AmericanMuscle.com and Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords magazine have teamed up for a new competition called Dyno Wars, pitting the most powerful Mustangs in the country against one another to see who makes the most horsepower. The rules are simple – “Run whatcha brung, and hope you brung enough!” Four of the events will be held throughout the country this year, the most recent happening a few weeks back at the American Muscle headquarters in Malvern, PA. The results are certainly impressive, with only one Mustang making less than 700 rwhp and the most powerful car – a turbocharged 2011 Mustang GT built by JPC Racing – netting over 900 rwhp. Combined the six Mustangs produced a total of nearly 5,000 horsepower.
American Muscle Dyno Wars Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Region:
Dan Frayko – 2009 GT500 – Vortech 3.3L Supercharged – 689 HP
Clinton Smith – 2011 Mustang GT – Built Motor w/ 76mm Turbo at 19PSI – 925 HP
Chris Jurkowitsch – 2004 SVT Cobra – 324ci Motor w/ Whipple 3.4L Supercharger at 25PSI – 908 HP
Anthony Bongiovanni – 2010 GT500 – Whipple 2.9L Supercharger w/ Super Cobra Jet Cams – 771 HP
Chris Pilla – 2003 SVT Cobra – Built Motor w/ Whipple 3.4L Supercharger at 25PSI – 782 HP
Mike Corrin – 92 Mustang LX – 331ci Motor w/ 88mm Precision Turbo at 27PSI – 894 HP
You can watch the action from American Muscle’s Dyno Wars in the video below, and find out who the overall winner is in the August issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords.