Steeda carries a strong reputation within the Ford community as a builder and innovator of original custom parts and equipment. Nowhere is that rep stronger than amongst the Mustang crowd, and today Steeda has released some of the details on its upcoming 2010 version of its Q Series tuning program for the Ford Mustang.

Though the vehicle was still under testing at Sebring as recently as June (see video below), the car will follow on in Q Series tradition with computer-designed and track-proven parts.

Some of the key pieces include Steeda underdrive pulleys, sport springs, billet lower control arms, Steeda Spyder wheels in 20x9.9in front and 20x11in rear, sport shifter and Nitto NT-05 high-performance tires. Aesthetically, the car also gets a special Steeda hood paint treatment and sidewinder stripes.

Steeda says it is working to make the 2010 Steeda Sport Edition Mustang the best Steeda Mustang that's ever hit the road, but at $6,995 for the package it'll take a lot of desire to justify those custom Steeda parts.

The car pictured in the video isn't fully decked out in production trim. The final result will look like the sneak preview image above.

2010 Steeda Mustang hits the track for testing