Joined: Apr 2007
Location: nerd concentrate
Remember only a fraction of stang owners visit forums. The vast majority couldn't give a hoot about the rwhp of their car. It's good enough stock and leave it alone.
My car spent much of its life strapped to a dyno, obligatory when running high boost (20+ lbs). Still, there wasn't much talk about horsepower numbers and I could only guess my car's rwhp. More focus on air/fuel ratio and such. Too much emphasis on numbers that vary so much between machine types and operators. Notice sigs for cars with low ETs, do not usually include a rwhp # as well, and most that show rwhp #s, don't have low ETs. That's the difference between folk having hp goals and those with ET goals. For most as car goes faster, the hp number matters less.
06 Mustang GT, 76mm turbo @ 22lbs boost, built 302, built fuel, 4r70w + transbrake, gutted, 10.0 @ 136 mph in 1/4 (sold 2011)
S550 mercedes, stock, daily driver
2002 viper gts
2006 viper coupe
2013 srt viper base (track package)