Corvette and Camaro Battle Bolt-On S550 Mustang on the Street

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Mustang takes on the world, and that world includes a Corvette or two, a Camaro, and even a boosted F-150.

There’s no denying that the modern-day Coyote-powered S550 Mustang is a formidable foe. With a few bolt-ons or a power adder, these cars are quite quick in a straight line. That’s certainly the case with the Mustang owned by YouTuber Shots By Jacob and depicted in this video. And it fares fairly well on the street against a C6 Corvette, 6th gen Camaro, and several other opponents including an F-150.

Jacob’s Mustang has Texas Speed long tubes, a JLT cold air intake, and a Lund E85 tune. Which is a proven combo to make around 500 wheel hp on the 2018+ Mustang. Which this isn’t, but the 2nd gen Coyote still likely makes pretty decent power. It’s enough to pull on a cammed C6 Corvette, doing a 50 roll, right off the bat. From a 60 roll, however, the two are basically neck and neck.

Corvette and Camaro Street Race

Next up is a BMW of unknown origin, which the Mustang lays waste to. Then, another Mustang, this time an S197 with some bolt-ons and drag radials. The older ‘Stang gaps the newer one before a GT350-manifold S550 pulls him ever so slightly. Finally, we delve into more GM products. This time, what we presume is a stock 6th gen Camaro loses to the Mustang by a relatively considerable margin.

 

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Thankfully, a cammed Chevy SS takes down our well-used Mustang on the next run. And then, we get to see another C6 Corvette take him on, this one featuring headers and a tune. This Corvette manages to hang with him, but ultimately takes the L. After that, it’s a couple more races with with a 10-speed auto Mustang before the best race of the night.

Corvette and Camaro Battle Bolt-On S550 Mustang on the Street

Admittedly, it gives us a little chuckle watching an F-150 walk this Mustang. But he’s boosted with a 10-speed auto, so we suppose it wasn’t a truly fair fight. Still, you have to commend our Mustang owner here for some good driving and excellent shifting. But if a Corvette or Camaro with a few more mods showed up on this interesting night, we have a feeling the results would have been very, very different.

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Brett Foote has been covering the automotive industry for over five years and is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto Group sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other popular sites.

He has been an automotive enthusiast since the day he came into this world and rode home from the hospital in a first-gen Mustang, and he's been wrenching on them nearly as long.

In addition to his expertise writing about cars, trucks, motorcycles, and every other type of automobile, Brett had spent several years running parts for local auto dealerships.

You can follow along with his builds and various automotive shenanigans on Instagram: @bfoote.

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