Woodbine Motorsports, led by JJ Jones, has assaulted the Modular Muscle category with a 2011 Mustang GT. JJ currently sits 12th in the ultra competitive class that operates under the open comp style rules. His naturally aspirated Coyote 5.0L vehicle benefits from custom tuning (by Woodbine) thanks to SCT TSX. The car is also fueled by Shell Racing Fuels and goes mid-11s. The open comp style racing is fun but JJ has decided to make the jump into Coyote Stock for 2013. A 1986 Mustang LX coupe has been brought to the Woodbine Motorsports compound for its transformation. Thanks to simple rules the only real choice JJ has to make is whether to go with a stick-shift or C4 automatic transmission and as of right now he is keeping a close eye on the current field.
A sealed Coyote 5.0L engine from Ford Racing Performance Parts is on its way along with the control pack for an easy installation in the Fox-body chassis. The control pack and FRPP tune is required for Coyote Stock competition. As the class moves into the high 10s on a regular basis, JJ has his work cutout for himself. The engine is a locked package where the racers cannot tune or modify it so the only homework that needs to be handled is hooking the power and drivetrain efficiency. That is why Strange Engineering makes the perfect class sponsor as it offers quite a few products to help in that department. As the car is being torn apart and built back up, the goal is to test before the conclusion of 2012. You can be sure the Woodbine Motorsports Coyote Stock entry will be ready for battle at NMRA-Bradenton 2013.