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Here's are the results on my 2014 FBO on 93 pump: E-Tune (Baseline) vs. PROtune done by Brentuning. Bren was able to get a higher hp/tq but I told him to stay below 600/600 just to be safe. Can't risk transmission issues. Car feels great, definitely feel the difference and mpg has improved! Btw, it says Hks midpipe, I actually have a Cobb catted mp.

1. Baseline, (E-Tune), Alpha catless downpipes, Cobb cat mp, hks legamax, 3" sakura intakes, Asnu 1100: 513 HP / 537 TQ @18.3 PSI
2. PROtune, Brentuning, Alpha catless downpipes, Cobb cat mp, hks legamax, 3" sakura intakes, Asnu 1100: 568 HP / 582 TQ @17.6 PSI (limited)

I really want to know what a stock 2014 would give on a mustang dyno. I've seen so many different results: 409whp, 440whp, 450whp, 480whp, and few 500+whp. My E-tune gave a 513whp So I just want to know what most 2014 gtr members on a mustang dyno mostly got being stock!.







 

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Here's are the results on my 2014 FBO on 93 pump: E-Tune (Baseline) vs. PROtune done by Brentuning. Bren was able to get a higher hp/tq but I told him to stay below 600/600 just to be safe. Can't risk transmission issues. Car feels great, definitely feel the difference and mpg has improved! Btw, it says Hks midpipe, I actually have a Cobb catted mp.

So, running lower boost on the higher HP run? Doesn't make sense. I think you get get some more power by running it at 19psi.
 
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