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Ford Mustang Boss 302S Race Car Specs

Mustang Boss 302S race car at Ford Mustang Boss 302S Race Car Specs

Ford Racing announced a new race-prepared road racing Mustang, based on the new 2012 Boss 302. This factory-built race car celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Mustang Boss 302”s iconic 1970 Trans-Am championship and can be used for track days and road racing in a number of SCCA and NASA classes.Even in its standard road-going form, the new Boss 302 is a complete animal so the race version must be doubly fun!

This package is be limited to only 50 units, each running for $79000. It can be ordered from Ford Racing website. Here’s the technical specs of the car: (Picture above is the Grand-Am Continental version)


5.0L BossR engine
Engine oil cooler
FR serialized intake badge
Boss 302 fuel system
Upgraded cooling system

5L Boss 6 speed transmission with stock Boss 302 clutch/flywheel
Torsen Diff
3.73 gears
FR1 Muffler

Front: coil over struts
Front lower control arms with extended ball joint and delrin bushing kit
FR adjustable front swaybar
Caster/Camber plates
Rear: coil over shocksTubular lower control arms with spherical bearings
FR Swaybar
EPAS with unique Ford Racing calibration
FIA Spec 6 point roll cage

Lightened FR wiring harness
AMB Transponder
Switch plate – Start/ignition, aux switches

AIM data aquisition system with GPS
Recaro HANS Pro Racer seat
Fire system with 2 nozzles
Quick release racing steering wheel
Window net
Safety system triangle nets
6 point racing harness
Master cut off switch

FR front splitter
Rear adjustable CF wing
Unique fiberglass hood with air extractors
Hood pins
18X9.5″ wheels
Boss 302S graphics package
F/R tow hooks

Brembo race 4 piston front brake system
2 piece 14″ front rotors
2 piece 12″ rear rotors
PFC racing pads
Brake duct kit
Stainless steel brake lines
FR brake booster assembly
Unique FR ABS calibration

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