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    • The 2020 GT500 is now at 834 rwhp with E85 and upgraded injectors

      This is the same GT500 with Lund Racing tuning you saw hit 803 rear wheel horsepower over a week ago. Well, Lund Racing and Lethal Performance worked some more on the tuning and the number is now 834 horsepower to the rear wheels.


      That is without playing with any pulleys but just more software work. Expect to see these numbers eclipsed quickly and frankly tuners leapfrogging each other one after the other in 2020.


      A pulley change should get them into the 900's relatively easily.

      Did you catch the news yesterday from Lund Racing?? They made 834rwhp (SAE) in their 2020 GT500 just by revising the previous E85 tune. Still the same mods as our Level 2 power pack (E85, Lethal Performance Race Pipes, ID 1050X injectors). Insane. What do you think the numbers will be when a smaller pulley gets thrown into the mix?

      This article was originally published in forum thread: The 2020 GT500 is now at 834 rwhp with E85 and upgraded injectors started by Sticky View original post
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      1. Stevenh's Avatar
        Stevenh -
        Nearly 8,200rpm now... Great time to be a petrol head.
      1. Roll up or pull up's Avatar
        Roll up or pull up -
        Why is the gt500 getting some much attention on here?
      1. richpike's Avatar
        richpike -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Roll up or pull up Click here to enlarge
        Why is the gt500 getting some much attention on here?
        Because it’s kickass? Putting up crazy numbers already? Is there something you’d prefer to discuss more?

        -Rich
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Roll up or pull up Click here to enlarge
        Why is the gt500 getting some much attention on here?
        What exactly should be featured? Pretty sure a badass new Ford Mustang and arguably the best performance car value on the planet fits perfectly on BoostAddict.com and FordBoost.com.

        This isn't a BMW only site and hasn't been for years.