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Ford Mustang Cobra Jet (2012)

Ford Mustang Cobra Jet (2012) Ford Racing has unveiled the 2012 Mustang Cobra Jet at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) show in Orlando, Florida. This is the first time for Cobra Jet to be available in three color options-Race Red, Grabber Blue and Winner White-and coordinated graphics. Ford also announced that the goal for the 2012 Cobra Jet is to build 50 turn-key race cars ready to take its own place in NHRA history.

Ford Mustang Cobra Jet (2012) Ford Mustang Cobra Jet (2012) Ford Mustang Cobra Jet (2012) The 2012 Cobra Jet features a 5.4L supercharged engine based on the 2011 SVT Mustang with two supercharger options, a 2.3 liter TVS unit or a 4.0 liter Ford Racing Whipple supercharger. Each vehicle has an aluminum block engine, standard automatic transmission, double keyed crankshaft, Manley H-beam connecting rods, low-drag racing brakes and optimized spring rates for the front and rear.

The 2012 CJ will come with all of the features of the 2010 car including a full race-prepared automatic transmission, drag race-specific shocks and springs, manual steering and brakes, 8.50 certified rollcage, and an Aeromotive return-style fuel system with trunk-mounted fuel cell. Additionally the Cobra Jet will feature black anodized Cobra Jet wheels from Weld Racing and a new compound tire with unique Cobra Jet branding from Goodyear.

The ready to race Cobra Jet will get its start at the Auto Alliance International (AAI) assembly plant in Flat Rock, Mich. in the first quarter of 2011. The entire 50-car run of 2012 Cobra Jets will be built on the same production line that produces the 2012 Ford Mustang production car. The MSRP for the M-FR500-CJ is $91,900 with a fully loaded Cobra Jet priced at $103,980.

For racers who want to build their own cars, there is a Mustang Competition Roller based on the Cobra Jet that is serialized and complete, minus the power train. More info at

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