Here's that LS1 powered Mustang built by GForce Design Concepts called Project Orphan making a pass at 411 Dragway... it's for sale, the listing is below the video clip...
I am selling my 1990 Mustang cpe.
This is the old PHR Mustang called the Orphan .
This is Project Orphan, Popular Hot Rodding Magazine’s LS1-powered Mustang LX Coupe. You can follow along from the May to the September 2007 issues. This car was properly assembled and has plenty of high-dollar goodies in it. It has been only driven 1000 miles since completion . This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to own something truly different that has some history with it and goes 9s while getting 20 mpg. The car needs nothing and is ready to go. Just jump in and drive it home. It will be sold at a very reasonable price. To duplicate this car, you’d need to spend over $18,000 and about six months of your life to build it. Instead, the hard work has already been done here and we only want a portion of it back.
In summation, this car combines a completely reliable, fully functional fuel-injected LS1 drivetrain that goes like stink in a lightweight Mustang LX Coupe. It combines the modern day performance and drivability of the GM LS engines with the simple and durable Fox Mustang platform. The car is still tight and there is no rust-through anywhere.
1990 Mustang LX Notchback with 77,000 original miles, solid body, no accidents ever, never smoked in
Original Oxford white paint with some dings and dents. It looks good and with a good detail will shine up nice. It is not perfect, but a 8 out of 10. There's minor surface rust under the car, nothing major.
Blue Interior with new Black carpeting
1996 Mustang black cloth bucket seats, 1998 Mustang GT steering wheel with functional Airbag
2003 Mustang Cobra 10th anniversary shift knob
Rear seat delete with black carpeting
Power Windows and door locks
Sony Xplod head unit with upgraded speakers
Fully functional Camaro gauge cluster (except fuel level)
Relocated battery with aluminum box and cutoff switch
New headlights and front turn signals, new weatherseals on doors, Z06 badges on front fenders
2002 Camaro Z28 5.7 liter LS1 w/harness, LS1 block casting with notched stock pistons
Ported stock throttle body and Camaro mass air meter with high flow ends
MSD 8.5mm ignition wires, ASP underdrive pulley
Thunder Racing camshaft with 230/236 @ .050 lift, .592/.602 lift, 112 LSA, Comp Cams 7.400 pushrods
Thunder Racing/GTP Stage 2 CNC-ported and hand-blended heads with Ti retainers, dual springs, 2.02/1.57 valves
LS6 intake manifold, 38 lb/hr MSD injectors
American Racing 1 3/4 - 1 7/8 stepped headers with merge collector and 3-inch X-pipe, Bassani BX cat-back (sounds great.)
Cartek tuning, makes 414 rwhp and 389 rwtq.
The Nitrous Works adjustable wet system, 75 to 125 hp with purge kit
Walbro 255-lph high pressure in-tank pump with -6 lines feeding fuel rail
No Air conditioning (but the evaporator box is still there)
New Camaro radiator and used Camaro dual fans, 160-degree thermostat. .
2002 T56 “Race Ready” prepared by Rockland Standard Gear (650 lb-ft) with steel 3-4 shift Fork, billet keys, carbon fiber synchros OEM Hurst shifter modified for Mustang floorpan
Zoom Kevlar clutch w/billet steel flywheel, McLeod Steel master clutch cylinder
Reverse lights and lockout functional, Skip Shift disabled through PCM
Custom HD steel driveshaft with 3/4-ton U-joints, HPM driveshaft safety loop and subframe connectors
Ford 8.8 Rear with Alloy USA 31-spline axles, 3” Moroso wheel studs, Eaton 31-spline limited slip differential, 4.10 gears
Power steering and power brakes functional
UPR tubular K front crossmember with control arms and 175 lb-in QA1 coilovers
Maximum Motorsports Brake Upgrade (Stainless lines, Hawk pads, etc.)
Tokico Illumina struts and shocks UPR Chromoly rear control arms, Suspension Techniques rear sway bar
Wild Rides upper and lower torque box reinforcements
No front sway bar (I will give you one that you can reinstall)
Factory wheels with Nitto NT450 and NT555R Drag Radials (245/50/16 all around with 500 miles on them)
Weld Prostars 15x3.5 with skinnies and 15 x 10 with 28x10 MT ET Drag slicks
Note: The fuel gauge does not work. It is wired up but the PCM needs to be programmed to make it work. It’s the only thing we couldn’t figure out. The nitrous bottle is empty. Also the gauge cluster came out of a Camaro parts car and reads 130,000 miles on it but the car has less than 80,000 as the original paint and windshield proves.
Nitrous (200 shot) - 9.86 at 141 mph (1.41 60-foot)
On Motor – 11.21 at 122.05 mph (1.59 60-foot)
RWHP – 414 (approx 475 at the crank,)RWTQ – 389 (approx 447 at the crank)
Race weight – 2,874 pounds
Fuel economy – 20 mpg
I am selling this because I have too many cars and I need to redirect my resources towards a new project car. It has been incredible owning this car and so much fun walking on Cobras, Camaros, Vipers, Supras, Z06 Corvettes and the like. I kid you not that by owning this car, everyone will want to pick on you in this little Mustang but they’ll never know what you’re packing until you pass them with a car that pulls 122 on the big end without nitrous. Nobody ever expects this little coupe to be as fast as it is. And on the street tires, it’s not a handful to drive but given the right circumstances, it will easily pass your abilities. I hope that whoever buys this car is familiar with handling something with this much power. I’m ready to sell, so email me with any questions.
Not interested in trades and ABSOLUTELY NO TIREKICKERS OR JOYRIDES. Thanks for looking!
ASKING 13,000, a steal for a car this fast !
I have also added a 8 Point roll cage and RCI cam lock belts.