At 5,300 feet, the raw numbers were 474rwhp and 397lbs torque.
I think we left the timing at 15 degrees.
He says he can go a lot further, but I want to get used to the increase I just got for a little while.
I am a novice at all this power stuff. No reason to wrap myself around a pole as I learn how to drive this.
Are my numbers wimpy?
He swears he get another 75 out of it easily.
There is no doubt it is a lot quicker than what I had, and holding steady at 3000 RPM in second and then punching it, it is really spinning the 285 wide rear tires with the Torsen unit... finally.
Before, it wouldn't spin them.
I'm told the torque is really flat and that I have good low end torque.
But, as I say, I'm a novice at all this.
Heck, half of what I know I learned from you guys.
I definitely have more zip than I have had the last 12 months since delivery.
Without boost, the cars feels quicker than before as well.
2012 Shelby American Mustang GTS 580rwhp 485 ft/lbs Grabber Blue White Stripes
Ford Whipple, 5.0L, Tremec XL Magnum, MGW, Centerforce DYAD clutch, Boss 302 Torsen w/4:10s, 302R EPAS, Eibach Coil Overs, Fays 2 Watts Link, Dynotech DS, Shelby UCAs/LCAs, Wilwood brakes 6 piston 4 piston, Drake Bump Steer, heavy duty cooling, welded axle tubes, Interior Package, GT4 wheels, Borla Touring axlebacks, GT500 rear valence w/parking sensors, and airbag cover signed by Carroll Shelby.