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1994 Mustang gt, horsepower/tq estimate

Hey guys, within the next month im going to be installing a 97 explorer upper and lower with mild porting, gt40 heads-full port and polish, bowl work, 3angle valve job and new springs with 1.7 rr and an f303 cam that im getting for free, 70mm tb and edelbrock elbow. the guy i got the intake from had the same exact setup but with stock none ported ''p'' heads and put 273 rwhp down. What would mine be around? 280ish?

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You'll be around 280-285.

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You'll be around 280-285.

sounds about right.......
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You'll be around 280-285.
You've been reading too many of my posts. I'd say 285/325 if you have all the supporting bolt-ons and long tube headers. Nearer 280 if they're shorties.


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ok sweet thats what i thought...is it just me or is it sad that new v6 sedans are making more hp than my stock 5.0 ...?

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I don't know if it's sad, it's just technology...those jap V6s are quite well done, esp Infiniti/Nissan/Honda
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Yeah not sad, but unfortunate for us. Newer cars can eat us up, stock for stock.

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