The exact time achieved here is 9.76 seconds with an exit trap speed of 146.73 mph. Although we don’t have any details on this car’s output, it obviously makes a lot more power than the standard Mustang GT’s 460 hp. This comes courtesy of a 3.0-liter Whipple supercharger with a 3.25 pulley. Supporting modifications listed here include a return-style fuel system, aftermarket headers, 1050x injectors, and a Palm Beach dyno tune.
The car was built by RareFab and also comprises Steeda suspension to minimize excessive squatting off the line. Naturally, a time like this would be impossible without some sticky rubber, so a pair of Hoosier slicks are fitted to the rear wheels.