
interested to see the DSE setup.. im looking for options for my FB build and that front clip referenced isnt near as nice as the JME for for $6k.. but at that point i may as well put a AME chassis or tube frame under it as thats $6k..
64.5 vert rust free survivor :
Stacked EFI- Ford strokers 347
4 link rear w/17 x 9's
13" custom brakes
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