By Known Mustang Shops And Tuners
Below are common average "Peak"
gains to be
expected and dyno proven over the factory air intake system when using
our intakes. You may notice that on the dyno graphs below that the "Maximum"
gain at certain RPMS may be as much as 50% more gain than listed below.
3.8 V6 with filter:
+ 9-11 rwhp,+ 8-13 ft. lb. torque (meter forward)
+10-12 rwhp, +10-15 lb. torque (full system)
5.0 V8 with filter:
+ 6-10 rwhp, +10-13 ft. lb. torque (full system)
4.6 2V with filter:
+8-10 rwhp, + 6-10 ft. lb. torque (meter forward)
+11-13 rwhp, + 9-15 Ft. lb. torque (full system)
4.6 4V NON SC:
+8-10 rwhp,+ 6-10 ft. lb. torque (meter forward)
+11-13 rwhp,+ 12-15 ft. lb. torque (full system)
'03 SC Cobra:
+22-25 rwhp, + 13-15 ft.lb. torque (meter forward)
05 - 08 GT:
+21-28 rwhp, + 19-26 rwtq
05 - 08 V6:
+20-25 rwhp, + 15-20 rwtq
(Typical Reductions in 1/4 Track Times)
3.8 = +.15
5.0 = +.10
4.6 2V = +.15
4.6 4V = +.10 - +.20
4.6 3V = +.2 - +.3
4.0 V6 = +.2
2005 GT system STOCK vs. TI CAI
tuned with Diablosport by Unique Tuning
(W/Catback) VS TI CAI **NO TUNE** Just as a bolt on, DynoJet Gains
2007 Mustang V6 STOCK
(W/Catback) VS TI CAI Tuned with Diablosport by Unique Tuning
This is an independent dyno
session of our production 05/09 GT system (not shootout prototype) versus the
JLT 2 production system (also not the shootout system) provided by Fastlane
This GT posted 258.6 rwhp and 280.4 rwtq.
(JLT 2 CAI was installed on run 002)
(Demolet Tunable Induction
CAI installed on run 003)
Our production system posted +2 rwhp and
+2 rwtq over the JLT 2
2005/2009 V6 system
provided by http://bamachips.com/"All I can say is WOW!!...We made some great numbers with this kit. In
stock trim it made 176rwhp and 198 rwtq. The car in stock trim with my 87
Performance tune made 188 rwhp and 218 rwtq. With the 87 tune and the Demolet
air intake we made 195 rwhp and 219 rwtq. That is absolutely nuts with an
Doug @ BamaChips:
With +18.88 rwhp and +20.16 rwtq, These are the biggest
gains on the market, and you'll retain these gains as the summer heat builds up
with our high quality carbon fiber and polycarbonate materials
Dyno test on a Blown Saleen of the #
4 system with the 75mm Dragon TB only.
This combo picked up +25.97
RWHP! The customer also noted that his boost had increased by +1lb.
system fits all the Saleen & Roush Mustangs and is the
MOTOR MODIFICATION. NO FURTHER TUNE NEEDED
was also noted by this
This is How our 3.8L 1999-2004 System
Before and after Dynoruns of a 3.8 adding a Full Length System
run: 3.8 v6 with stock air system, 98*F temp in dyno room
After run: 3.8 v6
with Full Length System, 98*F temp in dyno room
That's 12.5 RWHP and
14.8ftlbs of torque! This is an independent test.
The dyno testing results of our 03-04 Cobra system
in the UTI Shootout demonstrates how the tunablity of our system affects
horsepower and torque.
This is the same 5.0 Magazine stock 03 Cobra
shootout winning system.
The system made more power in the down
position, which can be argued as far as accuracy for two reasons, the first
being the air closer to the floor in the dyno cell was colder and secondly, the
car had always made less power on second dyno pulls all day. In the “up”
position the car made 371.05 HP and 365.12 lb/ft of torque. This is an
improvement of 19.68 HP and a gain of 5.83 lb/ft of TQ. In the “down” position,
the car tested at 376.85 HP & 372.24 lb/ft of TQ. This is a gain of 25.48 HP
and 12.58 lb/ft of TQ. Air fuel ratio stayed safe and below 12.5 for the entire
run after the PCM went into WOT strategy.
tunable aspect of our systems will elicit changes in horsepower and torque for
each application. The gains will vary for blower and naturally aspirated motors.
The two-bend filter positioning will not adversely affect meter calibration or
This is a dyno session by MotorTech Mag comparing
our #1 89-93 full 5.0 with the stock factory system and meter
Pictured above, our system is denoted in red
while the stock is depicted in blue. Our 5.0 system shows a 10.8 rwhp, 4 ft.lb.
rwtq. increase.(down filter position, up position not tested)