Brenspeed Shows Off Five GT350 Builds in the Works (Video)

Recently, Brenspeed shared a YouTube video touring the Brenspeed facility and showing off several GT350s that are in the works. And by several, we mean FIVE.

The first, a 2018 GT350 with a Gen 5 Whipple supercharger, was previously put head to head with a new 2020 GT500 on the dyno. You can see that video here!

Each of the GT350s is built pretty much the same, according to Brent. The cooling system has been upgraded – larger radiator, cylinder head cooling kit, and coolant thermostat. The 2018 was also equipped with billet oil pump gears and half shafts.

In the shop, a 2019 GT350 was in the beginning stages of its upgrades, with a modification list that includes a Whipple supercharger, Kooks headers, Borla cat-back exhaust, and more.

A 2019 GT350R in the shop recently received a Watson rollbar, while the final GT350, a 2016, is back after being the first GT350 onto which Brenspeed installed a Whipple. The sleeved and built Shelby features a Gen 2 Whipple and is targeted to make nearly 900 horsepower at the rear wheels.

Amidst the GT350s was a 3V Steeda Mustang in the process of having a Paxton supercharger installed, as well as a 1980 Mustang with a Voodoo engine swap, topped with a Gen 5 Whipple supercharger. In the back corner, a Gen 2 Coyote-swapped, Whipple supercharged F-100 was awaiting tubs to allow for big sticky rear tires.

Our friends at Brenspeed are constantly giving shop tour updates and showcasing what’s hot at their Pierceton, Indiana, headquarters. What is your favorite in-the-works build? Let us know in the comments below!

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