The Ford Mustang Fastback is a CSR2 Fast and Furious Finale Event Car of Season 115. The Ford is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
Ford Mustang Fastback Specifications
Real life Fastback
The Ford Mustang GT Fastback from 1967 with its 6.4-liter V8 not only inspired America. The Big Block Mustang is the epitome of the pony car.
Ten minutes of film made the Ford Mustang Fastback GT 390 world famous. Ten minutes in which Steve McQueen in the cult film “Bullitt” and an opponent in a legendary chase through San Francisco.
In 2006 the Mustang Fastback was released in the film series Fast and the Furious. The 1967 Ford Mustang Fastbacks used in Tokyo Drift were built with 1968 Ford Mustang models. It took the production team two months to install the Nissan Skyline GT-R engine in the 1967 model.
In addition, a 430-inch Windsor engine with a 9-inch rear end and a coil was used. This brought the horsepower of the engine closer to “500 horsepower”. Other improvements included improved brakes, racing seats, seven spoke wheels and a rear roll cage. Additional headlamps were removed to provide adequate airflow to the front intercooler.
The Ford Mustang GT 390 Fastback was introduced in 1967 and is one of the most iconic models in the world. Lee Iacocca was largely responsible for its development. At the time, he calculated that the younger generation of American car buyers would rather drive more sporty than their parents with their fin kitsch.
The Fastback GT 390 drove, with muscles pressed into the metal and a lot of power under the hood: 320 hp and 579 Nm torque from 6.4 liters of displacement! These technical data read impressively. Theoretically the top speed is 200 km/h.
The CSR2 Mustang Fastback
The 5 purple star Fordcan fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Fastback should run 7.603s. To sum up, the Ford is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
|Fast and Furious Car||Season 115|
Ford Mustang Fastback tune and shift pattern
|Ford Mustang Fastback|
|NOS||93 / 16.8|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Start at 6.00rpm (needle drop), perfect 2nd and NOS, rest shift at 7.800rpm|