The Ford Mustang HPE750 is the Prestige Cup Car of Season 129. The Ford is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 4.
Mustang HPE750 Specifications
Real life Mustang
A powerful Ford Mustang GT with 421 hp is not powerful enough for Hennessey Performance. After the HPE750 upgrade, the pony has even more horses, namely 785. Ride on!
Toxic looking, this Mustang! As if a Mustang GT wasn’t already a visual battle cry, Hennessey has given this pony a look that immediately gets you up to top speed. Originally, the Mustang had 421 horsepower and 530 Newton-meters of torque. After the familiar Hennessey HPE750 Supercharger upgrade and the CarbonAero agenda that gives the Mustang a body kit including front splitter, side skirts and rear spoiler lip made of carbon, the five-liter V8 now throws 785 horsepower and 879 Newton-meters of torque on the asphalt. That’s enough for an incredible 208 mph or the equivalent of 335 km/h. Thus the Hennessey Mustang GT is even faster than the Chevy Camaro SS, which brings it “only” to 202 mph (325 km/h). From zero to 100 the Ford Mustang GT needs now only 3.4 seconds. The quarter mile is covered in likewise outstanding 10.9 seconds.
In addition, the upgrade delivers coilover suspension, stronger brakes from Brembo, alloy wheels and a stainless steel exhaust system. Less weight with more power? This Ford Mustang GT must go off like suppositories. This will put many fans of the Ford Mustang in a predicament: Is the Mustang GT enough for them or should it be this Hennessey Mustang after all? In the end, it’s also a question of whether you can get your hands on one at all. There will be only 500 of this wild horse, as Hennessey announces on its website. So good luck with the pony hunt.
The CSR2 Mustang HPE750
The 5 yellow star Mustang can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The HPE750 should run 10.601s. To sum up, the Mustang is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 4.
|Prestige Cup||Season 129|
Ford Mustang HPE750 tune and shift pattern
|Ford Mustang HPE750|
|NOS||211 / 5.7|
|Tires||21 / 79|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, immediately to 2nd, deep good 3rd, deep good 4th and NOS, rest deep good shifts|