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Old 02-14-2014, 05:50 PM   #1
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Is anybody running this set up in a 2010 GT?

Is anybody running this set up in a 2010 GT?
62mm throttle body
Ford Racing intake manifold
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Headers
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Axle back exhaust
Dyno'd
I'm curious on the HP output y'all got. Thanks.
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Old 02-16-2014, 12:34 PM   #2
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I had an 05 GT 3V, CAI, CMCV deletes, ford racing cams, LT headers w/ o/r x pipe, and a dyno tune, with clutch, flywheel, aluminum DS 4.10s blah blah. All motor on 93. Made 348/340 peak power at 6600rpm peak tq at 4300
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I had an 05 GT 3V, CAI, CMCV deletes, ford racing cams, LT headers w/ o/r x pipe, and a dyno tune, with clutch, flywheel, aluminum DS 4.10s blah blah. All motor on 93. Made 348/340 peak power at 6600rpm peak tq at 4300
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Thank you sir! It was my baby until I got a wild hair up my *** and sold it for a '13 5.0. Miss it a lot but love my coyote now!
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Thanks. Yeah I've seen lotsa numbers on 05's but I haven't seen any on 10's.
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I would imagine it'd be fairly similar. Possibly even a little more since the 2010s had a little more to begin with. Motor in mine only had 12k on it which likely helped (swapped in a motor from a totalled 07). Original was toast. 3V lash adjusters don't seem very reliable.
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Thanks. Yeah I've seen lotsa numbers on 05's but I haven't seen any on 10's.
Essentially you'll see the same gains from a 2010, as he did from his 2005. I believe the only performance differences in the 2005-2009 cars and a 2010, is the 2010 has the Bullitt tune, and a different Intake Manifold. So if you end up changing both the tune, and the IM, you'll see the same end HP.
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Essentially you'll see the same gains from a 2010, as he did from his 2005. I believe the only performance differences in the 2005-2009 cars and a 2010, is the 2010 has the Bullitt tune, and a different Intake Manifold. So if you end up changing both the tune, and the IM, you'll see the same end HP.

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Just bought my 2010 with pretty much everything you have listed, dyno print out that came with the car reads 341rwhp just passed 6K rpm, torque peak was a little disappointing at only 315 around 4800rpm but the curve isn't terrible. Was done around 68 degrees and under 30% humidity and just a hair under 1K' elevation.
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I'm sure a lot of your TQ has to do with the tune on it. I picked up 20rwtq just by changing from the BAMA tune to a custom dyno tune(by no means dogging BAMA, great tunes, just can't beat real world dyno tuning IMHO). Still great #s though! Almost identical to my old 3V. I was tuned on a 35° day at nearly 300ft elevation. That may play a factor as well. To the OP, think you've got some pretty consistent results here bud. Enjoy your ride!
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Well there u have it, Galaxy64 just gave u EVERYTHING u needed! Nice detail brotha, temp, humidity, etc are BIG factors when assessing a dyno sheet!

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Is anybody running this set up in a 2010 GT?

Same mods should get you close to the same power numbers.
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