Jon Coleman’s 2003 Mustang is a legitimate 7 second car with all the equipment you would normally expect to see in a 7 second car… and air conditioning, and power steering, overdrive and hi-def stereo, of course! [VIDEO BELOW]

Coleman built this monster at DBR High Performance in Spring Hill, Tennessee, where he is the Shop Foreman.  DBR is a FULL service performance facility with dyno that specializes in turn key 1000+hp solutions, many of them equipped with MS3Pro & MegaSquirt Engine Management Systems.  Last week, the DBR team was fortunate to campaign five of their cars at Hot Rod Magazine’s Drag Week , where four of them finished in the top 10 in Super Street Small Block Power Adder, one of the quickest and most competitive classes showcased!

Our hats are off to Jon, who came in a very respectable 2nd place, turning in THREE 7 second passes including a personal best 7.64 ET at 183mph with a brand new combo with minimal mechanical issues only. Though his Friday pass was the quickest in class by 3 tenths, Drag Week contenders fight a war of attrition for the best average ET over 5 days, 4 unique tracks and more than 1000 miles traversed, rain or shine! Congrats to Jon Coleman on your 2nd Place WIN!

See Complete Hot Rod Drag Week 2018 Results HERE

Jon’s 7 Second Combo- Specs and Details

2003 Mustang, 3550lbs Race Weight

MS3Pro ULTIMATE EMS controls & data logs everything you could imagine!
Flex Fuel
(8) AMP EFI IGN1A Smart Coils
Native Boost Control w/ AMP EFI Solenoids

Engine & Drive Train:
Concept Performance LSR Wet Deck Block
Callies 3.625 Magnum Center Counterweighted Crank
Callie’s Ultra I-beam rod
Wiseco Flat Top Pistons
4.125 bore
Trick Flow HIP’d 245 Cylinder Heads
LJMS Custom Grind Cam Shaft
BTR Valve Train
Holley High Ram Intake with 417 Motorsports Lid
Stock Truck Manifolds
Twin Forced Inductions ETR 76mm T4 Turbos
External Wet Sump Oil Pump

Proformance Racing Transmissions Power Glide with Dump valves
PTC torque converter
Gear Vendors Promod Overdrive

Visit Jon Coleman’s Drag Week Recap and give him a THUMBS UP!

VIDEO Courtesy of Joe DuRard, DBR High Performance
Cover Photo Credit: Kevin Clark, Speed Obsessed