The First 2011 Ford Mustang GT with the new high performance 5.0L Coyote Engine in the 8 second range is Powered by Brisk Silver Racing spark plugs!!!
Evolution Performance set new World record with incredible 8.89 sec. @ 148 mph 1/4 mile run and is currently dominating the adrenaline speed chase. Among many modifications Brisk Performance and racing spark plugs were selected to power this record setting beast. Modified engines produce incredible amount of power, due to significantly higher pressure and heat generated inside the combustion chambers. In order to provide consistent and reliable spark plug operation, heat that the spark plugs is exposed to inside the combustion chamber have to be channeled from the spark plug into the engine head and cooling system in order to avoid pre-ignition and/or detonation. Brisk use Silver in Brisk Performance and Racing Spark plugs (Brisk Silver Racing, Brisk Premium LGS, Brisk Premium Multi-spark plugs, Brisk Extra Turbo Racing) regardless of the significantly higher spark plug manufacturing cost, because there is no better heat (thermal) conductor than Silver! Best heat conductivity of Silver ensure quick spark plug warm up under light load operation, and lightning fast heat dissipation under full power operation. And since Silver is metal with most free electrons, it is also the best electrical conductor of all metals! Yes, Silver is better than gold! Silver allows for the most potent spark and helps prevent high RPM spark blow-out. Gentlemen, spark up your engines with Brisk Silver Performance and Racing Spark Plugs!
Brisk Spark plugs for the new 2011 FORD 5.0L, V8 engine are:
Stock Heat range spark plug:
RR15YC-1 (stock replacement Copper Core), ROR15LGS (high efficiency stock heat range spark plug)
One step colder spark plug:
ROR14LGS (Naturally aspirated applications only), RR14YS (projected tip- low boost forced induction app.), RR14S (non-projected tip-good for nitrous or forced induction)
Two step colder spark plug:
RR12S (non-projected tip) – High Compression, Forced Induction and/or Nitrous
Three step colder spark plug:
RR10S (non-projected tip) - High Compression, Forced Induction and/or Nitrous
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Strictly Performance's worlds fastest 2011 5.0L V8 Mustang GT, Powered by Brisk Racing Spark Plugs!
Strictly Performance now has the official title of first 2011 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 in the 9-second quarter-mile range. They accomplished this feat during a test and tune event at Houston Raceway Park where their newly aquired, fresh off the lot with paper tags white 2011 Mustang GT ran a 9.96 @ 137 MPH.
Strictly Performance swapped out the stock six-speed transmission for a C4 and than added a direct port nitrous system along with a custom prototype tune, and a set of colder, non-projected tip BRISK RACING SPARK PLUGS: RR12S. A set of upper and lower control arms along with Bogart racing wheels kept this Mustang GT screaming down the drag strip. On the dyno the 5.0-liter V-8 engine threw down an insane 656 rear-wheel horsepower which comes courtesy of the nitrous.
BRISK Racing Spark Plugs power the World's fastest FR500 Cobra Jet Mustang at Mojave Mile speed challenge
The Mojave Mile is a standing 1 mile Run that takes place at the Mojave Airport on one of the two mile long runways. Race day was a very cool, windy day with some light rains causing minimal delays. Cross winds and cold track made handling an issue for all. The Rains Cobra Jet immediately established itself as one of the fastest cars and the only car that ran over 180 mph with no spoiler or splitter. Very impressive first outing and the team was told it was the world's fastest FR500 Cobra Jet Mustang with John's 182.9 mph clocking. The team used a new APR Performance Hood from their good friends at Scott Drake Muscle Cars. They added a set of new Brisk spark plugs with the trick Sniper coils and some Re d Line Lubricants. The team tested the CJ at Willow Springs before the event thanks to the bulletproof Currie 9" road race rear end and the Eibach Performance Coil Springs. After all, Ford created this car for drag racing only and is based off of a v-6 chassis and brakes with a Ford GT Supercharged 5.4 engine. Kaufmann Racing called on Bruce Griggs for some components & advise. After the event the team agreed they can make it a lot faster, but it was a great first effort all put together in less than two weeks.