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How Much Power Will A 2004 Mustang GT with 180,534 Miles Make?

Created by Taylor Ward
Last Updated 6/14/2021

Check out LMR's dyno of our recently purchased 04' Mustang GT with over 180,000 miles! You might be surprised by the results from this Comp Orange Mustang.

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We recently picked up Tyler Rodriquez's old 2004 Competition Orange Mustang GT. Tyler is the SEM Manager here at LMR and he realized that the condition of this car is in a lot worse condition than when he first owned it. When he first sold the car we were lucky enough that it never really left the Central Texas area. With it being available for purchase at a local car lot, we jumped at the opportunity to get this unique vehicle back in our hands. So before we start fixing it up and make changes, we wanted to get it up on the dyno and see how much power it really made!


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As far as the current mods and info on the vehicle it includes:

  • factory intake manifold
  • aftermarket intake plenum or throttle plenum
  • unique throttle body spacer with the factory throttle body
  • aftermarket BBK fenderwell cold air intake with a factory Mass Air Meter.
  • offroad x pipe that is connected to a Borla catback exhaust
  • factory TREMEC 3650
  • factory 3.27 rear gears
  • Ford Racing one piece aluminum driveshaft
  • 17" Mach 1 wheels
  • 87 Octane in the tank
  • SCT Strategy Tune for 87 Octane

Before we start the initial pull on the Dyno please note the pull will be in 4th gear (1:1 ratio for the 3650). As mentioned earlier this is in its most raw state and we really haven't looked over anything on the car before this dyno. This will be a great baseline to go off of when we start to make improvements to the car. Once we performed the initial pull it made 219 HP at 5100 RPMs and 264 lb-ft of Torque at 3300 RPMs. These numbers do seem pretty low for what mods are already on the vehicle, but as we mentioned this is the raw state of the car. We have great plans in the works for this 04 Comp Orange Mustang and this initial dyno will be a great baseline for future dynos.


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Published on 2020-05-19
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We recently picked up Tyler's old 2004 Competition Orange Mustang GT and realized it's in a lot worse condition than we remembered. So before we fix it up and start making some changes, we wanted to get it up on the dyno and see how much power it really made!

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