FOR SALE: 13 Red Boss VMP Gen2

Wesfire2828

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I’ve decided to sell my 13 Boss 302, if I find anyone interested. Located in central Oklahoma in OKC area. The car has an extensive modification list, and I’m happy to share this list, dyno sheets, etc with anyone who is truly interested in buying the car. Feel free to PM me for more information. Details below.

2013 Race Red Boss 302 w/ 25,000 miles currently. Stock wheels included. Torsen and Recaro package. Awesome condition, very well cared for, always garaged. Oil changed every 5k miles all its life. Interior is nearly flawless, just some slight fading to the shifter and e-brake boots and then one tiny hole in the crease of the drivers side Recaro seat. Only exterior flaws include the usual few rock chips from normal driving and the usual bit of front splitter scraping. There is a lien on the car, but my bank will release lien to provide title immediately upon payment of vehicle.

Basic overview of modifications included here:
-PS Lighting Solutions Custom OEM headlight housings built with blacked internals, switchback LED DRL strips/halos, boss lens etching, tinted lens, OEM HID setup.
-VMP Gen2 stage 3 blower system
-very mild Comp Stage 2 blower cams (great for n/a setup too)
-ACT stage 2 clutch with lightened flywheel
-MGW shifter
-JLT intake w/ S&B powercone filter
-DSS aluminum driveshaft
-Forgestar CF-10 20” wheels built to spec for S197 mustang. 20x12R and 20x10F. Wrapped with MT street comp tires
-Willwood Brakes front and rear
-upgraded wheel studs and lug nuts
-upgraded OPG
-full Kooks Exhaust system 1 7/8”, catted H pipe with OEM boss side pipes connected, full 3” catback
-BMR suspension components and BMR boss springs
-chromoly FRPP strut tower brace
-ID1000 injectors and VMP BAP
-extensively tuned collaboratively between VMP and West Bend Dyno for 91 w/ Boostane mixed to 93 equivalent or pump 93 and separate tune for 100 octane race fuel
-Pioneer speakers
-much more

I also have a BRAND-NEW still in box full return style fuel system and 1500cc injectors from DeatschWerks for the car. Bought it recently with plans to install it and have the car tuned via remote session through Lund Racing for e85 and 93 octane, but have decided to sell. Will include this system, which costed $4,000 total, for my asking price of the car. This system will support far over 1000whp without getting too hot, even on a roadcourse. Current system isn’t enough for e85 fuel. VMP billet rails on the way also.

Asking price: $35,000
No trades, cash only.
PM for full build sheets, dyno sheets, etc.
(Am willing to negotiate price to some extent if buyer does not want fuel system, billet rails, and 1500cc injector setup. Over $4,000 value)

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Sweet car.

curious why you don’t include the dyno sheet and all info you have.
 

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Sweet car.

curious why you don’t include the dyno sheet and all info you have.
Thanks. Just don’t care to let the numbers from the car become openly known among the local car scene lol. As for the mod sheets and other details, it’s just an extensive list.
 

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Very nice boss and reasonably priced IMO. Perhaps the local car scene in OKC has never seen a coyote with a VMP blower before... It should make mid 700s on pump and mid 800s on e85.
 

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Very nice boss and reasonably priced IMO. Perhaps the local car scene in OKC has never seen a coyote with a VMP blower before... It should make mid 700s on pump and mid 800s on e85.
Let’s just say even the mild blower cams made a bigger difference than most people are led to believe.. lol
 

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Let’s just say even the mild blower cams made a bigger difference than most people are led to believe.. lol

I had a 13 GT with a Gen 2 long block, comp stage 3 cams, VMP Gen 2R, fore return style fuel system, and essentially the same exhaust as yours. Tuned by Lund. Through a built and stalled 6R80, it made mid 700s rw on 93 and 840rw on e85. Just to give prospective buyers an idea. Sorry if I hurt your livelihood :)

EDIT- blower was essentially maxed on e85.
 

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I had a 13 GT with a Gen 2 long block, comp stage 3 cams, VMP Gen 2R, fore return style fuel system, and essentially the same exhaust as yours. Tuned by Lund. Through a built and stalled 6R80, it made mid 700s rw on 93 and 840rw on e85. Just to give prospective buyers an idea. Sorry if I hurt your livelihood :)

EDIT- blower was essentially maxed on e85.
No worries, made more than that on 101 octane with the old twin 67mm TB lol
 

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If you are actually serious about selling this car you may want to add more pictures, inside and out.
 

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No worries, made more than that on 101 octane with the old twin 67mm TB lol

Okay, maybe Power By The Hour builds turds and you can get more air through your Gen 2 than they could through my Gen 2R. Or perhaps you use a generous dyno, or your manual is helpful. Either way, I’m not trying to argue or put your car down- it’s definitely a nice Boss with tasteful mods. Good luck with the sale.
 

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Okay, maybe Power By The Hour builds turds and you can get more air through your Gen 2 than they could through my Gen 2R. Or perhaps you use a generous dyno, or your manual is helpful. Either way, I’m not trying to argue or put your car down- it’s definitely a nice Boss with tasteful mods. Good luck with the sale.
Elbow and inlet design is the change from Gen2 to gen2R I believe? Had them ported on this setup, so Gen2R is quite similar. Factory CNC heads, higher stock compression, etc also help. And as you said, the dynojet seemed a bit generous imo. The mustang dyno sheets were underwhelming in comparison.
 

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I’m interested in car . Can I get your number to talk with you about vehicle.
Thanks
Russ
 

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I’m interested in car . Can I get your number to talk with you about vehicle.
Thanks
Russ
Pm me if you haven’t already and I’ll be happy to give you my number to talk about the car. Haven’t checked PM’s in a few days so I may be late to respond to a few but will be caught up today and update everyone.
 

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