Steeda Autosports is proud to announce the 2007 Q335 Club Racer. The Club Racer was designed and engineered by Steeda to meet performance enthusiasts demand for a car that can excel on a road course, drag strip at cruise nights and be able to be driven every day.

The Club Racer, introduced at the Performance Racing Industry Show in Orlando, Florida, was featured in the Nitto Tire display equipped with the Nitto NT01 performance radials.

Steeda Q335 Club Racer
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Since its introduction in 2005, the Q335 has continually outperformed normally aspirated and supercharged specialty market Mustangs at many open track events including Hallett Motor Racing Circuit, during the Mid-America Ford Performance Meet held annually in Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Mustang Club of America 30th Anniversary Stampede at Barber Motorsports Park, Birmingham, Alabama.

The Q335 Club Racer comes with all the standard Q335 equipment plus these competition proven parts: Steeda Pro-Action Struts and shocks, Front Control Arm Relocation Kit and chrome –moly rear lower control arms. Popular options include the competition front facia, Steeda billet front brake duct kit, 14” front and 13” rear brake upgrades. The Steeda Q335 Club Racer is available through Ford dealers.

Steeda Q335 Club Racer
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Enthusiasts who currently own a 2005-07 Mustang GT, can build their own Club Racer by ordering the Steeda Ultimate Power-Pak for up to 48 additional horsepower and Club Racer Package.

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3 comments:

Jennifer  (4) posted on 01.12.2007

An excelent display of power and beauty . The package should be ordered by every mustang owner

Richie_Rich  (7) posted on 01.12.2007

I’dd like to dedicate this car for all those who smash their hand in their chest telling everyone that American Muscle . Simply look at it and it doesn’t take much to realise this is actualy a masterpiece.

Guss  (6) posted on 01.12.2007

Sweet ride, man. I’d like to get my hands on one of those. READ MY LIPS : BURN OUT !!!!

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