Henry De Los Santos
Mustang360 Network Content Director
April 30, 2018

It’s all about the attention to details and when it came to our Continental Tire Presents Mustang360 Week to Wicked S197 build, we wanted nothing but the best underneath our hood. To bring a lot more excitement to our engine bay, we partnered up with JLT Performance and installed a variety of custom painted covers along with their in-house HydroGraphics finish, including their radiator support, fuse box, coolant tank, intercooler tank, and coil covers. We also swapped out the factory prop rod for JLT’s custom painted (Ingot Silver) Redline Tuning Hood QuickLIFT system.

We then installed a JLT Big Air Intake that features a 123mm MAF housing, ABS heat shield, and an S&B air filter built to JLT Performance’s specifications. Lastly, we completed the engine bay modifications with a JLT 3.0 oil separator.

JLT Performance offers quite a bit when it comes to form and functionality, but best of all, everything we listed is on the shelves and readily available.


Follow the entire build

Continental Presents Mustang360 Week To Wicked build

Day 1 coverage

Day 2 Coverage

Day 3 coverage

Day 4 coverage

Day 5 coverage

Final Video

Week to Wicked 2013 Ford Mustang Build Presented by Continental Tire

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M360 Week to Wicked: Wizards Products

M360 Week to Wicked: JLT Performance

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