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Hi everyone!

Well i have a 1994 Mustang GT AODE and i have some work done to it. I want to go to the track and get some numbers but i want to know how much of a difference i have from a stock mustang gt AODE.

I would like to know the weight, 0-60, 1/4 Mile, 1/8 Mile, hp and torque at dyno, all when stock.

I am going to dyno and go down to the track later this month. I just want to know what I have improved on.
 

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The weight is around 3450, torque is 285 ft lbs @ 3400, hp is 215 @ 4200, 0-60 is around 6.7 seconds, quarter mile is 15.1 seconds which means 9.7-9.8 in the 1/8 mile.
 

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Is the HP and Torque at the wheels? and is that for the AODE and not the five speed? Thanks eagle.
 

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0-60 is around 6.7 seconds, quarter mile is 15.1 seconds which means 9.7-9.8 in the 1/8 mile.
Those figures are for the 5-speed model Eagle. Automatics are much slower, and you can blame that on the power-sapping AODE tranny and super-tall gearing from the 2.73 ring & pinion.
My own GT auto did 0-60 in 7.9, the 1/8 in 10.45 @ 70.6, and the 1/4 in 16.03 @ 89.2 bone stock. I've come a long way since then. :gringreen
The 1995 Mustang GT that AFR used for their track and dyno testing produced almost identical results; 1/8 in 10.35, 1/4 in 16.01 @ 88.5 bone stock:

AFR's 95 Ford Mustang Dyno: Aluminum cylinder head manufacturing and flow dynamics

The 179rwhp and 226rwtq that they got on the dyno is at the upper end of the stock engine range. The '94 GT auto that C&L performance used for their dyno testing put down 168rwhp and 218rwtq.
By comparison, stock 5-speed 94-95 5.0's are putting down about 190-195rwhp and 255-260rwtq so the AODE 5.0 is about 20rwhp/35rwtq behind.
 

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Damn it. My car just started acting up again. Before it was cause the gaps of the plugs where all wrong. around .025, one didnt even fit in the gapper. I was wondering if a smog pump going bad would cause loss of performance? I hear like a whiinning noice like a RC car and i dont think its my trans i just got it rebuilt about december. Should it be time for a trans oil change? or should i start a new thread on 94-95?
 

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Those figures are for the 5-speed model Eagle. Automatics are much slower, and you can blame that on the power-sapping AODE tranny and super-tall gearing from the 2.73 ring & pinion.
My own GT auto did 0-60 in 7.9, the 1/8 in 10.45 @ 70.6, and the 1/4 in 16.03 @ 89.2 bone stock. I've come a long way since then. :gringreen
The 1995 Mustang GT that AFR used for their track and dyno testing produced almost identical results; 1/8 in 10.35, 1/4 in 16.01 @ 88.5 bone stock:

WOW !! 0 to 60 in 7.9 it must off been a slouch when you got it, ive got mine from 0 to 60 in 5.6 with what I have, Im still building mine before I go to the track.....:bigthumbsup
 
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