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1,200 horsepower 2012 Boss 302 is Ultimate Sleeper car

December 31, 2012 Mustang News 1 Comment

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You might not think a 2012 Mustang Boss 302 could be categorized as a sleeper car but in this case it is.  Enter new Boss 302 owner Ricky Wilson who wanted to build the ultimate street car he could drive to work five days a week and then down the Texas mile on Saturday all the while looking like your average ordinary car.  Wilson’s Boss 302 packs one hell of a punch with over 1,200 rear-wheel-horsepower which was recently put down on a dyno at Justin’s Performance Center in Millersville, Maryland.

The Boss 302 was modified and tuned by JPC with various go fast goodies including a forged short block, 105lb injectors, JPC fuel system using E85 fuel and a custom 76mm Precision turobo kit.  These modifications and a JPC tune put this Boss 302 in the 1,200 horsepower range all the while utilizing the stock transmission.

Notice the massive 76mm single turbo setup in the right hand corner of the engine bay.

Notice the massive 76mm single turbo setup in the right hand corner of the engine bay.

Check out the dyno video below or head on over to StangTV.com for the complete rundown on this highly modified sleeper Boss 302.




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  1. Jamie Salcedo says:

    This is a pretty awesome overhaul. I have a friend that got a ‘10 Mustang in some
    ford dealer in NJ and he always shows it off like it’s the fastest thing alive. I’d love to see how it fares against Ricky’s. Thanks for the article!

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