Ohio Dealer Is Selling 800 HP Ford Mustangs With Nitrous And A Warranty

A Ford dealership in Ohio is offering customers Ford Mustang GTs that come complete with 800 hp, nitrous, and a warranty.

The dealer, Beechmont Ford Performance, made headlines not too long ago for selling supercharged Mustang GTs with over 700 hp for less than $40,000 each. The dealer’s latest offering though is even more impressive.

Dubbed the Drag Pak, Beechmont Ford Performance has fitted the Mustang GT with a shot of nitrous in the back, a nitrous controller, remote bottle opener, Steeda drag springs, Mickey Thompson Street SS tires, aftermarket half shafts, billet oil pump gears, and upgraded crank sprockets.

The dealership says that every Mustang GT equipped with its Drag Pak will be able to comfortably run 10-second quarter miles without any alterations.

Beechmont Ford Performance offers the Drag Pak to any Mustang GT trim level and it doesn’t matter if the car has a manual or automatic transmission. That’s not all, power-hungry customers can also elect to have their Mustang outfitted with a supercharger or turbocharger if they want even more grunt.

The best thing about all of this? Customers of the dealer’s nitrous-equipped Mustang can still enjoy a partial warranty, The Drive reports. It’s unclear exactly what this warranty covers, but the showroom’s marketing manager, Charlie Watson, says the only piece of maintenance owners will have to worry about is refilling the nitrous bottle.

“Nitrous is a very efficient and very misunderstood power adder. It’s not more dangerous than a supercharger or a turbo, it’s just easier to abuse,” Watson added.

 

  • Blade t

    At least the video doesn’t show the car in action..

  • rodriguez256

    Color looks very nice, the wheels not so much.

  • NICE PAINT.
    NOT AS IMPRACTICAL AS THE DEMON BUT STILL SILLY.

    • TheAmerican

      Depends on what you like doing.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    I’d love one with that color. No need for the drag thing though.

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