Sorry for the standard BS photos, but it's a sweet ride. And I'm sorry that the camera sucks...
I forgot to take interior shots (some really sweet Autometer guages done cleanly), along with the already nicer interior the Cobra has. Leather is of much higher grade and the suede inserts are great. Very comfortable.
I don't have the dyno sheets in hand but it ran out ~505rwhp on a Mustang Dyno last year down in Vancouver. I'm going to Marysville Speed 'n Custom next weekend to get it dyno'd ... and on a dynojet (a bit more common). Can't tell you the torque .. I just don't know ... but it's well over 500 ... the street tires (or lack thereof) certainly speak of this.
It's ****ing amazing I must say. Much more civil then my GT until you hit the gas and then it's an absolute monster. I'm mastering the art of rolling into the gas rather then punching it as hard as I could when I had the GT.
Ran 11.9 @ 122 back in August before it was mine with a horrible launch(es) but with that healthy of a trap speed and more time in the drivers seat (shifting, etc) it's gotta be closer to 11.5-7 with great traction.
Still getting use to the IRS, there is a bit more body roll but at the same time that's traction / weight transfer on the wheels. With 13'' Brembos on the front I do plan on open tracking this summer at least at Proformance. No plans to AutoX, this is just to heavy and the instant 500rwtq is a bit much.
Not quite as loud either, I'm sure the neighbors appreciate that. It an H pipe with Flowmasters and sounds absolutely phenominal. The gearing is great as well, which keeps the RPMs down which helps with sound plus having six actual gears is great to.
I don't have a complete parts list from the previous owner yet, but it's the basic bolt ons with a Steig Stage 3 Ported Eaton.
I've only owned this for two days and can already tell keeping this thing looking decent will be maddening.
And gas ...