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Phillip Thomas News Editor
October 22, 2015
Photos By: Ford Motor Company

Bisi Ezerioha is no stranger to speed, and his company, Bisimoto Engineering, has moved up through the ranks by pushing turbocharged Honda engines to their limits in drag racing, while becoming a dominant tuner in the industry. With a wide breadth of experience and a knack for knocking the world around during SEMA, Bisimoto has released the “BisiBoost” Mustang, a 2.3L EcoBoost Mustang (call it the EcoStang) that’s been built to churn out 900 hp from the turbo-four.

This has to be one of the most powerful EcoStangs we’ve heard of and proves that the Mustang is no slouch, even without its venerable V8 settled between the fenders.

To start, the stock cylinder head was tweaked by Port Flow Design before being stuffed with Supertech springs and titanium retainers, Web Camshafts Level 2.4 cam, and ARP hardware. The bottom end uses steel rods, Arias 9.0:1 billet forged pistons, and more ARP hardware to keep everything together. The fuel system uses Five O Motorsports 2200cc injectors, Golden Eagle fuel rails, Kinsler fuel filter, and a MagnaFuel 750 fuel pump to feed the boosted 2.3L four-banger enough fuel for that 900 hp. All of this force is contained in the stock block, which uses Golden Eagle sleeves and ARP head and main studs, but otherwise carries on as is.

The body uses an AIRDESIGN USA body kit with a swath of carbon-fiber trim, which we find brings a nice and subtly aggressive attitude to the EcoStang, and this all hunkers down on some 19x9.5-inch Fifteen52 Tarmac wheels. The interior wraps up Bisimoto’s ultimate EcoStang with a Watson Racing rollcage, Racepak IQ3 data-logger dash, Momo racing seats, and Gulstrand Engineering’s pro heavy-duty race harness.

Stay tuned to HOTROD.com as we gear up for SEMA 2015.