05gt + vanquish power

Peter

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This was put together but WMS Racing in Calgary Alberta, Very Very Amazing.

It uses the 6.0L engine from a V12 Vanquish, its then stroked to 6.2L, its got a tubbed rear frame to fit the massive rear tires on (345's i believe), its also got a glass roof. You can learn more about it and see the transformation here:

http://www.wmsracing.com/wmsweb/vpproject.htm
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http://www.svtoa.ca/cutecast/cutecast.pl?session=N7EhAPsqrbhIxbMgGUdvCoFdvE&forum=14&thread=1623&page=1

Pics:
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Custom One off Manifolds (next to Mustang LT's)
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Polished 6 piston front calipers with 14" X 1.25" rotors.
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These are the rear Iforged, 19" X 12" Hyper graphite with a polished lip.
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Cobra Missano seats. They are stunning ! Black leather with blue alcantara centers, carbon fiber back and billet aluminum braces.

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In Paint
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Rear Diff:
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Engine
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Glass roof.
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holy fuck :eek: that has to be the coolest 05 GT i've seen. those headers are insane, good find buddy. i actually have been to WMS racing when i took my car to the 25th international mustang show when it was held in cagary afew years back. there were some of there customers stangs in the show and 1 or 2 in my catagory. they do fenominal work. don't mean to whore your thead peter but here's a few of there cars an a couple more of the show. there was like 600+ mustangs in attendence.

WMS customers car, wicked car
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another WMS stang supersharged 5.0 and the corner of mine ;D
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sweet fox
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nice sn95 5.0
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i cruzed 1000kms to the show with these 2 saleens and the cobra vert in the next pic
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supercharged 450rwhp
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my old girl dam near stock
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hm... i guess thats cool...

I think its silly mixing a british powertrain with an American car...

Engine was designed and pretty much made by Ford, aston martin is owned by Ford..what's silly? A v-12 in a Mustang..man that must sound freaking awesome. Nice posts..thanks!!


Here you go, from Winkpedia:

The Vanquish's V12 engine shares some components and design elements with the 3.0 L Duratec 30 V6 from parent-company Ford. It even shares the same bore and stroke dimensions. For this reason, many people incorrectly dismiss the Aston Martin V12 as merely "two Duratecs linked together."
The V12 engine in the Vanquish was designed at Ford Research in the USA. Cosworth Technologies was originally contracted to manufacture the engine, but had no involvement with the design. Previous articles which correctly recount this engine's development have appeared in Automotive Industries magazine.
It is correct that the AM V12 shares components with the 3.0L 'Duratec' V-6 engine used in the Ford Taurus, but it is not possible to simply put two V-6's together to make a V12. The bank offset for a V12 is equal to one rod bearing width, whereas the bank offset for a 60-degree V-6 is significantly longer than one rod bearing width, thus it is necessary to design a V12 as a totally new engine.
 

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