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Superchared 2013 Mustang GT Headers Turn Red

Last Updated 12/10/2016 by Jeff Jimenez

Watch the headers on our Whipple supercharged 2013 Mustang GT turn glowing red during a Texas Mile run in 2012!

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It's common sense that running a standing mile in any vehicle is hard it. In 2012 we took our 2013 Mustang GT, Project High Impact, to the Texas Mile in Beeville, TX. This event allows automotive enthusiasts to put their car, truck or motorcycle to the ultimate test. You see what your MPH is at the end of one mile.

We figured this would be a great test of Project High Impact's performance and driveability. We decided to film our 174 MPH run with a couple of GoPro Cameras and what we caught on camera was jaw dropping! The factory exhaust manifolds turned glowing red/white hot by the end of the mile run. Project High Impact featured factory manifolds and catalytic converters. The only performance modifications were a Ford Racing Whipple supercharger and 2013 Shelby GT500 Axle Back.

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Superchared 2013 Mustang GT Headers Turn Red

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Published on 2013-07-27
We took Project High Impact to the Texas Mile event. Needless to say it did well. It ran two 174 mph times with the best being 174.6 mph. In the video you will see the headers heat up, what your tires do at 170+ mph and you will see the rear antenna do its best to stay on the Mustang. Project High Impact is our 2013 Mustang GT that features the Track Pack and Recaro Seats Options from the factory.