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How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make?

Created by Jude Horstman
Date Created: 7/13/2022
Last Updated: 7/13/2022

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Scott Hubbard bought this 1967 Mustang GT Fastback when he was 15 years old in April 1979 and finished the restoration at age 21 in 1985. The car had 100,000 miles when restored and driven 38,000 miles since then.


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  • How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make? - How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make?
  • How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make? - How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make?
  • How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make? - How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make?

Dyno Technical Data

  • 428 Cobra Jet engine
  • .030 overbore with Edelbrock aluminum heads
  • PerTronix Ignition, roller rockers, and a stock 428 CJ Ford camshaft
  • 428 Cobra Jet Exhaust Manifolds
  • Ford Medium Riser PI (Police Interceptor) Aluminum Intake Manifold
  • Holley 4 Barrel 750 Carburator with a 1969 Shaker Hood Scoop
  • Straight pipes with an aftermarket chambered muffler system and exit to the original quad exhaust tips
  • Later-model T-45 5 Speed Transmission and adapted to the original bell housing (Pull made in 4th gear)
  • Steel Driveshaft
  • Original Positrack 9-inch differential with 3.00-1 gears
  • 14” Magnum 500 wheels with a 235/60/14 Cooper Radial (Rear)
  • 34 degrees of timing
  • 93 Octane Fuel

Dyno Results

How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make? - How Much Power Does a 1967 Mustang GT Make?

Over the years, this car has seen a lot of miles! This 1967 Mustang GT made 265 RWHP st 4,600 RPM and 371 RWTQ at 2,900 RPM.

We don't think Hubbard will be selling this Mustang anytime soon! However, this isn't his only one! Be sure to check out his 1967 Shelby GT350 and see how much power it makes. As always keep a lookout for more dyno articles and videos right here at LMR.com.



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1967 Mustang GT With 428 Cobra Jet Hits The Dyno!

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Published on 2022-06-30
1967 Mustang GT Fastback with 428 Cobra Jet & T45 5 Speed Transmission Hits The Dyno!

Scott Hubbard bought this 1967 Mustang GT Fastback when he was 15 years old in April 1979 and finished the restoration at age 21 in 1985. The car had 100,000 miles when restored and driven 38,000 miles since then.

The car is an original S-Code 390 with the 4-speed transmission, but now it has a 428 Cobra Jet engine .030 overbore with Edelbrock aluminum heads, stock 428 CJ Ford camshaft, roller rockers, Pertronix pointless ignition, Ford medium riser "PI" Aluminum Intake, 428 CJ exhaust manifolds, Holley 4 barrel 750 double pumper fitted with a 1969 Shaker hood scoop and T45 5 Speed transmission adapted to the original bell housing. With original 3.00-1 positraction 9-inch rear end.

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