Doughboy is making 1000rw from a Bret ported Gen2 rear feed on his '16 California Special through an Automatic. Lidio tuned.
I think he's maxed out but he always finds a way to make more. I think his next step should be a Big boy blower like a Kenne Bell. It's been hell for him to get to 1k. A 3.6 or 4.2 Kenne Bell would have had him to 1200rw a long time ago.
I've never been on a dyno but I think I'm around 1000rwhp. My '18 is a full interior with zero weight reduction at 4100lbs. Most recent passes have been 9.0's @ 154mph.
My setup is a 2018 Mustang GT with the Gen 5, 3.0 Whipple with the upgraded front heat exchanger (no fans), Pump E85 on a 2.85 Griptec Pulley - 6 RIB
Bone Stock engine except for oil pump gears and crank sprocket.
A10 automatic - I had to install the McLeod Clutches as the stock ones started to slip, I did a Circle D Converter when the trans was out.
Ngauge with Jon Lund Jr. handling the tuning (He has been AWESOME!)
Full length Stainless Works headers, 2.5" H-pipe and Flowmaster chambered cat back exhaust.
Return Fuel System/pumps/regulators/ID1050X injectors
DSS Driveshaft and 1400HP Axles
BMR Springs, Viking rear Shocks & all of the BMR Rear Suspension pieces, Stock 3.15 Rear Gears, Stock Brakes
305/45/17" Mickey Thompson Drag Radials on Welds
Since my last visit - I just now finished a full 3" exhaust using a universal 3" X-Pipe and Magnaflow 3" Catback and have a smaller 2.75" Griptec pulley to bring along. I am going back to the track this week and to see if I can get into the 8's on the 6 rib setup. ( I can't say enough how impressed I am with the 3.0 Whipple and the 6 rib Griptec Pullies to even give us a chance to go this far on these little guys!)
Palm Beach Dyno has this chart that seems pretty realistic, can anyone else confirm this chart vs. dyno personal numbers?