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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-29-2015, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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Dyno Reload?

did anyone every dyno a 2009 after the reload package?
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Gotta ask, what's a "reload package"? You referring to an aftermarket tune?

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sorry been researching a particular car

A package done at Mustang Racing Technologies in Plymouth Mi

I think main performance upgrade related to HP is Comp Cams stage 2 NSR camshaft kit,

They used a canned tune not dyno tune.
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Would you restate your question please? I'm still not sure I understand what you are asking....

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I was wondering if someone knows the horsepower gained by having the Reload package done to a stock Bullitt.

Or maybe more basically installing Comp Cams stage 2 NSR camshaft kit with tune.
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Rodney, way back in the beginning of time (08 Bullitt begining that is), MRT offered a special package specially for the Bullitt called the "Reload Package". One to the major features was the hood designed to mock the 68 Hood (love that hood). Not sure how many "reload" packages were sold but it appears that Darin has one of these cars.

Here is a link to the discussion from bad in the day:

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Rodney, way back in the beginning of time (08 Bullitt begining that is), MRT offered a special package specially for the Bullitt called the "Reload Package". One to the major features was the hood designed to mock the 68 Hood (love that hood). Not sure how many "reload" packages were sold but it appears that Darin has one of these cars.

Here is a link to the discussion from bad in the day:

MRT Reload
Ah, that makes sense now. Appreciate the education! I'd like to have that hood as well. I remember my dad having a 68/69 with that hood. Thought the indicator lights were cool. He couldn't make enough right hand turns =)

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Darin, have you reached out to MRT to see if they have that information?

Considering Mustangs are their primary business, they may have the information readily available.
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Today I found out that the hood on the car is a Foose hood. The MRT hood was switched out. Someone sure put a lot of money and time into this car. I myself do like the MRT hood better but the Foose hood does also look nice.
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