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Engine Layout
Front Engine, rear-wheel drive
Engine Type 4.6L SOHC V-8
Displacement (l, cu. in.) 4.6L, 281
Horsepower @ rpm 265 @ 5000
Torque lb. Ft. @ rpm 305 @ 4000
Compression Ratio 9.4:1
Bore and Stroke 3.6 x 3.6
Fuel System
Sequential multi-port electronic fuel injection
Fuel Requirement 87 octane (minimum)
Fuel Economy (city/hwy mpg) 17/25 (5-speed manual)
Exhaust System Retuned, stainless steel with catalytic converters

Type 5-speed manual (std.)
Final Drive Ratio 3.27:1 3.27:1
Gear Ratios 1st - 3.37; 2nd - 1.99; 3rd - 1.33; 4th - 1.00;
5th - 0.67; Rev. - 3.22

Chassis Construction
Type Unitized body

Engine and transmission modifications The new cast aluminum intake manifold has an increased runner diameter to maintain low-end torque and provide a broader power curve for increased top-end performance.
A twin 57mm-bore throttle body replaces the GT 65 mm throttle body, allowing for quicker throttle response and increased peak flow.
To reduce parasitic losses, the alternator pulley was increased to 66 mm and the water pump pulley was increased to 140 mm.
The exhaust system has been retuned to increase flow approximately 20% and give the Bullitt a new distinct sound.
The exhaust system has been retuned to increase flow approximately 20% and give the Bullitt a new distinct sound.
All Mustang Bullitts will have the new TR3650 transmission and clutch assembly that provides improved shift quality. A new 11-inch flywheel and clutch assembly have been added to increase torque capacity and reduce clutch pedal efforts.


Front Suspension
Type Independent, modified MacPherson strut with separate spring on lower arm and stabilizer bar
Springs 600 lb/in. linear (lowers car 3/4")
Helical coil, rubber-insulated
Struts 35 mm piston, custom valved struts
Shock Absorbers Integral with strut, gas-pressurized, hydraulic
Stabilizer Bar/Tube
Stabilizer Bar 28mm tubular
Stabilizer Bar Diameter 1.10 Tubular

Rear Suspension
Type Four-bar link with coil springs on lower arm (upper, loading; lower, arm) unique horizontal axle damper and stabilizer bar
Springs 250 lb/in. linear (lowers car 3/4")
Helical coil, rubber-insulated; progressive-rate
Shock Absorbers Unique axle damper, gas-pressurized, hydraulic vertical shock absorbers and foam sleeve with horizontal axle dampers
Shocks 30 mm piston, custom valved shocks
Stabilizer Bar 21mm tubular

Stabilizer Bar Diameter 827 Tubular

Type Power-assisted rack-and-pinion
Overall Ratio1 5.0:1 on center
Turning Diameter,
Curb-to-Curb (ft.) 38.1

Front Calipers Dual piston aluminum, custom painted
Rotors 330 mm vented
Rear Calipers Single piston
Rotors 296 mm vented
ABS/T.C. Yes
Misc. Subframe connectors

Pedals New stainless steel pedal covers are positioned to provide better heel-to-toe relationship.


Wheelbase (in.) 101.3
Overall Length (in.) 183.2
Overall Height (in.) 52.35
Overall Width (in.) 73.1
Tread Width (Front/Rear) 60.2/60.6
Curb Weight (lbs.) 3,273
Front/Rear Seating
Seating Capacity 4
Head Room (in.) 38.1/35.5
Shoulder Room (in.) 53.6/52.1
Hip Room (in.) 52.8/47.4
Leg Room (maximum) 42.6/29.9
Coefficient of Drag (Cd) 0.36


Passenger/Luggage/Fuel Capacity
Luggage Capacity (cu. ft.) 10.9
Passenger Volume (cu. ft.) 83.0
Total Interior Volume (cu. ft.) 93.9
Liftover Height (inches) 28.3
Fuel Tank Capacity (gal.) 15.7


Wade Koch
K&N Filtercharger
20% Tint all the way around!
Gears coming...

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: h1resq on 2001-11-25 09:03 ]</font>

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BUT, our Tokico's and their valving and rates are unique to our Bullitt. No other Mustang gets the same suspension set up, sway bars, and spring rates!!
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