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Sitting Low and Mean: David’s 2013 GT Premium

Black cars tend to naturally exude stealth, but AmericanMuscle customer David’s 2013 GT Premium stands out amongst the rest. At first glance, you’ll notice incredibly low suspension with all the exterior bells and whistles. This car is tuned and equipped with a GT500 axle-back system, resonator delete and a cold air intake. With added power, David chose to incorporate 4-piston Brembo brake calipers painted Ford blue along with Hawk pads. Check out some of the standout mods below and see the full collection at AmericanMuscle.com/SittingLow.

Shiny Silver Shoes

David knew he needed some race inspired wheels to accompany his GT’s eye-catching suspension. He decided to go with Niche Targa Wheels wrapped in Toyo tires. Named after the Targa Florio, an open road endurance race in Sicily, these wheels feature a twin five-spoke design that curves inward for a concaved profile perfect for street, strip or track use. For optimum fitment, David went with 19x8.5 wheels up front and 20x10s in the rear. He chose a sleek silver finish for an accentuated appearance that pairs well with a black paint job. The result is an aggressive muscle car look that also improves overall traction and ride quality. 

The Iconic Scoop

David installed a Roush Hood Scoop on his GT for a more muscular front end. This is the same exact hood scoop Roush offers as an option on their unique R6 aero body kits. Manufactured from blow-molded ABS plastic, this scoop is lightweight and extremely durable. Although it originally arrived unpainted, David chose to match the scoop color to his black exterior paint. The Roush hood scoop easily gives David’s Mustang a distinct design that is quite difficult to duplicate.

Heightened Power

The Mustang GT Premium’s stock intake manifold may perform well at the low end, but chokes off airflow at the top. To alleviate this issue, David opted for a Ford Racing BOSS 302 Intake Manifold in a stealthy black finish. This intake manifold is crafted from a lightweight composite and features a short runner design for optimum flow at higher RPMs, adding approximately 61 RWHP and 43 ft-lb of torque to David’s GT. With nothing more than a JLT cold air intake, this manifold will have you seeing incredible performance gains and set the stage for future power mods. Due to its added power and different intake design, David had to reprogram his Mustang’s ECU to realize full power potential. 

Mellow Yellow

To go along with David’s Roush Extreme Lowering Springs, he installed a set of KONI Sport Shocks and Struts. As a direct replacement for his GT factory units, this shock and strut combination works perfectly with a lowered suspension. The adjustability of this KONI Sport Kit allows David to tweak compression and rebound with just the twist of a knob. Featuring a gas pressurized twin-tube design and large-diameter piston for optimal street performance, they’re finished in a classic yellow powdercoat and the unmistakable, world famous KONI logo.

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