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2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Built by AEM to Debut at SEMA Show Booth 24213 on 11/4

AEM built 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost at AEM botth 24213 at SEMA

Visit the AEM Induction Systems 2015 SEMA Show booth # 24213 on Wednesday November 4, 2015 at 10 am for the official unveiling of the AEM built 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost

AEM Induction Systems with AEM Electronics built a 2015 Mustang to illustrate its tuner heritage with the new 2.3L Ford EcoBoost Turbo motor. AEM started by creating a Cold Air Intake System for the inline 4 cylinder 2.3L engine that showed an estimated 12 hp gain at 4,500 RPM. The AEM Intake features a couple of unique design elements with a purpose built mandrel-bent aluminum intake tube and a unique oval Dryflow® clamp-on air filter. AEM Induction Systems further improved performance with a mandrel-bent and powder coated aluminum charge pipe for improved airflow to and from the turbo. After the AEM Induction Systems upgrades, AEM Electronics took the build to another level.

AEM Electronics dove right into the build by adding a Water/Methanol Injection kit to the AEM CAI that bolts up using incorporated inlets, with no drilling required. AEM Electronics also added its all new X-Series Digital Gauges, which will debut with the Mustang at the 2015 SEMA Show. This includes the new X-Series Wideband UEGO AFR Controller Gauge featuring X-Digital technology, and various pressure and temperature monitoring gauges.

MagnaFlow Exhaust further increased horsepower of the AEM EcoBoost Mustang build with a complete cat-back stainless steel exhaust system that perfectly complements the AEM Cold Air Intake System. The MagnaFlow exhaust system is more aesthetically pleasing with its larger tips to help magnify the growl of the EcoBoost engine during acceleration.

Eibach suspension helped enhance the stance and driving performance of the AEM EcoBoost Mustang with the very same technology used Formula 1 cars. Eibach's PRO-STREET-S, stainless steel bodied coil-over spring & damper packages let serious drivers quickly adjust the ride height of each individual Liquid Metal SOT Wheel. The Eibach ERS Racing Springs and ERD Racing Dampers are used in top-level racing series all over the world. Eibach has used its experience gained from many decades at the highest levels of International Motorsport to put these technological masterpieces into the hands of performance enthusiasts everywhere.

Falken Tires and Liquid Metal wheels took care of each corner of the Mustang. Liquid Metal Wheels created custom one-off wheels for the AEM EcoBoost Mustang based off the Liquid Metal Wheels multi-spoke SOT Wheel design. Liquid Metal applied a custom matte metallic charcoal grey finish with a red stripe behind the multi spoke SOT wheel design to match the performance theme of the AEM EcoBoost Mustang.

Falken Tires wrapped all four Liquid Metal SOT Wheels with their flag ship summer performance tire, the Azenis FK453, which was a perfect match for the staggered wheel fitment. Falken set up the AEM EcoBoost Mustang with 245/35R20 tires in the front with aggressive 275/35R20 tires in the rear. The Falken Azenis FK453 features the latest developments in noise-absorption technology to help provide a quiet and comfortable ride. A silica enriched compound is utilized for confident dry and wet performance. Rated with W, Y, and (Y) speed ratings, this tire is composed of nylon-reinforced layers allowing for enhanced high-speed stability.

Mothers Polish is keeping the AEM EcoBoost Mustang clean with its Waterless Wash and Wax. The Mothers Waterless Wash and Wax is exactly what the AEM EcoBoost Mustang will need to take care of the Satin Bitter Yellow 3M wrap 1080 film series. The two tone color scheme pays homage to American muscle while embracing AEM’s tuner heritage with the very unique Satin Bitter Yellow 3M wrap.

For more info and complete build details, visit the AEM Induction Systems 2015 SEMA Show booth # 24213 on Wednesday morning November 4, 2015 at 10 am for the official unveiling followed by an autograph session with two-time Formula Drift champion Chris Forsberg.

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