Any car or tuning enthusiast has probably heard about this ride, by now. If not, let me enlighten you: this is the Reactor. Aftermarket specialists overs at Ringbrothers have been working on this awesome project, based on a 1967 Ford Mustang; it was actually developed in collaboration with ROUSH Performance, who provided the 427 IR engine – 551 hp and 535 lb-ft of torque.
Unfortunately, Ringbrothers did not disclose the performance figures (0-60 mph / 0-100 km/h acceleration, top speed, quarter mile time) of the 1967 Ford Mustang Reactor. But, that’s really not important right now, since the car comes with countless modifications, both in terms of performance and looks. The engine of the 1967 Mustang Reactor features forged 4340 steel H-Beam connecting rods, a bespoke crankshaft, Wiseco forged pistons, and a Roush camshaft. Also on the list are a bespoke intake manifold with a Weber-style 8-stack induction system, electronic fuel injection, and a performance fuel pump.
With that kind of modifications, this ride is bound to be fast.