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Old 07-07-2013, 07:19 PM   #1
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Hello all, my goal for my car since I got her a year and a Half ago was to reach stock crank numbers to the wheel so 260/300 I have a few mods but I am not one to look at my mods and do the projected gains on a price of paper I have not had the car dynoed but I know it is no where close to 260/300, I know 300wrhp n/a on a 2v is nearly impossible and being a college kid I don't have to money to just slap a centri on and call it a day so my question is what do I need to make 260/300 at the rear wheels? Could I get there with just adding LT to my current mods, or would I have to cam it to get there? Thanks for your input!
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You can very easily get past 300rwhp N/A in a 2v, it will just cost you some money. New P&P Heads, stage 2 heads, a few bolt ons, and a custom dyno tune will put you past 300 to the wheels.

But to get 260 to the wheels here is a good list to start off:
1. 70mm throttle body (no need to go higher on n/a motor)
2. CAI
3. O/R exhaust
4. Custom Tune
4. Underdrive Pullies

Just remember that power isn't everything. If you want it to be faster you can get new gears, or an aluminum driveshaft for less rotating mass. Better tires will help a lot for off-the-line go.
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Well I put down 233whp 272wtq with a Bama tune and cold air intake. I know it's possible to hit 260whp with bolt ons, not sure on the torque though. Are you auto or manual?
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I put down 271 and 298 with a tune and full bolt ons. If you are an auto that will be about 265.
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You can very easily get past 300rwhp N/A in a 2v, it will just cost you some money. New P&P Heads, stage 2 heads, a few bolt ons, and a custom dyno tune will put you past 300 to the wheels.

But to get 260 to the wheels here is a good list to start off:
1. 70mm throttle body (no need to go higher on n/a motor)
2. CAI
3. O/R exhaust
4. Custom Tune
4. Underdrive Pullies

Just remember that power isn't everything. If you want it to be faster you can get new gears, or an aluminum driveshaft for less rotating mass. Better tires will help a lot for off-the-line go.
Thanks I have a complete rear end I just bought, which has gotten painted and is getting 4.10s they have been sitting at my house for way to long so got the gears covered and I have 315s out back which do indeed help a lot and a tri ax, sorry probably should of said all that, and yeah I'm not looking to buy new heads at the moment! You counting down the days till you are reunited with the stang?

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Well I put down 233whp 272wtq with a Bama tune and cold air intake. I know it's possible to hit 260whp with bolt ons, not sure on the torque though. Are you auto or manual?
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I put down 271 and 298 with a tune and full bolt ons. If you are an auto that will be about 265.
That's right where I want to be what's your complete list if you don't mind

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I put down 271 and 298 with a tune and full bolt ons. If you are an auto that will be about 265.
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CAI, accufab plenum, under drive pulleys, off road x and lm1, 3.73 gears which dont add power, dyno tune with an sct tuner. Mgw short throw and ill link a video on here

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I put down 271 and 298 with a tune and full bolt ons. If you are an auto that will be about 265.
Ppl get too hung up on numbers, I have seen way too many automatic cars making less power than their stick counterparts just annihilate them at the 1/4. Not so much a stock auto vs a stock 5 spd but throw a converter and a j-mod at the auto... yeah...

At any rate, OP should do the FULL bolt ons, 93 octane tune and driver mod and 12s are possible. As I said, ppl get too hung up on numbers, if the car is fun and seems fast to you that's all that matters. The car making the most power does not necessarily win. Great example is all the turds with Hemis rolling around...
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Ppl get too hung up on numbers, I have seen way too many automatic cars making less power than their stick counterparts just annihilate them at the 1/4. Not so much a stock auto vs a stock 5 spd but throw a converter and a j-mod at the auto... yeah...

At any rate, OP should do the FULL bolt ons, 93 octane tune and driver mod and 12s are possible. As I said, ppl get too hung up on numbers, if the car is fun and seems fast to you that's all that matters. The car making the most power does not necessarily win. Great example is all the turds with Hemis rolling around...
Yeah I run low 13s with a 5 speed. I thibk I can get 12s easy with tires because my 60 foot was 2.3 when I ran a 13.05. If I can get a 2 flat or less I think ill get a high 12 easy. Numbers are numbers but you need them to run fast too. Autos are by far better for track though. I have a hemi truck that ran 12s on a n/a motor but im not a turd haha and off course I blew it up and put a stock replacement back in because I wanted a mustang lmao
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Yah dude get that 60 ft down to below 2 and you'll run 12s easy. Hell, your goal should be to get it town to 1.6-1.7 range with some suspension work and good tires.

As for the Hemi Turds, I was talking about the Chargers and 300Cs with the ghetto fabulous setups and a catback that think they own the road. And then someone like me with a bolt on Mustang puts a bus length on them from the light...
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Hello all, my goal for my car since I got her a year and a Half ago was to reach stock crank numbers to the wheel so 260/300 I have a few mods but I am not one to look at my mods and do the projected gains on a price of paper I have not had the car dynoed but I know it is no where close to 260/300, I know 300wrhp n/a on a 2v is nearly impossible and being a college kid I don't have to money to just slap a centri on and call it a day so my question is what do I need to make 260/300 at the rear wheels? Could I get there with just adding LT to my current mods, or would I have to cam it to get there? Thanks for your input!
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78mm bbk throttle intake
Stock mid pipe with the cats cut off
Pypes m80 mufflers
93 octane bama race tune
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You can very easily get past 300rwhp N/A in a 2v, it will just cost you some money. New P&P Heads, stage 2 heads, a few bolt ons, and a custom dyno tune will put you past 300 to the wheels.

But to get 260 to the wheels here is a good list to start off:
1. 70mm throttle body (no need to go higher on n/a motor)
2. CAI
3. O/R exhaust
4. Custom Tune
4. Underdrive Pullies

Just remember that power isn't everything. If you want it to be faster you can get new gears, or an aluminum driveshaft for less rotating mass. Better tires will help a lot for off-the-line go.
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I put down 271 and 298 with a tune and full bolt ons. If you are an auto that will be about 265.
^ This is about the pall park I would shoot for. A full bolt on, Manual 2V GT is going to be in the 265-280 RWHP range! That's pretty impressive and is definitely enough power to have some fun with.

Your current mods, plus a full exhaust should get you there no problem! Intake, TB, Full exhaust and a Bama tune... Gears won't help with power, but they're probably the most beneficial mod when it comes to the butt dyno!

I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance. I'm only a PM away, so feel free to hit me up anytime you have a questions, need some assistance or just want to chat!

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How much power would this 2v be ?


70mm
Plenum
Typhoon manifold
21 injectors
P1 alternator
Longtubes
O/R X pipe
SLP 1s
CAI
SCT tune

( as far as engine bolt ons go )
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How much power would this 2v be ?

70mm
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21 injectors
P1 alternator
Longtubes
O/R X pipe
SLP 1s
CAI
SCT tune

( as far as engine bolt ons go )
Probably exactly what I make or close to it. 260 to 275
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Yep, right around 260whp. Does not mean it'll be a slouch though. 260hp 2V with 4.10s and a really good driver can work over cars making a LOT more power...
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Yep, right around 260whp. Does not mean it'll be a slouch though. 260hp 2V with 4.10s and a really good driver can work over cars making a LOT more power...

I'm guessing ported heads and stage 3 cams would be 300+
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I'm guessing ported heads and stage 3 cams would be 300+
My bet would be 290 to 310
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Guy in town has a 2001 gt with 70mm tb, udp, cai, bullet intake, cams, aluminum drive shaft, o/r x with dyno max bullets, e-85 tune. Put down 325 to the wheels. He said heads are next.
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How bout mine? Curious as to find out and sorry if i thread jacked it but i have 75 mm tb and plenum c&l mac intake o/r x to flowmaster dumps, full pi heads and intake manifold swap and cant remember any else its on my sig lol
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How bout mine? Curious as to find out and sorry if i thread jacked it but i have 75 mm tb and plenum c&l mac intake o/r x to flowmaster dumps, full pi heads and intake manifold swap and cant remember any else its on my sig lol
Cant see your sig but I would think yours would be a bit higher do to the non pi block with the pi swap.
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