A standard Ford Mustang Boss 302 comes from factory with a 5.0-liter V-8 engine that delivers a total of 440 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque. Those are very impressive numbers for a muscle car, but not good for a car enthusiast like Ricky Wilson who wishes his car to deliver much more than that.

As a result he took his standard Boss 302 and took it to Millersville, Maryland-based tuner Justin Performance Center (JPC). The tuner updated the car to an amazing 1,200 rear-wheel horsepower. For this JPC installed a forged short block, 105-pound injectors, JPC fuel system using E85 fuel and a custom 76 mm Precision turbo kit.

Despite these impressive changes made under the hood, this Mustang Boss 302 keeps the standard close-ratio six-speed manual transmission, helping to keep the cost of the build minimal. This also goes to show just how awesome that transmission really is.

Hit the jump to watch the Ford Mustang Boss 302 by JPC on the dyno.

  • 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 by JPC
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Source: MustangHeaven

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