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Old 08-19-2014, 12:58 AM   #1
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Horsepower and Future Mods

Around how much horsepower should my car be making with the following mods:
BBK CAI
Accel Super Coils
75mm TB & Plenum
Catless H Pipe
Flowmaster Super 40s
93 octane Bama Tune

Estimated rear wheel and to the crank horsepower would be great guys. Also, what future mods are a great complement to these bolt ons I have.
PS. Trying to stay NA


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260 is the stock crank hp. Most likely with mods i would estimate it around 290-295 if the tune is spot on for crank hp. Ive seen similar set ups as you on this forum except with longtubes and UDP making around 255-265 to the wheels with a good dyno tune. Next mod 373 or 410 gears, that will really liven her up.

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I would also suggest the OEM coils verse the Accel coils as ive read some horror stories about the aftermarket coils. Many on this forum say OEM is the best and use nothing else.

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Yes, if all else fails, STAY with OEM COP's, NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO, Accel COP's. You will be down grading instead of uprading with those or any other than OEM Ford. If you are wanting to change them out due to age or mileage or whatever reason, you will not go wrong ever with OEM. People tend to beleive that because it says Accel or Bosch or whatever a popular name may be, that it has to be better than OEM Ford product. That is complete and utterly a falsehood. I think you get my point.
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260 is the stock crank hp. Most likely with mods i would estimate it around 290-295 if the tune is spot on for crank hp. Ive seen similar set ups as you on this forum except with longtubes and UDP making around 255-265 to the wheels with a good dyno tune. Next mod 373 or 410 gears, that will really liven her up.

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290-295? More like a 5-10HP gain if you're lucky with those mods. 260 HP is brand new off the lot, most new gens nowdays are dynoed around 230-240HP.

So you're looking at either 235HP (worst case scenario) or 245-250 (best scenario)

If you really want to get around 300HP, look into cams and longtube headers. Don't waste your money on bolt ons.
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290-295? More like a 5-10HP gain if you're lucky with those mods. 260 HP is brand new off the lot, most new gens nowdays are dynoed around 230-240HP.

So you're looking at either 235HP (worst case scenario) or 245-250 (best scenario)

If you really want to get around 300HP, look into cams and longtube headers. Don't waste your money on bolt ons.
Steve was saying 290-295bhp, if you keep reading his post then he mentions it's around 250-255whp
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Steve was saying 290-295bhp, if you keep reading his post then he mentions it's around 250-255whp
That makes more sense. I didn't catch that part. I was just jolting through the thread on my phone.
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Around how much horsepower should my car be making with the following mods:
BBK CAI
Accel Super Coils
75mm TB & Plenum
Catless H Pipe
Flowmaster Super 40s
93 octane Bama Tune

Estimated rear wheel and to the crank horsepower would be great guys. Also, what future mods are a great complement to these bolt ons I have.
PS. Trying to stay NA
OP-Looking like Pancakes beat me to the punch here and I would anticipate you being in the 235-240 neighborhood. These cars can be silly sometimes and they're all going to make power differently. On my '01 I put down around 250 with LT's, O/R H, catback and pulleys (Dynojet) and then saw another GT with identical mods put down about 10 more hp. Needless to say it ruined my dyno experience! At the end of the day its more or less going to be what you're feeling which would be a great overall improvement by the seat of your pants. Regarding mods have you looked into gears at all? They really give a night and day difference! Let me know if you have any questions and I'm here to help or feel free to shoot me a PM!

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