Mustang GT500 Dyno'd - 446RWHP

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  1. TriShield

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    So a 34rwhp gain just from exhaust? :eek4:
     
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    But wtf 20% drivetrain loss.

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    I don't understand... that's less than 20% drivetrain loss. It's about right.
     
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    412 at the wheels is pretty respectful for a stock car.
     
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    Yeah, this one may not have been completely broken in. Some cars "find" power after a few thousand miles.
     
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    not bad but still a pos
     
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    I read something that said the stock exhaust flows just about as good as aftermarket, but I didn't think gears would make that big of a change.
     
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    True, I wouldn't be suprised to see them making 430 or 440 after 5,000 miles.
     
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    Gears make 0 change in rwhp.
     
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    For the record, anyone have the GTO or Z06 dyno #'s?
     
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    now they just need to make the car look good, and they are all set
     
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    IIRC C6 Z06s make around 440rwhp.
     
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    Looks are so subjective. IMO it's gorgeous.
     
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    Let me first say, i have mad love for CS, to the point where I have had his OT obit thread saved for YEARS now in case he dies...

    But the 3 line logo of the SHELBY on the trunk lid is way too retro looking and would be debadged in no time at all.
     
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    If i remember the zo6's are doing 470's with headers.
     
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    fixed that for you.
     
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    true IMO, its a but ugly piece of shit looking
     
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    stock Z06 is around 440-450
    modded is near the 500 mark if not over
     
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    the only thing that looks good on the car is the rear... the front looks like the

    :eek5: smiley....
     
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    thats comparable, but a double whammy with ford's bloated curb weight. :(
     
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    im the ol' days, you could add 100HP to a BBC by just adding headers :eek3:

    they must of had some shitty manifolds on that
     

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