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Old 10-12-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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2007 Shelby GT dyno Numbers

Yesterday I my 2007 Shelby GT automatic put on a Mustang dyno and I was pleased by the numbers but I am not sure if they are correct. It was 70 degrees and 38% humidity outside.

Max HP 336 @ 6204 RPM
MAX Torque @ 301 @ 5131 RPM

I have a BAMA 93 TUNE and 4:10 gears all the rest are the stock Shelby adders.

Are these numbers in the ballpark?
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Well what do they come stock with 315?
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Well what do they come stock with 315?
319 I think
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Well what do they come stock with 315?
It's just a 3v with bolt-ons. Looks to be in the ballpark
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It's just a 3v with bolt-ons. Looks to be in the ballpark
Looking at a Kenne Bell 2.8L Supercharger for a winter project. Hope my auto can hold it!
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It will fort automatics are known for being pretty solid units.

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It will. Ford automatics are known for being pretty solid units
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I'm looking into getting a new job in the next month.. Might sell mine and pick up a 2007 Shelby GT. One in my area with 68k for $21k
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I'm looking into getting a new job in the next month.. Might sell mine and pick up a 2007 Shelby GT. One in my area with 68k for $21k
We bought ours last spring with 17k miles. It gets lots of looks and will be adding FFRP Cams and a supercharger this winter. Wife loves the lope sound.
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We bought ours last spring with 17k miles. It gets lots of looks and will be adding FFRP Cams and a supercharger this winter. Wife loves the lope sound.
How much did you but it for? If you don't mind me asking..
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How much did you but it for? If you don't mind me asking..
Ours was purchased from a ex military young lady that bought it new and was the only driver. She needed money and we bought the car "right". I would say 21K is in the ballpark for a Shelby GT.

I wanted a 2011 GT but the Shelby gets more looks.
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Ours was purchased from a ex military young lady that bought it new and was the only driver. She needed money and we bought the car "right". I would say 21K is in the ballpark for a Shelby GT. I wanted a 2011 GT but the Shelby gets more looks.
Yeah I think it's a pretty good upgrade from an 03 GT, I love the look of them as well
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well add 6-7k and get a 2007 gt500 that will hold the value better than the gt and have the power you want you can find those in the 28k range with under 30k miles
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Yesterday I my 2007 Shelby GT automatic put on a Mustang dyno and I was pleased by the numbers but I am not sure if they are correct. It was 70 degrees and 38% humidity outside. Max HP 336 @ 6204 RPM MAX Torque @ 301 @ 5131 RPM I have a BAMA 93 TUNE and 4:10 gears all the rest are the stock Shelby adders. Are these numbers in the ballpark?
I wonder what mine would make.. And what do they come with stock.
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well add 6-7k and get a 2007 gt500 that will hold the value better than the gt and have the power you want you can find those in the 28k range with under 30k miles
Only thing is that I'm almost 18.. So the insurance and payments would be a little too much to handle for me on a GT500,
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well add 6-7k and get a 2007 gt500 that will hold the value better than the gt and have the power you want you can find those in the 28k range with under 30k miles


I looked at GT500's and everything was beat to death. To buy a GT500 that was in the shape that is not beat on, you will spend 40K.
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i paid 30k for mine with 3k miles 2007 gt500



Edit: deals can be had you just have to find them
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i paid 30k for mine with 3k miles 2007 gt500



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That's a great deal... I would have done that in a minute
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I got mine for a little less than 30. They are going for an even better price now.
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That is a straight up steal for a 07 gt500.
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They are a lot of $30k shelbys in Michigan
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