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Old 12-24-2007, 10:57 PM   #1
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I have been looking everywhere for All Year Mustang Engine specs and I was wondering why Ford only Lists Horse Power ratings not Torque.

Where can I find the HP and TQ ratings for Mustang Engines for all years?
I am compiling a database of all muscle car engine specs and Ford is the only one I can't find.
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Ford Mustang Specs & History you can gather 1991-2008 there.
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Ford Mustang Specs & History you can gather 1991-2008 there.
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Now I need 1964 1/4 - 1990 thats a lot of years
Just wondering why ford does not publish the Torque ratings?
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there also factory ratings, net vs gross, and actual hp/tq ratings (not just what they told you) are you keeping track of those as well?
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there also factory ratings, net vs gross, and actual hp/tq ratings (not just what they told you) are you keeping track of those as well?
I want the advertised crank HP/TQ, I know that they stopped the Net and Gross ratings in 1970 and only used actual after that.

So before 1970 it would be advertised HP/TQ and after 1970 Actual HP/TQ
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starting in like what 06 they now have to meet what they release, no more of the under/over rating (I think at least). I know on the 03 cobra its actually 425~ not 390... and like the RX8... they overrated that thing.
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starting in like what 06 they now have to meet what they release, no more of the under/over rating (I think at least). I know on the 03 cobra its actually 425~ not 390... and like the RX8... they overrated that thing.
06 was when the SAE changed how hp was ragted. After that most domesdtics got to raise thier advertised hp and most imports had to lower it! For example, the then new c6 zo6 started at 500hp after sae made thier changes Chevy changed to 505hp. The Camery had to drop thiers dsomething like 30hp! I don't remember the numbers though.
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here is an interesting chart with HP ratings as Advertised
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No torque rating Maybe this might help you out a little

1967 Mustang Engine
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Base Model:
• 200 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 120 horsepower
• 289 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 200 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 289 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 225 horsepower
• 289 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 271 horsepower
• 390 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 320 horsepower
Mustang GTA:
• 289 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 225 horsepower
• 289 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 271 horsepower
• 390 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 320 horsepower
Mustang Stallion:
• 289 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 271 horsepower
• 390 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 320 horsepower
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower
Shelby GT350:
• 289 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 271 horsepower
Shelby GT500:
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower
Shelby Super Snake:
• 427 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted 520 horsepower.

1968 Mustang Engine
With the release of the 1968 Mustang, the United States was introduced to an engine that would come to be known by a number and a letter, although it would take a few decades. That engine was, of course, the "five-o". Known in its early stages as the 302, it was intended to replace the 289.
Base:
• 200 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 120 horsepower
• 289 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 195 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 210 horsepower
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 230 horsepower
• 390 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 320 horsepower
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower
GT350:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 230 horsepower
GT500:
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower
GT500KR:
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower

1969 Mustang Engine
The 1969 Mustang brought another "refresh" to the Mustangs look, and there were several new trim lines with the Boss lineup and the Mach1 introduced. This would be the last year to offer a Mustang GT, as the Mach1 became the introduction performance Mustang.
Base:
• 200 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 120 horsepower
• 250 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 155 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 220 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 250 horsepower
• 390 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 320 horsepower
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower
Mach1:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 220 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 250 horsepower
• 390 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 320 horsepower
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower
Boss 302:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 290 horsepower
Boss 429:
• 429 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 376 horsepower
GT350:
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 290 horsepower
GT500:
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower

1970 Mustang Engine
When 1970 rolled in, the Mustang GT did not. Having been overshadowed by the Mach1 and Boss Mustangs, Ford saw no need for a low performance, performance model.
Base:
• 200 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 120 horsepower
• 250 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 155 horsepower
Mach1:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 220 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 250 horsepower
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 300 horsepower
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower
Boss 302:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 290 horsepower
Boss 429:
• 429 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 375 horsepower
GT350:
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 250 horsepower
GT500:
• 428 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 335 horsepower
Boss 429 Lawmen:
• 429 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 1200 horsepower

1971 Mustang Engine
Again, the 1971 Mustang was another year for a redesign, and with it, more changes to the Mustang lineup. The Boss 302 and Boss 429 were dropped, and the Boss 351 took both of their places.
Base:
• 250 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 145 horsepower
Mach1:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 210 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 240 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 280 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 285 horsepower
• 429 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 375 horsepower
• 429 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 370 horsepower
Boss 351:
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 330 horsepower

1972 Mustang Engine
In 1972, the US Government implemented new engine emissions regulations, and also began requiring engines to be tested for their horsepower ratings under load of all accessories such as power steering, the alternator, etc. These two items caused a drop in stated horsepower, although the horsepower hadn't actually changed much, it was just stated differently. Nonetheless, these new restrictions negative impacted the sales of all performance cars, including the Mustang.
Base:
• 250 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 98 horsepower
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 140 horsepower
Mach1:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 140 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 177 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 266 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 275 horsepower

1973 Mustang Engine
1973 would mark the end of the first generation of the Mustang, and when the 1974 Mustang was released, it appeared as though Ford Motor Company was no longer attempting to be a performance car. Power dropped again in 1973 for the performance minded Mach1.
Base:
• 250 cubic inch inline 6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 99 horsepower
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 141 horsepower
Mach1:
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 141 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 177 horsepower
• 351 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 266 horsepower

1974 Mustang Engine
When the 1974 Mustangs hit the showroom floor, it was a whole new car, so it was named the Mustang II. Not only did the Mustang II not look like its predecessors, it didn't run like them either, mostly due to the relatively weak engine lineup. There would be no performance model in 1974, although there would be the Ghia, which was just a luxury upgrade. The Mach1 still existed, but it had no performance engine.
Base, Mach1, and Ghia:
• 140 cubic inch inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 171 cubic inch V6, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 105 horsepower

1975 Mustang Engine
While there would still be no performance model for 1975, this model year marked the introduction of the "Five-O" Mustang. The Mustang was still offered only as a base or a Ghia, but the 5 liter V8 was a welcomed addition to the Mach1.
Base, Mach1, and Ghia:
• 140 cubic inch inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 171 cubic inch V6, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 105 horsepower
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 140 horsepower

1976 Mustang Engine
1976 brought about the implied return of the Shelby name with the Cobra II. Much like the new Mustang, the Cobra adopted the "II". Unfortunately, there was no high performance engine offered, as the Cobra II was basically an appearance package, and the engine offerings didn't change.
Base, Mach1, Ghia, and Cobra II:
• 140 cubic inch inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 171 cubic inch V6, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 105 horsepower
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 140 horsepower

1977 Mustang Engine
A year of subtle appearance changes in an attempt to make the Mustang II look a bit sportier, but again, no engine changes.
• 140 cubic inch inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 92 horsepower
• 171 cubic inch V6, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 103 horsepower
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 140 horsepower

1978 Mustang Engine
This last year of the Mustang II, and the last year to tolerate these low performance engines, and a year later, the dawn of the most popular Mustang body, possibly ever.
• 140 cubic inch inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 92 horsepower
• 171 cubic inch V6, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 103 horsepower
• 302 cubic inch V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 140 horsepower

1979 Mustang Engine
In 1979 the Fox Body chassis was introduced, and although it would see some changes over the years, the fox would be the Mustang chassis all the way to 1993. It was during this time that the Mustang became known as the "five-o", even though the Mustang II had the engine, this chassis made it famous. However, Ford offered an option in power with their 2.3L turbocharged 4 cylinders. This was also the year that Ford began stating their engines sizes by liters rather than by cubic inches. The engines offered were available in all forms of the car, as there was no GT, or similar performance model. There was the Cobra, but it was basically a trim package.
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 2.3 liter inline 4, turbocharged, 2 bbl carbureted, 132 horsepower
• 2.8 liter V6, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 109 horsepower
• 3.3 liter inch V6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 85 horsepower
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 140 horsepower

1980 Mustang Engine
There were still no performance models offered in 1980, so once again all engines were offered on all Mustangs sold. The 5.0 liter engine was not offered in 1980, but would return in a few years. In its place for the time being was a 4.2L engine that was less powerful. In an effort to make the automatic transmission Mustangs as quick as the manual transmission models, the 2.3L and 3.3L Mustangs with auto transmissions got a slight bump in bhp.
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower (manual trans only)
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 90 horsepower (automatic trans only)
• 2.3 liter inline 4, turbocharged, 2 bbl carbureted, 132 horsepower
• 3.3 liter V6, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 91 horsepower (manual trans only)
• 3.3 liter inch V6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 94 horsepower (automatic trans only)
• 4.2 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 119 horsepower

1981 Mustang Engine
Again, no performance models and no 5.0L, and 1981 also saw the drop of the turbocharged 2.3L. Not a particularly exciting year for the Mustang engine lineup.
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 3.3 liter inch V6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 94 horsepower
• 4.2 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 120 horsepower

1982 Mustang Engine
Finally, the 5.0L would return, and this time it would stick around until 1995, and this period was what cemented the 5.0L in motoring history. However, the addition of the Mustang GL, GT, and GLX hinted at possible upcoming, performance Mustangs as were seen in the 60s and 70s.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 3.3 liter inch V6, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 94 horsepower
Mustang GT/GLX:
• 4.2 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 120 horsepower
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 157 horsepower

1983 Mustang Engine
The biggest news for the Mustang in 1983 was the long await return of the convertible. However, the engine lineup was also refreshed for 1983 and that refresh including the removal of the 4.2L and 3.3L, the addition of a 3.8L V6 and a new turbocharged, fuel injected 2.3L, and the 5.0L got a sizeable jump in power.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 3.8 liter inch V6, naturally aspirated, 2 bbl carbureted, 112 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, turbocharged, fuel injected, 145 horsepower
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 176 horsepower

1984 Mustang Engine
1984 marked the (illegal) return of the GT350, as well as the introduction of the SVO Mustang. There were additional 5.0L engines offered, now featuring fuel injection. This year marked the introduction of the Saleen Mustang, although it would be a while before Saleen began making engine performance alterations.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 3.8 liter inch V6, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 120 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, turbocharged, fuel injected, 145 horsepower
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 165 horsepower
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 175 horsepower
GT350:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, turbocharged, fuel injected, 145 horsepower
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 175 horsepower
SVO:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, turbocharged, fuel injected, 175 horsepower

1985 Mustang Engine
The GT350 was gone in 1985, but the SVO returned. There would be power increases for the SVO 2.3L and the 5.0L HO motor, although the Turbo GT wasn't offered.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 3.8 liter inch V6, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 120 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 165 horsepower
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, 4 bbl carbureted, 210 horsepower
SVO:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, turbocharged, fuel injected, 205 horsepower

1986 Mustang Engine
Nothing new was added in the engine lineup for 1986, but the 5.0L carbureted engine was removed. This would be the final year for the SVO.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
• 3.8 liter inch V6, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 120 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 200 horsepower
SVO:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, turbocharged, fuel injected, 205 horsepower

1987 Mustang Engine
While still based on the fox body chassis, the 1987 Mustang got a fairly elaborate refresh, with a new sportier look, which yielded better aerodynamics. There would be only two engines offered, as the only options were the base model, the GT, and the Saleen, although the Saleen still used the basic GT engine.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 225 horsepower

1988 Mustang Engine
There were very few changes for the Mustang in 1988, and none were made to the engine offerings.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 225 horsepower

1989 Mustang Engine
There were no changes to the Mustang or the engine lineup, but the Saleen models got their first increase in horsepower.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, 1 bbl carbureted, 88 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 225 horsepower
Saleen SSC:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 292 horsepower

1990 Mustang Engine
Once again, no big changes for the engine lineup of the GT or base model, but the Saleen models got a few changes. The base model 4 cylinders finally got fuel injection, but no gain in power.
Base:
• 2.3 liter inline 4, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 88 horsepower
Mustang GT:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 225 horsepower
Saleen:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 292 horsepower
Saleen SC:
• 5.0 liter V8, naturally aspirated, fuel injected, 304 horsepower
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