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Made two Dynojet pulls with my car (TB 3416)today at Superior Automotive in Anaheim, CA. I was pleased with the numbers. The car is 100-percent bone stock and had just turned 8100 miles.

First run was:
236.6 hp at 5200 rpm and 273.9 lb-ft at 4100 rpm.

Car cooled for maybe 10 minutes, then

second run was:
240.0 hp at 5100 rpm and 279.1 lb-ft at 4100 rpm.

These Bullitt Mustangs run good!
 

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Excellent run! It looks like your numbers are definately in the average range proving that the original published numbers by Ford were close at 275 rwhp.
 

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On 2002-03-21 03:37, Miles wrote:
Made two Dynojet pulls with my car (TB 3416)today at Superior Automotive in Anaheim, CA.

First run was:
236.6 hp at 5200 rpm and 273.9 lb-ft at 4100 rpm.

Car cooled for maybe 10 minutes, then

second run was:
240.0 hp at 5100 rpm and 279.1 lb-ft at 4100 rpm.



Are these numbers SAE corrected? If so you may have one of the strongest stock bullitts around.
 

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All I can Say Is wow.I heard somewhere down the grape vine that the higher id numbers where stonger than the lower ones, who knows
 

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On 2002-04-03 17:20, BULLITTBRO1 wrote:
All I can say is wow! I heard somewhere down the grapevine that the higher id numbers where stonger than the lower ones, who knows

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I hope that this is true. One day I will scrape together $50 and find out.
 

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just curious what octane gas are you running? during break in, did you run the bullitt hard and at how many miles? what kind of motor oil? silencer on or off? also during break in, when cruising do you keep the engine in high rpms(3500 & up)?......
 

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# 5072 (232 HP)was higher than #2551 (225hp)or #3658(226hp) (could be off a couple of bullitt id numbers on the last one) I ran my car first and it was hot, all the rest had at least an hour cool down.
Great numbers!!!
 

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there are several dynos on the site that show low numbered bullitts in the higher stock rwhp ranges. it could be due to several factors. i don't believe it is build number. nothing points to that but i could be wrong.
 

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I'm noticing most MD charts show around 230-235 and most Dynojets are closer to 240.
 

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not sure if there's any correlation with build number and output. Mine is #1584 and is as high as I've seen.

I think rayburn over on stangnet has a real low build number and his dyno was real good as well.
 
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