horsepower on a GT40P motor??????






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    horsepower on a GT40P motor??????

    well i am getting a 01 explorer 5.0 GT40P motor tomorow for my mustang just wanted to knows whats the stock horsepower on this motor stock????

    i am going to be porting the intake and heads and putting my f303 cam what kind of horsepower would it make with this????should i see a good diferent over stock ??? cause i feel my motor is getting tired who knows how many miles it has burning some oil too...time for a new engine 01 with 29k miles last year of the 5.0

    i have mac headers ,pro-chamber h-pipe and mac catback with a 5spd if this makes a diference

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    Joe (T/S#25) used to run a motor with P heads on it, check with him on the power levels he made.
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    Looks like 215...

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    215 hp stock

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    so whats horsepower on a 90 mustang 5.0 stock??

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    Base Number of Cylinders: 8
    Horsepower: 215 hp
    Max Horsepower: 4200 rpm Torque: 288 ft-lbs.
    Max Torque: 3300 rpm Maximum Towing Capacity: 6620.00 lbs.
    Drive Type: AWD Turning Circle: 37.30 ft.

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    soo how come the mustang has motor horsepower than the gt40p motor whats the diference cam and headers???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyPC1 View Post
    he wants to know the hp of a stock 2001 explorer motor. not a stang motor.

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    That's what I gave him moments before your excellent post...

    Then he asked about a regular 'ol 302...

    From my faulty Wiki link...

    "In 1987, the Mustang received E7 heads and a more capable intake manifold. Power ratings jumped to 225 horsepower and 300 ft·lbf torque. In 1989, the Mustang's speed density air system was replaced with a mass air system. This change slightly reduced factory horsepower but it also made Mustangs much easier to modify. With the new mass air system, changes made to the intake, engine, and exhaust system would be recognized and compensated for by the ECU, resulting in a correct air/fuel ratio and optimum power. In 1993, Ford switched to cast hypereutectic pistons in all 5.0s, and also re-rated the GT at 205 horsepower and 275 ft·lbf torque"


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    damn...I'm slow tonight.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyPC1 View Post
    That's what I gave him moments before your excellent post...

    Then he asked about a regular 'ol 302...

    From my faulty Wiki link...

    "In 1987, the Mustang received E7 heads and a more capable intake manifold. Power ratings jumped to 225 horsepower and 300 ft·lbf torque. In 1989, the Mustang's speed density air system was replaced with a mass air system. This change slightly reduced factory horsepower but it also made Mustangs much easier to modify. With the new mass air system, changes made to the intake, engine, and exhaust system would be recognized and compensated for by the ECU, resulting in a correct air/fuel ratio and optimum power. In 1993, Ford switched to cast hypereutectic pistons in all 5.0s, and also re-rated the GT at 205 horsepower and 275 ft·lbf torque"


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    I just got my cialis refilled


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