This Ford Fairmont Ghia XF was built by Matt Bomer at Let Loose Racing. The engine bay houses a 5.0 L Windsor V8 from a 2001 Falcon Series III (AU III). The engine features a Ford Racing E303 camshaft, Trick Flow valve springs, Scorpion Racing 1.6 roller rockers, dual plane intake manifold, and Holley QFT 650 cfm carburetor. The Raceworks fuel system consists of their ALY-091BK fuel cell, Walbro GSL395 pump, ALY-121BK surge tank, and EFP-502 lift pump. The V8 sends power through a Tremec T5 five-speed manual transmission with a billet flywheel and TCI Race Series clutch to a factory rear end with a full spool. The car rides on Koni shocks, Kmac custom springs, reinforced control arms, and Whiteline sway bars. A set of Bassett Racing IMSA wheels with Hoosier tires cover Nissan R33 calipers with slotted rotors.
Source: Let Loose Racing and PAT Racing & Performance FB page
Good morning mate,
That would have to be the coolest looking XF Iv seen in a long while
The videos are shit hot it would have to be the best sounding and sharpest V8 note Iv heard in a long time
I don’t seem to get an answers from anybody my question is
What are the widest (basset rims) that I can fit on the front of my XF ute?
I have King super lows on the front and reset springs on the rear
I am after the look of your cool car haha or how wide are your front rims
Looking forward to hearing back from you
P.S I had todo this for my dad
Hi Klay. The builder Let Loose Racing writes in this build post they are running 15×8 with an offset of +6mm and Hoosier front 245/50/15 and rear 275/50/15 tires.