Rwhp & tq

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  1. Ghostrider2148

    Ghostrider2148 New Member

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    did the search thing and got everything but what I was looking for.
    2016 pp what is stock rwhp & tq ?
    Thanks
     
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    Stock GEN4 & GEN5 SHO's dyno within a range of 277 to 285awhp.

    I forgot what the stock TQ's are.

    Hope that helps.
     
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    Thanks. Long n’ short ... I want a little more than stock but nothing crazy. Having an idea of stock rwhp gives me an idea of cost & what to expect.
     
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    Sgtmeatsauce1 2013 SHO +pp

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    Regardless, a tune feels like a lot and the responsiveness and better drivability is worth it right there. Negative is you will enjoy your car so much you will drive just for the sheer fun of it and pile on the miles. Good luck, it's an addiction.
     
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    Why do I feel like that statement has been made by more than a few on his forum....

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    Thanks!
     
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    It's not so much the peak hp/tq you notice as much as it is the gains throughout the entire rpm range. Tune makes it a whole different car. I'm not one to tell people what they should and shouldn't do, but you should definitely get a tune!
     
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    Regardless of the power numbers, the difference between stock and tuned is like night and day. In addition to the engine improvements, the transmission behavior is vastly improved.
     
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    This, even part throttle around town driving is improved. Every drive by wire Ford I have owned had the same issues before a tune.
     
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    I have seen 305AWHP and 310AWTQ from SHO owners that dyno'ed their cars before tunes. Depends on temps, altitude, humidity and octane in the tank as well.
     

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