Following the success of 2008 Cobra Jet, Ford Racing has unveiled the new 2010 enhanced version of the car during this year’s SEMA tuning show in Las Vegas. The Cobra Jet dragster Mustang features one-of-a-kind “SEMA Special” silver paintjob with a charcoal Cobra Jet graphics package. Like its predecessor, this factory-built racer is specially developed for NHRA Stock and Super Stock racing.
Improvements over the previous generation include options for a full race-prepared automatic or manual transmission, drag race-specific shocks and springs, manual steering and brakes, 8.50 certified rollcage, and an Aeromitive return-style fuel system with trunk-mounted fuel cell. Furthermore it now comes with the launch control/rev limiter, that will allow drivers to preset the rpm after they stage the car, as standard. It used to be an aftermarket extra.
The 2010 CJ car features a choice for customers between two supercharged engines or three normally aspirated engines (pending NHRA approval). These options will allow the Cobra Jet to be eligible for more classes in the NHRA, as well as competition with other sanctioning bodies, including NMRA, NMCA, PSCA and IHRA.
2010 Ford Cobra Jet Mustang is limited to only 50 units, all of which have already been ordered! S if you really want one, wait for the next edition and place you r order in advance!