THE DYNO RESULTS ARE IN ( for now )!! Our Whipple Supercharged 2024 Mustang GT!!


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Sep 14, 2020
Wellington, FL
The dyno results are in on our Whipple Supercharged 2024 Mustang GT ....for now!
It's what you have all been waiting for (some more patiently than others...)!

We put our Whipple Supercharged Mustang GT on the dyno over at Palm Beach Dyno to see what numbers it would make... and it did NOT disappoint!

This is a 6-speed 2024 Mustang GT using the Whipple calibration on 93 octane. We installed a Stage 2 Whipple Supercharger kit with the Gen 6 3.0L supercharger and are using the 3.75" pulley, which is what comes standard in the kit. We also have a set of Kooks Longtube headers, a Corsa HH-pipe, an RXT clutch and a QA1 carbon fiber driveshaft.

We did run into an issue of hitting a limiter at 7100rpm which is set by Ford on all manual transmission 2024 Mustangs (including the Dark Horse) so we didn't get a full RPM run. This same issue happened with our stock baseline runs. We did do a full pull in 3rd gear, which did not hit a limiter, and it made 781rwhp! On average, the 4th gear numbers were about 20-30hp more than 3rd gear so we wonder if fixing the limiter will present us with an 800+rwhp number.

Remember this is on the stock Whipple calibration, stock 3.75" pulley and 93 octane!


But Whipple is working on a limiter fix! However the numbers so far are more than promising and you would not be hitting 7100rpm in 4th gear while going down the track in this setup.... which means it's time to hit the drag strip!

Click here to follow the build:

Stay tuned for Part 2 where we'll [hopefully] have a fix for the limiter issue AND we'll test out some smaller pulley sizes and a little ethanol to see what kind of gains we can squeak out of this setup.
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Mar 25, 2012
Shawnee, OK
I think you're correct. Doesn't matter if you're making 400 or a thousand. If your engine can take it and you're not detonating from boost or timing, while keeping your AFR good... It's all good.
I'm making 665/600 at the tires with 93 octane, 14lbs of boost and 14 degrees of timing. I could crack 700hp at the tires with 2 more degrees of timing, but I choose not to.
I think it depends more on the boost and timing levels. If it's making those numbers at say 14psi and 15 degrees of timing I'd say it's ok.

JMO of course.

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