Commissioned by owner Chris Marechal, Vicious had humble beginnings as a 1965 Mustang Coupe, but Timeless Kustoms Jason Pecikonis and his team wasted no time taking off the original roof and grafting a fastback from the sheet metal masters at Dynacorn then placing it on a custom Art Morrison chassis. It was then the addition of Corvette-based suspension, utilizing Ridetech Triple Adjustable coilovers to help it put that power down.
The heart of this Mustang features a twin-charged Ford Performance 5.1L Aluminator engine generating over 1,000 horsepower thanks to a Magnuson MP2300 TVS Supercharger and twin-turbochargers from Precision Turbo. Exhaust gasses leave through a custom MagnaFlow exhaust system exiting from the center of the Timeless Kustoms-designed rear diffuser.
All of the power is managed by a MoTeC ECU and then pushed to the wheels through EMCO Gears and a CG46 sequential six-speed transmission mated to a Centerforce DYAD clutch. Fueling needs are serious on a build of this caliber, so Aeromotive stepped in with dual universal Eliminator Pumps, a Pro-Series regulator and fuel rails.
On a car this fast, serious brakes are a must, so Timeless turned to the folks at Brembo who provided massive 15.5-inch carbon ceramic rotors with 6-piston calipers up front and 4-piston calipers in the rear. Vicious rolls on 19” centerlock forged GT3C wheels from Forgeline, wrapped in Kumho V720 tires, the same used on the 2016 Viper ACR, measuring 305/30ZR19 in the front and 355/30ZR19 in the rear.
Safety measures are a must with a track car, so Vicious utilizes a DJ Safety Fire Suppression System in case of emergency and Sparco seats with DJ Safety harnesses.