Michael Johnson
Technical Editor
June 8, 2017

Lately we have been encouraged by all the Fox builds going on within the Mustang community. Many of the builds taking place are being done by those of us not in our 40s, but nonetheless, any new Fox builds are going to get our attention. However, when a build is coming to us from Kuwait, our ears perk up like a dog excited for a treat.

Fox Body Composites out of Kuwait is currently building what it calls Project Epoxied, a 1993 Mustang LX coupe destined for big things. The rendering was done by Andreas Hoas, and the plan is for the Fox coupe to be reborn with a boost-friendly 363-inch small block with Fox Body Composites’ carbon fiber intake and valve covers. Bullet Performance, also located in Kuwait, is handling the turbo system, which will be based around a pair of Precision 6266 turbochargers.

The 1993 LX coupe body was treated to a complete teardown before getting blasted. The paint and body portion of the build is being handled by D-Power Garage in Kuwait. We can’t wait to see the finished product.

The fuel system and engine management unit will be from FuelTech, while shifting will be done via a Tremec T56 Magnum six-speed. Out back will be an 8.8 with 3.08 gears (They must not have speed limits in Kuwait) and Yukon axles, and the wheels of choice are RSV forged RSF12s, 18x8 up front and 18x10 rear.

Evidently, the Fox Mustang culture in Kuwait is huge, and Fox Body Composites is doing its part to grow it even larger.