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Stock long block hp numbers?

I'm debating going with a small single turbo kit and was wondering how much power can I get out of a bone stock longblock (stock shortblock, cam, E7 heads etc)?

The motor runs great and don't intend on replacing anything at all, not even the head gaskets or add head studs.

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BTW I do have some FMS roller rockers, arp head bolts and a cobra intake w/65mm tb in the garage just sitting there. But I'm not sure if I want to use these parts because they may not make much of difference with the stock longblock. instead this is money I can use towards a tune and rebuilding a T5....................

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you can make a ton of horsepower, its all in the tune!

the stock block/internals are matched pretty well, its not worth building the bottom end of a stock block because the block can't handle much over 500rw(i know people have made much more).

do a search or check out theturboforums, formerly turbomustangs.com

you will find everything you need.

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we took a mustang that made 215rwhp and 220rwtq. Motor basically stock. Put 8lbs of boost 17 degrees timing 11:0 a/f and it made 444rwhp and 480rwtq. The guy is on corral as well.
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damn thats good
the car will make more if he wants it for sure

he goes by 05xterra on here as well if you want to ask him about it.

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The ARP head bolts and Cobra Intake and better head gaskets
would be good upgrades

other than that slap that turbo on there, boost it up to 10-12psi
and have fun. Like they said 400-450rwhp is very attainable.

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The ARP head bolts and Cobra Intake and better head gaskets
would be good upgrades

other than that slap that turbo on there, boost it up to 10-12psi
and have fun. Like they said 400-450rwhp is very attainable.
Agreed the intake would help and the better head gaskets would be nice to have but I would not bother with better head gaskets until the stock ones blow and they will blow. At that point better gaskets can be put on along with the ARP hardware already owned. I personally would swap heads at that point, not for more power but more for a head with a thicker deck. I'd try finding something like some old Dart Sr cast iron heads that can often be picked up for cheap since so many people think they are worthless now days.

Guess it all depends on how much power one wishes to make because good power can still be had with an all stock motor plus a power adder like a turbo.

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we took a mustang that made 215rwhp and 220rwtq. Motor basically stock. Put 8lbs of boost 17 degrees timing 11:0 a/f and it made 444rwhp and 480rwtq. The guy is on corral as well.
Very impressive Newt.

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The power was made with 8lbs, he is right about the mostly stock engine.

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The power was made with 8lbs, he is right about the mostly stock engine.
What are you using the tune the car? Any additional info you can share?

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SCT BA3000 meter, SCT chip, 42lb inj, 65mm tb, and whats in my sig. Its just as basic as it sounds and is a blast to drive. I love the Quicktime kit and Greg at SpeedyDyno did and awesome job on the install/tune.
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I dont have any turbo dyno numbers as of yet but its a bone stock motor with a few bolt on's made 223hp/28 trq and ran a very best of 13.6 @101mph

with the EXACT same 60 foot it ran a 12.1 @ 120mph at 9psi from a "smaller" 62-1. This was also with REALLY small 225/50/15 (23.9 tall lmfao) BFG DR's basicly I had NO traction!!! I was running out of gear on the big end too.

Im pretty sure it has a high to mid 11 in it.. not bad for a bone stock motor oil pan to t/b.. all the online calculators say my trap speed vs the weight of the car makes it around 400-420 hp depends on which calc I used lol lol

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I dont have any turbo dyno numbers as of yet but its a bone stock motor with a few bolt on's made 223hp/28 trq and ran a very best of 13.6 @101mph

with the EXACT same 60 foot it ran a 12.1 @ 120mph at 9psi from a "smaller" 62-1. This was also with REALLY small 225/50/15 (23.9 tall lmfao) BFG DR's basicly I had NO traction!!! I was running out of gear on the big end too.

Im pretty sure it has a high to mid 11 in it.. not bad for a bone stock motor oil pan to t/b.. all the online calculators say my trap speed vs the weight of the car makes it around 400-420 hp depends on which calc I used lol lol
Nice! Very similar to my setup. What gears do you have in it? Oh, I see you have 3.45's. Do you mean 3.55's?


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Nice! Very similar to my setup. What gears do you have in it? Oh, I see you have 3.45's. Do you mean 3.55's?

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THANKS !! I was happy with it until the balljoint fell out of the control arm yesterday on the way to work.. Tore up the fender a bit and was one hellva ride lol


nope its a 7.5inch rear end with 3.45 gears.. I have a 8.8 with 3.27s ready to go in but everything but the rearend keeps going before I get a chance lol lol

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I have a similar setup...

stock block, crank, rods, pistons, main and rod bearings, piston rings, heads, cam, intake, throttle body, stock fuel lines & rails, full weight, stock suspension, stock rear and gears, stock computer, 93 pump gas, MP T-70 @ 9psi = 1X.0's @ 1X9mph!!! spinning and blowing thru the converter, first track outing.

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Sounds good, do you guys run intercoolers? Why I ask is that I'm thinking about turboing my 65 and there isn't any room to mount an intercooler.

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if there is no room for an intercooler why not run methonol injection?
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Sounds good, do you guys run intercoolers? Why I ask is that I'm thinking about turboing my 65 and there isn't any room to mount an intercooler.

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I run an air to air intercooler. It isn't necessary to run an intercooler. Just run some good gas.

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Great post, my stock 93 coupe is waiting til April for a kit. Im still evaluating companies, but it is great to read these numbers from a stocker. Newt-rod, does yours come with maf, fp and injectors?
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The basic kit does not, but I think he can get it for u.
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you can buy injectors,maf,and fuel pump from us. Not a problem at all
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