Bisimoto Engineers 900 Horsepower EcoBoost Mustang Heading To SEMA Show

For the sake of the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Ford is rolling out with several customized Mustangs.

One of them takes power and flair to a different level. Bisimoto Engineering went to work and delivered a ripping, roaring 900-horsepower EcoBoost Mustang that will be showcased at the annual SEMA Show from November 3 to 6.

The 2.3-liter EcoBoost Mustang had Bisimoto designing 14 unique parts for the engine and chassis to fully customize the vehicle specially for SEMA. Its 900 horsepower is triple the power of a normal EcoBoost Mustang. It's so outrageous that Ford itself has nicknamed the vehicle as the "BisiBoost" Mustang.

Car enthusiasts — get ready for some drool-inducing specs. Some of the other powertrain modifications that Bisimoto made for this EcoBoost Mustang include a Web Level 2.4 camshaft, 360-degree oil cap and custom exhaust system. In addition, Bisimoto hooked the over-the-top Mustang up with an MLS gasket, intake heat shielding gasket, reservoir socks, steel rods and brake mounts.

This revving, breathing specimen is one of eight customized Mustangs headed to SEMA this year, totaling a ridiculous 4,000-plus horsepower. Another tricked-out Mustang is a supercharged police car named DRAGG, which stands for Drag Racing Against Gangs and Graffiti. Ford calls it "the sexiest police vehicle you will see outside of Dubai" and offered that it "brings the best of performance and fuel economy to the law." 

The vehicle includes custom police lighting, which can draw your attention as soon as possible, whether behind you or especially, while on duty or in pursuit.

To take a look at Ford's entire fleet of customized Mustangs at this year's SEMA Show, check out this video.

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