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How Much Power Will This 2002 Mustang GT With 220K Miles Make?

Created by Jay Walling / 2 min read
Date Created: 10/28/2021
Last Updated: 9/1/2022

Kirk's 2002 Mustang GT has almost 220,000 miles on the clock and with a ton of mods and a lot of drive time, we'll see how much this Mustang makes!

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For this dyno article, we will be covering our employee Kirks 2002 Mustang GT. This Mustang has almost 220,000 miles on it as well as a list of aftermarket parts. Check out below for more pics, dyno technical data, and of course the dyno results!

How Much Power Will This 2002 Mustang GT With 220K Miles Make? - How Much Power Will This 2002 Mustang GT With 220K Miles Make?

Also, check out our 2002 Ford Mustang Specifications to learn more about this New Edge Mustang and how it is considered one of the best Mustangs Ford ever produced


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Dyno Technical Data

  • SVE 18-inch Series 1 Wheel
  • TR3650 5-Speed Transmission So Dyno Pull Will Be Made In 4th Gear (1:1 ratio)
  • 4.10 Rear-End Gear
  • Aluminum One-Piece Driveshaft
  • K&N Drop-In Filter
  • Trickflow Throttle Body/Plenum
  • 93 Octane Fuel
  • Complete Custom Fuel System
  • PaceSetter Longtube's with off-road X pipe
  • OEM Ford 4.6L 2V Longblock

Dyno Results

How Much Power Will This 2002 Mustang GT With 220K Miles Make? - How Much Power Will This 2002 Mustang GT With 220K Miles Make?

Here are the results! Kirk's 02 GT produced 247 RWHP at 5000 RPM and 283 RWTQ at 4000 RPM. This is right on par with other modified 2V New Edge Mustangs we have put on the dyno here in the past. We hope this dyno gave you some more insight on just what these iconic 03-04 SVT Cobras are capable of. As always keep a lookout for more dyno articles and videos right here at LMR.com. Shop our featured 99-04 Mustang Performance Parts below!


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Published on 2020-06-22
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Another day, another 2V! This time, it's Kirk's 2002 Mustang GT with almost 220,000 miles! Kirk is one of our Product Management team members here at LMR. With a ton of mods and a lot of drive time, we'll see how much this "Slow 2V" really makes!

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Jay has written content for Late Model Restoration for over 10 years, producing over 120 articles. Jay has an extensive 25-plus-year background in automotive and is a certified Ford Technician. Read more...