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Old 07-31-2006, 01:33 AM   #1
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Hey guys just wondering if any1 knows the 1/4 and 1/8 mile times for a completely stock 2000 mustang gt(5spd). Also if u know the 0-60 and the RWHP stock, i would appreciate. Thanks guys.
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:35 AM   #2
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auto or manual?
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:37 AM   #3
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id say about 215-220 RWHP stock, you didnt say if its an auto or 5 speed. 1/4 mile 14.2 to 14.5 depending on trans and how well you can drive. You might be able to squeeze out a 14.0 if you drive the **** out of it. id say 9.1- 9.4 in the 1/8th mile at around 79-80mph. 1/4 mile 95-98MPH. 0-60 around 5.4 sec, but realisticaly prob around 6.0sec
This info is from my experience in my 03 GT 5 speed (old car)
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:39 AM   #4
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id say about 215-220 RWHP stock, you didnt say if its an auto or 5 speed. 1/4 mile 14.2 to 14.5 depending on trans and how well you can drive. You might be able to squeeze out a 14.0 if you drive the **** out of it. id say 9.1- 9.4 in the 1/8th mile at around 79-80mph. 1/4 mile 95-98MPH. 0-60 around 5.4 sec, but realisticaly prob around 6.0sec
Are we really THAT slow?[&o]
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id say about 215-220 RWHP stock, you didnt say if its an auto or 5 speed. 1/4 mile 14.2 to 14.5 depending on trans and how well you can drive. You might be able to squeeze out a 14.0 if you drive the **** out of it. id say 9.1- 9.4 in the 1/8th mile at around 79-80mph. 1/4 mile 95-98MPH. 0-60 around 5.4 sec, but realisticaly prob around 6.0sec
Are we really THAT slow?[&o]
I dunno prob not but most of the time people think there cars are really fast and then they go to the trac it burst there bubble real quick, at least it did to me in my 03 gt. But my best time ever in that car was a 13.8@103MPH with a few bolt on's and 4.10 gears.
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:42 AM   #6
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On the Kenne Bell website they have tech articles where they show how they take a say 96-98 GT and put things on it one step at a time and dyno it at each step. In the tests they start from stock. It says stock for a 99-04 GT with a manual tranny is 245rwhp, the auto tranny is 217rwhp. I dont know how accurate that is but thats what KB says and they dyno'd each one so I dont know.
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On the Kenne Bell website they have tech articles where they show how they take a say 96-98 GT and put things on it one step at a time and dyno it at each step. In the tests they start from stock. It says stock for a 99-04 GT with a manual tranny is 245rwhp, the auto tranny is 217rwhp. I dont know how accurate that is but thats what KB says and they dyno'd each one so I dont know.
245 is a little high, mine was a stick and with a k&n and flows it only put down 230RWHP but dynos are diff so who knows.
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:46 AM   #8
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It says stock for a 99-04 GT with a manual tranny is 245rwhp, the auto tranny is 217rwhp.
The KB site says that? It seems too high for the manual and a tad too low for the auto.
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Yea I really dont know about it. I hear anything from 230-245rwhp for a manual tranny. Who knows lol
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