2010 Mustang GT Dyno @ MAGNAFLOW

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  1. MagnaFlow Rep

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    We just wrapped up our development on the 2010 Ford Mustang GT and have some dyno numbers for those curious about the output of the retuned 4.6L.

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    2.5" Cat-back dyno
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    3.0" Cat-back dyno
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  2. Maza4ever14

    Maza4ever14 New Member

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    wow, 300 to the wheels with just a cat back?!
     
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    Does anyone else think that based off those numbers that the 2010 4.6 is underrated from the factory? It puts down 290 to the wheels, that would mean only an 8% drivetrain loss. I would say that the motor is actually around 330-335 based off 15% losses. Also very impressive 10HP jump just with a catback.
     
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    That or they took into account what aftermarket companies were already doing with tunes and CAI's. Just my thoughts tho.
     
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