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400whp 5.0

Whatís up guys as I am new to the forum! I bought a 2014 f150 with the 5L coyote and was wondering if 400whp or close to it was achievable reliably on 93 without any type of forced induction. I know a good exhaust, cold air, gt ported intake, throttle body and custom tuning will up the HP and torque a good amount but will it be in the 400 wheel hp range? Preferably a little more.
 
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In short, NO, not Rear Wheel HP anyway... I have a Mod'd 2013 w/a 5.0 & just Dyno'd her today, 326 RWHP
The shop stated I'd have at least a 20% gain, IF measured on an Engine Dyno, factoring Driveline loss & my 20" wheels.
You can see my Build Thread below, although, I haven't added anything about the Dyno "yet"
 
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In short, NO, not Rear Wheel HP anyway... I have a Mod'd 2013 w/a 5.0 & just Dyno'd her today, 326 RWHP
The shop stated I'd have at least a 20% gain, IF measured on an Engine Dyno, factoring Driveline loss & my 20" wheels.
You can see my Build Thread below, although, I haven't added anything about the Dyno "yet"
I thought it was a stretch, but after you spend a few thousand on all the parts I listed above I just figured the gains would be a lot bigger, if Iím correct they make 280-290 wheel stock and after all that just 40 more ponies?
 
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I thought it was a stretch, but after you spend a few thousand on all the parts I listed above I just figured the gains would be a lot bigger, if I’m correct they make 280-290 wheel stock and after all that just 40 more ponies?
Yeap, pretty much & trust me, I was greatly shocked as well as disappointed. Because yes, I've spent a lot of money & with how hard my truck is pulling now, I was convinced it would've made appx 40 more than it did. I drive a 2018 AWD Dodge Charger w/a 5.7 Hemi, daily & from 0-70'ish mph, my F150 (she pulls HARD from a Dig) will outrun the Charger.... Mind Blown right now!

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...l#post18657239

Link on my Build-Thread reference Dyno results ^^^
 
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Originally Posted by King-bRanch View Post
Yeap, pretty much & trust me, I was greatly shocked as well as disappointed. Because yes, I've spent a lot of money & with how hard my truck is pulling now, I was convinced it would've made appx 40 more than it did. I drive a 2018 AWD Dodge Charger w/a 5.7 Hemi, daily & from 0-70'ish mph, my F150 (she pulls HARD from a Dig) will outrun the Charger.... Mind Blown right now!

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...l#post18657239

Link on my Build-Thread reference Dyno results ^^^
I haven't seen a Charger patrol cruiser in a long time. All of the departments in my area have switched to the Explorer exclusively.
 
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Originally Posted by King-bRanch View Post
Yeap, pretty much & trust me, I was greatly shocked as well as disappointed. Because yes, I've spent a lot of money & with how hard my truck is pulling now, I was convinced it would've made appx 40 more than it did. I drive a 2018 AWD Dodge Charger w/a 5.7 Hemi, daily & from 0-70'ish mph, my F150 (she pulls HARD from a Dig) will outrun the Charger.... Mind Blown right now!

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...l#post18657239

Link on my Build-Thread reference Dyno results ^^^
Do you have a ported GT intake manifold on yours? Iím in several 5.0 f150 groups on fb and they say it makes a big difference, Iím thinking that header backs, CAI, gt cams and an actual dyno tune would get close to the 400 wheel mark, I bet it would on an e85 tune but thereís no pumps in my town and I hear the mustang cams can be pricey.
 
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Originally Posted by King-bRanch View Post
Yeap, pretty much & trust me, I was greatly shocked as well as disappointed. Because yes, I've spent a lot of money & with how hard my truck is pulling now, I was convinced it would've made appx 40 more than it did. I drive a 2018 AWD Dodge Charger w/a 5.7 Hemi, daily & from 0-70'ish mph, my F150 (she pulls HARD from a Dig) will outrun the Charger.... Mind Blown right now!

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...l#post18657239

Link on my Build-Thread reference Dyno results ^^^
I don't play with the Chargers around here with the extra lights, but mine has been known to beat up on a Hemi or or 2 in Ram 1500's that kept telling me they beat 5.0's in F150, I just look at them and say so do I, big deal. I don't think they know the 6.2 was in a non Raptor f150.
I would say you would beat the 1500's also. If you are pulling the Charger.
I should be around 30HP more at the wheels running premium since I am 24HP more on Regular gas.
 
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Originally Posted by Dirtbike19 View Post
Do you have a ported GT intake manifold on yours? I’m in several 5.0 f150 groups on fb and they say it makes a big difference, I’m thinking that header backs, CAI, gt cams and an actual dyno tune would get close to the 400 wheel mark, I bet it would on an e85 tune but there’s no pumps in my town and I hear the mustang cams can be pricey.
I do not... I considered it, but I kept the Stock Truck, because it produced the most TQ & TQ is what moves a heavy vehicle

 
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I don't play with the Chargers around here with the extra lights, but mine has been known to beat up on a Hemi or or 2 in Ram 1500's that kept telling me they beat 5.0's in F150, I just look at them and say so do I, big deal. I don't think they know the 6.2 was in a non Raptor f150.
I would say you would beat the 1500's also. If you are pulling the Charger.
I should be around 30HP more at the wheels running premium since I am 24HP more on Regular gas.
Hahaha, you would be correct sir, as a Hemi powered Ram 1500, has YET to outrun my Coyote
If its any consolation, I'd love to have a 6.2 & in fact is another reason I love Russ's (AlaskanEx) Truck, besides how gorgeous it is
 
 


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