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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
ET Range: Unknown
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Lyn & Rob Walter's 2001 Mustang GT
Couples that play together stay together, and this month’s Stang Stud and Mare definitely prove that this is true!  Welcome new members, Rob and Lyn Walter to the Female Power section.  A couple from North Richland Hills, Texas, the two began attending car shows in 2002 but before they knew it... they were HOOKED!  “We had such a good time at our first few shows that now we don’t know what to do on a weekend without one!  And since joining Mustang Works and GC2 [...
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[10/01/2002] 1964-1968 Carbureted Small Block V8 Ford Mustang Supercharging Systems

Paxton Automotive has introduced a new supercharging system for 1964-1968 carbureted Mustangs, with 260 to 302 cubic inch V8 engines. With the addition of the NOVI 1200 supercharger, power gains range from 30% to 75% depending on boost levels, engine volumetric efficiency and other factors. The installation of this system requires a properly jetted Holley #4150 or Demon MD-type carburetor unit with mechanical secondaries. All components needed to bolt the system to a stock vehicle, such as cast aluminum carburetor enclosure with throttle linkage, billet mounting plates, fuel system upgrades including mechanical fuel pump, fuel filter and fuel lines, supercharger oil feed and drain, aluminum discharge assembly, compressor bypass valve and all required fasteners are included. The NOVI 1200 supercharger is covered by the Paxton three-year limited warranty. The system is available in satin or polished finish. Suggested retail price is $2,995.95. For more information contact Paxton Automotive at 805.604.1336 or


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