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This Bad 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Is a Track Dominator
Snapshot: Track-Dominating 2012 Boss 302
Larry Twohigs • New York, NY • 2012 Boss 302
New York City’s Larry Twohigs spends most of his time at New Jersey Motorsports Park with his dedicated track car. Still street legal, it has plenty of modifications installed to keep this beast running at peak performance. Installed on this 2012 Boss 302 are a Laguna Seca tranny cooling scoop, Ford Performance towhooks in the front and rear, bored-out foglight covers and brake duct vents, an auto-blip device, a Blowfish Racing shifting bracket, a trunk-mounted Canton Racing Accusump oil pressure regulator, and a Safecraft fire extinguisher. Helping to stop this Boss are Kenny Brown Baer Eradispeed2 14-inch, two-piece slotted rotors on all four corners (no cross-drilling) with Vorshlag stainless steel brake lines, Pagid pads, and a Blowfish Racing brake cooling kit. In front of the brakes sit matte black CCW C14 Corsair wheels (18x11) with a ribbed lip and front hub extenders complete with Nitto NT01 rubber. Also installed is a Tiger Racing fiberglass hood with MRT Pneumatic hood struts, a Watson Racing hoodpin kit, an FRPP dash pod cluster and Autometer digital gauges, FRPP front and rear hubs and longer lug bolts, a CDC aluminum Dead Pedal, a Billy Club weighted Delrin knurled shifter, Roush side and rear splitters, and a World Challenge front splitter. Roush axle-back mufflers with black tips complete the exhaust. Handling comes from Cortex JRi double-adjustable Xtreme Grip suspension, Watts Link, Thrust Arm, and Eibach ARB.