1997 Ford Mustang Super Stallion
This is the 1997 creation of John Coletti. John Coletti is responsible for many of the best Ford’s through the 1990’s and into the early 2000’s. His career is highlighted by recognizable models, like the 1999 F150 Lightning, 2000 Cobra R with the 4-valve 5.4L modular, and the 2003 SVT Cobra Terminator among many others.
The ’97 Super Stallion contained some never before seen features. Along with its capability to run on gasoline, alcohol, or any combination of the two, the Super Stallion contained modified aluminum cylinder heads, provide improve airflow, and it’s twin throttle bodies channel the air to the high capacity, clutch-activated Garrett supercharger.
The Mustang Super Stallion was fitted with the 5.4L modular V-8, a four-valve head and a big ol’ Garrett supercharger. All up power was an insane 595 hp. The headline power figures are made on 10 psi of boost, while running on the 85% ethanol blend known as E85. On 93 octane pump gas, and 8 psi, the Super Stallion put down 545 hp. Nothing to laugh at, especially when the revered Terminator made 390 hp. What kind of performance did one of Coletti’s finest creations have? 0-60 mph came in 3.8 seconds and the quarter mile in 12.1 seconds at 117 mph.
Below you’ll find many specs and pictures of the awesome ’97 Super Stallion.
Specs & Performance
Price: Concept Car
Curb Weight: 4,081 lbs
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual
Type: Supercharged V8
Displacement: 5400 cc
Horsepower: 545 bhp @ 6000 rpm (pump gas)
Torque: 495 lb-ft @ 4750 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.8 sec
Top Speed: 175 mph
Quarter Mile: 12.1 sec @ 117 mph