Custom-Built 2014 Ford Mustang Does Crazy Wheelies On The Drag Strip

The latest YouTube video by REVan Evan features a custom-built 2014 Ford Mustang with a rare 429 “Ninja” Windsor engine that generates 1,000+ horsepower. The car was built by Darrel Herron, a former Pro Stock racer and crew chief, for his son Cody to drag race in the Factory Stock C class.

In the video, Cody explains the details of the build, including the aluminum cylinder heads with a samurai sword logo and the 3D-printed plastic intake manifolds that have a tendency to blow up. The Mustang has a best 1/4 mile time of 8.96 seconds with a trap speed of 152 mph and features zero-drag brakes that allow the wheels to turn freely.