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The 2012-13 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca package was the closest Ford ever came to making a street legal Mustang race car. Utilizing technology transferred from the successful Boss 302R racing program, the Laguna Seca was a track car with a license plate. Under the hood is the 302 Boss V-8 with pushing out 444hp and 380lb-ft. of torque. This engine dubbed the "road runner" by Ford engineering, made thirty two horsepower more than the standard "Coyote" 5.0 used in the GT models. Ford achieved this number by using CNC machined four valve heads for increased air flow, higher lift exhaust camshaft, variable valve timing, sodium filled exhaust valves, powdered metal connecting rods, aluminum pistons, and a custom "high rise" plenum with shorter runners for higher RPM power. This bumped the redline to 7500rpm, and this engine pulls like a freight train all the way to the top. Ford mated this screamer of an engine to a 6-speed, close ratio manual transmission with a short throw shifter and a black knob that is as right as romance. Out back is a live axle rear end with 3.73:1 gears and a Torsen limited slip differential. Ford mates this limited slip axle with their Advance Trac traction control system to allows you to dial in oversteer with a tip of the throttle, but not so much that you gain YouTube notoriety. The exhaust is unique in that it is a quad outlet system, with side pipes exiting just under the rockers to put the baritone beat of this amazing engine right at your ear. The suspension on this track star was massaged with higher rate coil springs, stiffer bushings, adjustable shock absorbers, and a larger rear sway bar. The ride height was lowered 11mm in the front, and 1mm in the rear to give this Boss more grip and a meaner stance. Braking performance comes courtesy of the experts at Brembo, with vented discs all around. Putting all this power and grip to the ground are staggered fitment Pirelli PZero Corsa tires mounted on 19x9" front, and 19x10" rear painted and polished aluminum wheels. The "aero package" on the outside is directly copied form the Boss 302R race car. The front splitter is adjustable for rake, and there are functional brake cooling ducts built into the front fascia. Outback, the rear spoiler is Boss specific and generates more down force at speed than the stock GT unit. The gorgeous black paint is flawless and is set off by the bright red Boss graphics, spoiler, mirror caps, and roof panel. Inside, this Boss is equipped like one. The stock GT seats were tossed for manually adjustable Recaro units with big side bolsters and sticky suede upholstery to keep you firmly in control. The back seats are gone for good, replaced with a red painted X-brace that increases torsional rigidity by over 10%. The steering wheel is covered in alcantara suede just like you find on the race car to enhance grip in track situations. When you're not on the track, you can enjoy all the creature comforts you would expect in a car of this caliber. You get air conditioning, AM/FM/CD, auto down power windows, power mirrors, dual cupholders, and console with USB and AUX inputs. This Boss has it all, and sits proudly at the top of the Boss Mustang heritage. If you wanna be the Boss on the street and the track, stop in or email [email protected] today!!