This SVE mid-pipe will feature 3" aluminized tubing, it will increase power and torque, as well as be a direct fit into your Coyote powered Mustang! Since this x-pipe does not retain the factory catalytic converters, it is intended for off road use only and WILL require a custom tune. To maximize performance gains from this x-pipe we went with a custom tune from VMP Tuning, which can be purchased from Latemodel Restoration.com.
Now, let's go ahead and show you a baseline dyno pull with our 2013 5.0 Mustang with all of the Shelby goodies and VMP supercharger! For our baseline numbers, the car put down 593 horsepower and 554 torque.
With that being said, let's get the car up in the air and show you how to install the SVE off-road x-pipe. Then we'll reflash the PCM with the updated tune, and strap it back down to the rollers.
Needless to say, we are pretty impressed with the gains we achieved from the SVE mid-pipe. The car made an impressive 614 horsepower and 571 torque!
So if you do the math, those gains are good for 21 horsepower and 17 torque. Other than the SVE mid-pipe, this car only has GT500 axlebacks and a VMP Stage 3 Supercharger kit.
The SVE off-road x-pipe went on with out any major headaches, other than you might have to access one of the passenger side manifold nuts through the top of the engine bay. For the little time and money spent, this x-pipe proves it will increase power and torque from your 5.0 Mustang.
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