Factory Five Racing Mk3.1
Red Hot Chili Pepper/black interior
As you approach this dazzling Factory Five Cobra [FFR build#7095], the first thing you’ll notice is the vibrant red finish. If you like hot, then Red Hot Chili Pepper is the hue for you. Once you take a seat behind the wheel, you’ll start to appreciate the small details that make your driving experience even better than when this serpent was built. As only one example, the switch panel beneath the dash discreetly holds the seat heater controls as well as a double USB charge port.
Depress the clutch and you’ll feel the light pedal effort, thanks to Mike Forte’s pedal effort reducer. Twist the key and listen to the engine roar to life through the AFR ‘165’ heads and SS (stainless steel) sidepipes. Those premium AFR heads and the Comp Cams ‘Extreme Energy’ camshaft will have your heart pounding even before you engage the clutch.
Place your hand on the shifter and you’ll encounter a comfortable position for many hours of driving. The fact that there’s an MGW shifter beneath the shift boot means you’ll get sure shifts and never miss the 2–3 upshift during your spirited driving.
Smooth throttle input is ensured via the ‘Mike Forte Throttle Linkage’ kit. The Ram clutch, billet flywheel, and Ford Racing ring & pinion means the power will get to where you need it to be—to the brand-new Mickey Thompson ‘Sportsman S/T’ tires… where the rubber meets the road.
The details you won’t see are the ARP engine fasteners and the Comp Cams ‘Ultra Gold’ rocker arms concealed beneath those freshly-powder–coated Cobra valve covers and air cleaner.
Sage input from Gordon Levy, Mike Forte, and Brent Lykins was followed, in concert with the custom parts they make and promote to render this li’l red reptile the sheer adventure it is to drive.
—Under the Hood—
This powerplant [Ford 306 cid small-block V8; delivers approximately 400 hp] is outfitted with:
—The Bad News in Enzo’s Rearview Mirror—
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