Every aftermarket shops in the U.S. who have an interest in modern Mustangs busy cranking out their ownial version of the 2011 Mustang 5.0. There are many different avenues of power makes the new Mustang because there are 5.0 Mustangs out there. Some people try to make power all the motors, the other will be for the turbocharger. However, the best way to make big power in our eyes is to stick with the supercharger tried – and – true.
Performance evolution is no stranger to readers powerTV. Their latest projects, 2011 roads – driven supercharged Mustang GT, has all the toppings for badass muscle machine. The car, a 2011 Mustang GT California Special with automatic transmission 6 – speed (Ford 6R80), looks a little humility on the outside. The exterior is a stock of all, except for the grill 7 – Bar Roush black and a set of 19X9.5 “Dark RTR gunmetal wheels (made by Vaughn Gittin Jr’s Mustang bum.) Under the tent, although the number of bolts – on modifications that crank up the power enough slightly. To begin with, a Ford Racing Performance Parts’ s supercharger tuner kit. This kit is equipped with the basics needed for your Mustang outrageous. The evolution of performance including their own songs in this particular car, which helps boost power to 560 horsepower at the rear wheels, and 474 ft. – lbs of torque.
Supercharger that runs at a very reasonable 8.4 pounds. of the increase (and the Evolution of Performance said they might try to crank it up to £ 11 or 12 if they decide to go to 630 rear wheel horsepower). In addition to the supercharger, intake Evolution Performance also install Vortech 123mm carbon fiber cold air, American Racing 1 7/8th headers, a Borla cat – back exhaust system, and Kenne Bell Boost-a – Pump. The only modification is a 3 ½-inch aluminum driveshaft, who shed 20 pounds of rotating mass. This is a road car – driven, intended for some driving fun every day, and only goes to show how much potential remains in the 5.0 engine is still untapped. This car will run on Super Stang and True Street Class, and will be exhibited at Evolution Performance, Inc. booth at the upcoming NMRA World Finals in Bowling Green, KY
Performance evolution also has a supercharged Mustang 9 – 5.0 seconds, but we will not have details about that for a few weeks. Good things come to those who wait.
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Models with Lineartronic Continuously variable transmission include steering column mounted paddle shifters that allows the driver to select 6 "virtual gears" in manual mode.
All USA specifications mentioned in the above article were transcribed from a 2010 Subaru Legacy North American sales brochure printed June 2009. Japanese specifications were transcribed from a JDM Subaru Legacy brochure printed May 2009 that included an STi accessories sheet, Accessories catalog and a separate Navigation and Audio brochure. UK specifications are taken from a UK specific sales brochure. European specifications are taken from a European specific brochure printed September 2009.
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Gas turbine

A gas turbine, also called a combustion turbine, is a rotary engine that extracts energy from a flow of combustion gas. It has an upstream compressorcoupled to a downstream turbine, and a combustion chamber in-between. Gas turbine may also refer to just the turbine component.

Energy is added to the gas stream in the combustor, where fuel is mixed withair and ignited. In the high pressure environment of the combustor, combustion of the fuel increases the temperature. The products of the combustion are forced into the turbine section. There, the high velocity and volume of the gas flow is directed through a nozzle over the turbine's blades, spinning the turbine which powers the compressor and, for some turbines, drives their mechanical output. The energy given up to the turbine comes from the reduction in the temperature and pressure of the exhaust gas.

Energy can be extracted in the form of shaft power, compressed air or thrust or any combination of these and used to power aircraft, trains, ships, generators

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