Mustang Drag Racer Opts for Toyota Supra Power

Mustang Drag Racer Opts for Toyota Supra Power

There’s an old adage that floats around the drag racing track that goes something like this: “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.” Sometimes this means throwing in a 100-shot of nitrous oxide to keep up with the competitors, or dropping your credit card at the local shop to replicate what someone else has done.

While this Mustang probably had other ways of beating its competition, Jeff Wilson of Jaw’s Gear and Axle decided to shoe-horn a Toyota Supra 2JZ-GTE powerplant into his Ford Mustang. Forget the big displacement and heavy torque that every Mustang-fanatic brags about. The turbocharged inline-six will be making a statement to everyone at the drag strip for its reliability, strength and horsepower potential.

We’ve seen plenty of videos of Supras generating more than 1200-hp as well as blistering the quarter mile in 7-second passes. So it’s no surprise that this Ford Mustang will probably devastate some of its competition while raising plenty of eyebrows and stirring controversy within the pits. Look for the Jaw’s Gear and Axle Mustang at WCHRA events in the LT5 class for 2010. The project is a combination of minds with Titan Motorsports contributing parts, Enterprise Motorsport’s fabrication skills, Dave Engine’s engine building, Black Sheep Racing’s technical knowledge and world-renowned tuner John Reed. We’re looking forward to seeing Jaw’s Gear and Axle’s Mustang take on the competition!

[Source: Titan Motorsports Blog]

GALLERY: Toyota Supra Powered Ford Mustang


  • Angie

    To whom this may concern,

    Is all lies, and Titan Motorsports is taking credit for a car they supplied parts on/ as a contributing sponser. In fact the owner of this car had Titan redo their own Blog due to them taking credit for the entire car as it states in your article as well. Here is the new Blog on Titans site if you guys want to update yours and get the information correct

    Its a shame that this incorrect press gives companies credit for work performed they had nothing to do with, and takes away from companies that had everything to do with, its very discrediting to the people that actually built the car.

    Kind regards,

  • Colum Wood


    As you can see, the article has been corrected.

  • Angie

    Thank you for being a stand up editor!