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B3RSERK3R

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  1. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    Of course the only way to improve the 2013 Ford Focus ST was to let Shelby America get their hands on it! As you can see, the little monster doubles as a beast!

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  2. Pictures of my own vehicles plus any I come across at work.
  3. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    2013 Ford Focus Shelby ST in all of it's Tangerine Scream glory!

    © B3RSERK3R 2013

  4. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    One of the many examples of Shelby America's power in a little package!

    © B3RSERK3R 2013

  5. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    Ford Racing line-up featuring a few of the awesome vehicles that make up the most impressive fleet in the automotive industry!

    © B3RSERK3R 2013

  6. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    Same 2014 Ford Mustang GT Premium from a different view. With the 50th Anniversary coming up, one has to wonder just what the 2015 model is going to be like. A Mustang with an EcoBoost engine will be a sight to behold. Here's a little of what we know so far courtesy of Edmunds.com Engineering Editor Jason Kavanagh: "It's well-known that the 2015 Ford Mustang will have a turbocharged four-cylinder EcoBoost engine. In fact, I first reported on it back in September of 2011. Those of you thinking the 2015 Mustang's Ecoboost engine will simply take the 2013 Ford Focus ST's engine, turn it ninety degrees and overbore it are mistaken. Here are some more details on the 'Stang's four-banger ("four-'Stanger?") recently overheard from inside sources. The 2.3-liter Ecoboost four in the Mustang will generate in the neighborhood of 330 horsepower, plus or minus a few. It will slot above the base V6 and beneath the V8 in the Mustang's pecking order (e.g., price). As its peak power number will not be drastically higher than the V6's current 305 hp, the four-cylinder's worth will likely be in a larger, broader torque output and better fuel economy than the V6. Interestingly enough, the 2.3 Ecoboost's unique head casting integrates the exhaust manifold into the head, so the turbo simply bolts directly to a flange on the head. Though this type of manifold integration is in production on other cars, this will be the first time it has been accomplished with a twin scroll turbo, which by design groups the exhaust ports of cylinders #1 and #4 together, isolated from those of cylinders #2 and #3. That's one tricky head to cast, I bet!"

    © B3RSERK3R 2013

  7. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    This would be a perfect candidate for a little thing called the GT350 upgrade. With Shelby discontinuing the GT350, someone would be very smart to get their hands on this guy and let Shelby American work their magic on it!

    © B3RSERK3R 2013

  8. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    This is a picture of a customer's 2013 Race Red Shelby GT500 King Snake. This is one bad machine and is loaded with everything you can possibly get. He spared no expense and he drives it everyday. Now that is living the dream!

    © B3RSERK3R 2013

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