Lewis brought his 2011 Ford Mustang GT back in for the next round of work: BOOST! Back in November, we started working with Lewis and his Mustang by installing his long-tube headers and performing a custom dyno calibration, coming in at 419.24whp & 371.13lbft. But shortly thereafter, Lewis got the itch for more… a lot more.
So, this round, we took it up a several notches, and fit the Gen-1 Coyote 5.0L with some fine whine! Up first in the shop, John installed a Gen-V W185ax 3.0L Stage-1 twin-screw system from Whipple Superchargers, billet oil pump gears and crankshaft sprocket from Modular Motorsports Racing – MMR, along with the OEM and aftermarket odds-and-ends to bring it together, all working with the existing modifications including 1.825″ primary OD long-tube headers from BBK Performance Parts, and an exhaust system from ROUSH Performance.
With the mechanical work wrapped in the shop, Matt strapped her down to the rollers for Vlad to perform a custom dyno calibration via HP Tuners. With 93 octane in the tank, and the 3.0L Whipple delivering ~8psi, Vlad increased the Coyote’s output to a healthy 685.01whp & 561.74lbft — a gain of 265.77whp & 190.61lbft over the last visit! Strong results for this stock long block Gen-1 Coyote 5.0L, that’s sure to keep Lewis entertained… for a while, at least.