\\ MK3 CAPRI
Originally a 2.8 litre injection
- ENGINE: Ford Coyote (Mustang) crate engine 435BHP 32valve 4 cam V8.
- EXHAUST: Custom stainless steel dual side exhausts, V band connectors.
- FUEL SYSTEM: Bosch -048 (GPA) HP pump, goodridge braded lines throughout, -6 alloy fittings.
- COOLING: Bailey 4 core alloy radiator with custom Bailey alloy header tank.
- TRANSMISSION: Tremec T56 manual 5 speed, hydraulic clutch, Atlas rear axle with ZF LSD, HD (large spline) side gears, 3.44:1 ratio, semi floating hubs with 2 piece half shafts. Custom Bailey-Morris single piece propshaft.
- BRAKES: F- Wilwood 310mm rotors with 4 pot alloy callipers, R- Ford Cosworth spec rear disc conversion, Comp brake adjustable bias floor mounted pedal box, new copper brake lines throughout.
- SUSPENSION: R- single leaf 146LB de-cambered rear springs, bilstein dampers, F- Bilstein struts with 250LB 2-1/4 springs, adjustable ride height.
- WHEELS & TYRES: F- Image 3 piece ‘Billet 19’ 9Jx18 with TOYO R888R 255/35-18 tyres, R- Image 3 piece ‘Billet 19’ 10.5Jx18 with TOYO R888R 295/30-18 tyres.
- PERFORMANCE: Max theoretical speed 171mph @6500rpm, Standing 1/4 mile 12.1 seconds (tested) (this was the car's first run at Santa Pod, we were only allowed a few runs so these times could be improved).
- INTERIOR: Original interior, seats and door cards re-trimmed - same carpet and headliner because it was in such good condition. This car looked like it had been living in someone's house, it was so clean!
- EXTERIOR: Original colour was black - we had it re-sprayed in black with a satin grey GT stripes. We added wide wheel arches to house those huge wheels and tyres, we also took the bumpers off front and back giving the Capri a new face and rear end. It has a custom grill with removable headlight covers (to make it road legal) and a custom front panel with swaged holes to let in more air allowing us to cool that Coyote as much as possible. We wanted to simplify the silhouette whilst retaining that beautiful Capri look giving this car a whole new stance and enhancing the "mean".