The 680-horsepower Vortech supercharger Coyote engine absolutely screams! — Vaughn Gittin Jr., Mustang RTR

Regular readers know that Power Stop is giving away what the company describes as the Ultimate Mustang via a promotional sweepstakes. The pony car in question is a 2017 Mustang clad in Mustang RTR bodywork and filled with the kind of upgrades to back up those looks with performance. Now those upgrades available in two packages from Summit Racing.

“The 5.0-liter Coyote V8 got a bump in power thanks to a Vortech supercharger kit, uprated DeatschWerks 95 lb/hr fuel injectors, and a Magnaflow Competition Series cat-back exhaust system,” Summit explained. “Backed by a custom American Powertrain Tremec TKO six-speed transmission package and tuned by Adam Browne from Revolution Automotive, the GT put down 685 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheels.”

Even if you don’t win the Ultimate Mustang in the Power Stop sweepstakes, you can pick up the same parts combinations in two handy packages from Summit Racing.

Summit Ultimate Mustang Combos

Performance

• Vortech Tuner Series supercharger kit

• DeatschWerks 95 lbs.-hr. fuel injectors

• Magnaflow Competition Series exhaust system

• NGK Iridium IX spark plugs

• Power Stop Track Day brake kit

• Ford Performance half shaft upgrade axles

• Barton Industries driveshaft loop

• Nitto N55 295/35R-20 rear tires

• Nitto N55 265/35R-20 front tires

Interior

• Ford Performance Recaro seat set

• Schroth Racing Clubman six-point harnesses

• Ford Performance rear seat delete kit

• Barton Industries short-throw shifter

• Ford Performance Shelby GT350-R steering wheel

In addition to the drivetrain mods, the Power Stop sweepstakes ’Stang’s insides got a performance makeover as well.

“Since the Mustang is intended to be a street/track day car, it got an RTR four-point bolt-in roll cage, a pair of Ford Performance Recaro seats with Schroth Racing Clubman six-point harnesses, and a Barton short-throw shifter,” Summit says.

If these upgrades sound like they might be work on your project, as we mention, Summit is offering them in a nine-piece Performance package (PN SUM-CSUMDMPS004; $10,878.99), which includes Nitto tires, a Vortech supercharger, DeatschWerks fuel injectors and more, as well as a five-piece Interior package (PN SUM-CSUMDMPS005; $5,082.99) highlighted by a set of Recaro seats.

Looking to smoke some tires in your S550? Summit is making it easy with its Ultimate Mustang combos.

“The 680-horsepower Vortech supercharger Coyote engine absolutely screams! The Power Stop Track Day pads had no problem slowing me down lap after lap of 150mph on the back straight, and the BC Racing coilovers made the car a pure joy to drive,” Vaughn Gittin Jr. said after testing the car during Gridlife Midwest at Gingerman Raceway in Michigan. “The winner of this car is going to be pumped!”

To enter the sweepstakes, you can visit the official contest page right here, but even if you don’t win, you can pick up the Power Stop Ultimate Mustang Performance and Interior combos by clicking right here to visit Summit Racing.