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2020 DJR Team Penske Ford Mustang GT Tech Specs

2019 DJR Team Penske Ford Mustang GT Tech SpecsDJR Team Penske competes with two full-time Shell V-Power entries in the 2020 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. The No. 12 Ford Mustang is driven by Fabian Coulthard and the No. 17 is driven by Scott McLaughlin. Below are the specs on the two DJR Team Penske cars:

Ford 5.0 litre 4 bolt main Boss block, Ford Motorsport D3 cylinder heads, Pistons by JE, Conrods by Carrillo, Crankshaft by Bryant, Valves by Xceldyne, Springs by PSI. Dry sump, Individual runner Inlet system managed by Supercars control MoTeC M190 ECU & power distribution module. Designed, developed and maintained by MosTech Race Engines.

Estimated 635 +BHP, rev limited to 7,500 RPM

Control Xtrac 1293 six-speed sequential control transaxle with integrated spool differential.

Pace Innovations designed & constructed Supercars control chassis with integrated roll cage. Polycarbonate windscreen.

Front – Double wishbone suspension with coil over adjustable damper and cockpit adjustable anti roll bar.
Rear – Supercars control independent rear suspension with coil over adjustable rear dampers with cockpit adjustable anti roll bar.

Front – Supercars control AP Racing 6 piston front calipers & 395mm ventilated discs.
Rear – Supercars control AP Racing 4 piston calipers & 355mm ventilated discs. Cockpit adjustable brake bias front/rear.

Wheels & Tyre's

Wheels: Team Dynamics 11” x 18” Aluminium Supercars control racing wheel rim.
Tyres: Dunlop SP Sport 280/680 R18 control tyre – 2 slick & 1 wet tyre compounds.

Fuel Tank
112 litre capacity Supercars control fuel cell, mounted forward of the rear axle centre line.

1395kg including driver (category minimum weight)

Top Speed
298 + km/h

MoTeC and Freewave 900Mhz spread spectrum radio

Power-assisted rack & pinion steering system with Woodward Supercars control collapsible steering column.