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Ford Mustang CS700 Is the British Shelby

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Now that the Ford Mustang is officially available in Europe and the UK local tuners are busy developing power kits for this muscle car. As you’d expect, the Euro boys are doing better than the Americans, getting much greater results. This is the Ford Mustang CS700 by British super car dealer Clive Sutton and it packs a nice and round 700bhp.

That is more than what you get from any Shelby Mustang. What’s more, Ford Mustang CS700 comes with upgraded suspension which allows you to make better use of that power. Mind you, while Sutton has done a great job with their Mustang in terms of mechanical upgrades, styling-wise they are still ways behind the Americans. The yanks just have a better understanding of ‘cool’ when it comes to visual features.

The meat of Ford Mustang CS700 power kit is a 2.3 liter Whipple supercharger, supported by upgraded intercooler and a new quad-tailpipe active exhaust system, plus larger throttle body, uprated injectors and a different pulley. 700bhp is what it delivers tuned to the max, but you can also have it set at 645bhp if you think you can’t handle that much oomph. Sutton also offers a CS350 kit for the 2.3 liter EcoBoost models with 330bhp and a CS500 V8 kit with 440bhp.

Other highlights include Sutton Bespoke Ride Package that includes KW coilovers and adjustable springs at the front and dampers at the rear with 30mm lower ride height, 20-inch Vossen wheels, Appearance Package including a carbon fibre decklid panel, chin spoiler, rear wing and side skirts, and uprated brakes. The full fat CS700 package will set you back £14,510.

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