Wayne Cook
March 1, 2009
Photos By: Tracy Stocker

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The Details
Kirk Casey's '05 Brooks Stealth-R Mustang
Brooks Performance chassis number 001


  • 4.6L 281ci SOHC 24-valve V-8
  • 3.55-inch bore
  • 3.54-inch stroke
  • Whipple intercooled supercharger
  • 477 rear wheel horsepower
  • 400 lb/ft torque


  • Tremec five-speed manual
  • Steeda Tri-Ax shifter


  • 8.8-inch axle
  • 3.73 gears


  • MagnaFlow high-flow catalytic converters
  • MagnaFlow X-style crossover


  • Front: H&R racing springs, Tokico D-Spec adjustable struts, Eibach adjustable front antisway bar, Brooks strut tower brace, caster/camber plates
  • Rear: H&R racing springs, Tokico D-Spec adjustable shocks, Eibach adjustable rear antisway bar, adjustable aluminum Panhard bar, polyurethane control arm bushings, competition rear lower control arms


  • Front: Stainless Steel Brakes 14-inch disc, powdercoated eight-piston caliper
  • Rear: OE disc


  • Front: HRE 593R, 20x8.5
  • Rear: HRE 593R, 20x10


  • Front: Nitto Invo, P255/35R20
  • Rear: Nitto Invo, P295/35R20


  • OE black leather interior
  • three-gauge dash pod; Auto Meter boost, fuel pressure, and air/fuel ratio gauges


  • Brooks Performance Red with Charcoal Gray, cowl hood, front bumper cover with integral spoiler and high-intensity driving lamps, competition rear wing, billet front brake cooling ducts, center foglamp grille, body colored mirrors, Stealth R billet grille and rear deck emblems

Classic Performance Package

  • Brooks Performance also works on classic Mustangs. Its '65 Mustang 2+2, otherwise known as Project Quicksilver, is a perfect example of the company's craft. Vehicle modifications are extensive but always functional and in good taste. The body look includes components such as an Eleanor-style hood, a GT350 front valance panel, Shelby sidescoops, and a racing-style flip-open fuel door. Budnik wheels and four-wheel disc brakes complete the competition look. Underhood, the Quicksilver Mustang has a 347 short-deck screamer that makes 450 hp and is connected to a G-Force T-5 transmission. Out back, you'll find a 9-inch axle with 3.73 gears. There is a lot of attention paid to the suspension. The following are examples of just a few things Brooks includes: a 1-inch upper control arm drop, Koni shocks, Hotchkiss suspension components, and welded subframe connectors. Interior appointments include air conditioning, Auto Meter instrumentation, and Corbeau GTS-II seats. For more details on Brooks Performance's Project Quicksilver, call (717) 360-1755 or visit www.brooksperformance.com.