The 2010 Shinoda Boss Mustang 001

The 2010 Shinoda Boss Mustang 001

Based on the Ford Mustang GT, the 2010 Shinoda Boss retains the GTs 4 valve 4.6L V8 engine. To pump up the power Shinoda chose a Paxton Novi 2000 supercharger system, JBA high flow exhaust system, and Shinoda engine management system; all of which boosts the power to 800hp. To keep things planted a Shinoda Level II suspension kit was installed which includes adjustable Koni shocks and performance sway bars. In the looks department Team Shinoda added 20" chromed Bullitt style wheels, Shinoda designed chin spoiler, Shinoda Boss "Vibe" graphics kit, and back window louvers. Looking to buy one? In total the Shinoda package adds $37,810 to the vehicle's base price of $31,590. Check out the list of options below and don't forget to take a look at the pictures at the link below.

Options list:

  • Adjustable Koni Shocks
  • BOSS Shinoda Level II Plus Package
  • Headlight splitters
  • High flow JBA Exhaust system
  • Paxton NOVI 2200 Supercharger System
  • Shinoda Engine Management System
  • 20 Chrome Bullitt Wheels
  • 2010 Shinoda Chin Spoiler
  • 20X10" Rear Wheels
  • 20X8.5" Front Wheels
  • 800 Shinoda Dyno tuned Horsepower
  • Boss Vibe Graphics Kit
  • Cross Drilled and Slotted Brake Rotors
  • Embroidered Larry Shinoda Seats
  • Performance Rear Spoiler
  • Performance Sway Bars
  • Rear Black out pannel
  • Rear window louvers
  • Shinoda Badging
  • Shinoda Level II Plus Suspension Kit
  • Shinoda Performance guage kit
  • Stamped 10001 Firewall Number
  • Black Chrome Pony Emblem

The 2010 Shinoda Boss Mustang 001

The 2010 Shinoda Boss Mustang 001

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