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The German company, Schropp Tuning, made a few modifications to this Ford Mustang SF600R and it now has almost twice as much power as a stock Mustang GT. 

The Ford Mustang came out to celebrate its new-found muscle during an SCC500 track day event, where its 807 horsepower and 950 Nm (700 lb-ft) of torque were put on display in a straight line, together with its glorious-muscular-growls.

During the event – which can be seen in the video below – the Ford Mustang SF600R takes on another Mustang, a Camaro, a 911, a GT-R and even Ferrari. While the times were not displayed, there is no doubt which car was the loudest, during every race!

As for the mods themselves, the Schropp Tuning team added a custom supercharger, KW V3 Coilover suspension, ECU remaps, a new 'Coyote' engine block, race grade low compression pistons, high flow oil pump, a sports exhaust system, free flow sport catalytic converters and 76 mm diameter pipes.

Safe to say, if you park this thing next to a stock 5.0-liter V8 Mustang, you might scare the paint off of it.

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