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1989 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Jon Kaase 2000 HP Twin Turbo Build Project


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1989 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Jon Kaase 2000 HP Twin Turbo Build Project

Mods and Powertrain:

Block: Dart Iron Eagle 351W machined by Jon Kaase Racing Engines

Crankshaft: Lunati billet

Rods: Oliver billet

Pistons: Ross

Camshaft: Custom solid-roller

Cylinder Heads: Trick Flow High-Ports

Intake: Trick Flow R Box with an Accufab 95mm Throttle Body

Power Adder: Two Precision billet-wheel 7675 Turbos with Chiseled 2000-horsepower under-dash inter cooler and a 7-gallon tank

Fuel System: Two Holley brushless pumps, Aeromotive Fuel pressure regulator, Aeromotive fuel rails, Billet Atomizer injectors and stainless hardline (10 feed and 8 return)

Exhaust: Custom 2-inch stainless headers, custom 3 inch stainless exhaust 3.5 inch Vibrant mufflers

Transmission: ATI Turbo 400 automatic Pro Torque, Billet Torque converter and Pro Ratchet shifter.

Rearend: Chris Alston chrome-moly 9-inch w/, Strange Pro heavy duty aluminium case, Strange 3.20 gears, and Strange Pro Race axles.

Electronics Engine Management: Fuel Tech FT600

Ignition: Fuel Tech w/ MSD wires and NGK spark plugs

Front Suspension:
*K-member: UPR Products tubular
*A-arms: UPR Products tubular
*Struts: QA1
*Springs: QA1
*Brakes: Aerospace Pro Street
*Wheels: Boze Forged billet, 18×8-inch
*Tires: Nitto NT05

Rear Suspension:
*Shocks: QA1
*Springs: QA1
*Brakes: Aerospace Pro Street
*Wheels: Boze Forged billet, 19×12-inch

Tires: Nitto NT05R drag radials

Owner and Builder: Mark Schlitzkus (Mschlitzkus)
Build Thread:
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Video Credits:
Billet Atomizer 225 Idle on E85:
Schlitz Fox Coupe first startup:
Schlitz Coupe all done:
Redfoxcoupe/Schlitz Coupe Video:
This video purpose is to tell world about amazing car build project and to inspire ever growing car builder community around the world. So if you’re inspired in building your own car and want to learn more about how to do it in best way, don’t hesitate and read build source page so you can learn something new and if something is not clear you can always ask builder some questions about the build.


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  1. Thank you for taking the time to make this video ??. For the record, Greg Brown (worked for Kaase at the time) did the shortblock machine work only at Kaase’s.

  2. One AWESOME build !!!! Goes to show that awesome cars can still be built in the home garage. BRAVO Man, you knocked this build off the planet !

  3. Great Video, even better car. That is quality work right there! Great job to everyone involved with that build. So clean you can eat off it!

  4. Man, Bring that BEAST to TX2K18.  I could only dream of owning such a master piece. Will be looking for you at TX2K18

  5. Your attention to detail is mind blowing! Love that you made it a stick shift and have tail pipes! I hate autos and dumps

  6. Awesome build. Good to see a Fox body with ford power plant. You went with Trick Flow heads, why not the John Kaase heads, just curious?

  7. kinda made me sad that I lost mine 2yrs ago. she was a 89 in pearl white. verrrry depressing moment in life to say the least. but watching this brought back alot of great moments during ownership

  8. What a build! (insert drool here) Quarter window moldings would be my only nit-pick, which is probably ridiculous. Sanding and filling those wasn't fun when we did mine.

  9. OMG baddest notch I have ever seen. Flawless dude . I knew done the right way that a notchback would look better than the pro touring GMs. Can’t stop watching the video.

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