Mustang Pulleys & Interior (S03E07)

Chris Duke shows you how to install underdrive engine pulleys and carbon fiber interior with billet pieces from Silver Horse Racing on a 2008 Ford Mustang GT (S197).

This episode (S03E07) originally aired on MavTV on April 11th, 2010. This version contains the entire show, but with fewer commercials.

Links

Silver Horse Racing

Episode Notes

This episode features two installs on our two different 2008 Ford Mustang GT project vehicles. The first install shows how to upgrade your stock underdrive pulleys which slows down accessory speed by about 25% and as a result reduces parasitic accessory drag on the engine and improves performance.

The second install features a massive real carbon fiber dash kit with billet aluminum accessories all provided by Silver Horse Racing.

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Music

This episode features music from COLDWEST. “Snakeskinner”, “Ignition”, and a custom song for the Motorz Intro.

161 Comments
  1. Where did you get all the carbon fiber interior for your mustang? Do you have any idea if there is similiar interior for a ford cougar -99? Oh and great videos, the videos has given me many new ideas for customising my cougar. :)

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  3. IMO it’s too much carbon but you can do it different ways. For instance in my mustang I didnt use the carbon pieces for the dash at all or on the steering wheel. I also didnt use it ON the radio. I simply did the door handles, and center console and around the radio. Giving three textures inside my car, aluminum, flat black, and carbon fiber. All of one material is too much. To each their own

  4. IMO it’s too much carbon but you can do it different ways. For instance in my mustang I didnt use the carbon pieces for the dash at all or on the steering wheel. I also didnt use it ON the radio. I simply did the door handles, and center console and around the radio. Giving three textures inside my car, aluminum, flat black, and carbon fiber. All of one material is too much. To each their own

  5. Having an underdrive pulley replacing the orig water pump pulley.. would that make your water temp higher? or hows it work

  6. I think that’s a bit overkill with the carbon fiber and is there another way to avoid braking any original parts when it comes to installing billit pieces? I feel that after you pulled those selectors off, they just fall right out….no way!

  7. I think that’s a bit overkill with the carbon fiber and is there another way to avoid braking any original parts when it comes to installing billit pieces? I feel that after you pulled those selectors off, they just fall right out….no way!

  8. I think that’s a bit overkill with the carbon fiber and is there another way to avoid braking any original parts when it comes to installing billit pieces? I feel that after you pulled those selectors off, they just fall right out….no way!

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  10. I would rather have John Daly’s pants glued all over my dash , steering wheel , doors , and headliner . That would be better than taped on plastic carbon fiber looking tape.

  11. I would rather have John Daly’s pants glued all over my dash , steering wheel , doors , and headliner . That would be better than taped on plastic carbon fiber looking tape.

  12. Carbon fiber is suppose to reduce weight but add strength………… your just adding weight and potentially killing your passanger

  13. not a usual poster for youtube but the carbon fiber kit relay took away from the interior image. It came across as tacky and cheep. normally your stuff is great guys, not a fan of this one sorry.

  14. not a usual poster for youtube but the carbon fiber kit relay took away from the interior image. It came across as tacky and cheep. normally your stuff is great guys, not a fan of this one sorry.

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