Boston Acoustics, which supplies the factory-installed stereo systems for vehicles like the Chrysler 300, Dodge Magnum and Dodge Charger, started out with a stock, "90 percent original" Mustang GT 500 on this "HeartBreaker," according to Chris. It was rebuilt for some serious roadwork, outfitted with Holly carbs, Hooker headers, an NOS nitrous system, a Powermaster starter, Centerforce clutch and aluminum flywheel, Outlaw Racing disc brakes, Bilstein shocks, and P.S. Engineering wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich G-Force T/A KDW tires. To keep things cool in there, a Vintage Air a/c was installed. And that's not even why Boston Acoustics was at CES.

Boston Acoustics' monster sound system goes like this:

Neo Type-M Imaging System
Pro60 Component Speakers (front and rear)
SPG555-2 Subwoofer
GT-42 Amplifier (front and rear speakers)
GT-28 Amplifier (subwoofer)
GT-RSL Remote Subwoofer Level Adjustment
 
So after you win the drag race, feel free to crank up the stereo to celebrate. More photos of this beaut after the jump.


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