SEMA 2012: Ford Mustang Switchback by Ringbrothers

18 Nov 2012 2:22 pm | Auto Shows, Cars, Ford

With all the aftermarket packages provided by all sorts of tuners worldwide, the 2012 SEMA Show was a genuine visual treat for tuning enthusiasts. One of the cars that received a lot of aftermarket packages for SEMA is the new Ford Mustang and this one, modified by Ringbrothers, has just popped in front of our eyes.

They’ve named their package Switchback and it boasts performance upgrades as well as good looks. Under the hood the 5.0-liter engine has received a ProCharger supercharging system with Flowmaster headers, Hose Candy sleeves, Royal Purple fluids and a state of the  art intercooler.

In addition to that, the guys at Ringbrothers have also fitted the car with a Flowmaster 409S dual exhaust system. These changes have risen the Mustang’s output from a stock 430 HP to a whopping 575 HP.

Furthermore, the stock looks of the car haven’t seemed to have satisfied Ringbrothers, so they’ve also fitted the car with a carbon fiber body kit and front splitter, alongside a double piece modular carbon fiber hood with interchangeable insert.

Aside from all these, the car has been garnished with a waterborne paint and aluminum side vents, plus a full set of mono-piece HRE wheels measuring 20 inches in diameter at the rear and 19 inches at the front, shod in Nitto rubbers sized 315/35R20 respectively 275/35R19.

As for the interior, they’ve only removed the rear seats and added new custom upholstery. We do wonder whether these upgrades are expensive or not.

[Ringbrothers & HRE]