Ford Performance has come up with three new “Power Packs” for owners of the 2015 – 2017 Mustang to cram even more power under the hood.
Customers who order a Power Pack will be provided with a ProCal tool that requires a laptop and internet connection for installation. Using this unit, the Mustang will be re-calibrated for better throttle response on both manual- and automatic-transmission models, while the stick shift cars will be offered no-lift shifting. Power Pack upgrades require 91 octane fuel and are emissions-legal in all 50 states.
The base Power Pack 1 costs $539 and boosts overall power by 13 hp and 16 lb-ft of torque, bringing the car’s total to 447 hp and 416 lb-ft of torque, though about 40 more lb-ft are available at 1,500 rpm, which means this car should jump off the line. A stock Mustang V8 makes 435 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. An upgraded K&N air filter is also included.
Power Pack 2 costs $949 and adds the GT350’s new high-flow air filter to these Mustangs. A wider 87-mm throttle body is also used, boosting power by 21 hp and 24 lb-ft of torque. With this package, the GT350’s hardware can be purchased separately from new software for $539.
Finally, Power Pack 3 includes the larger GT350’s cold air intake, throttle body and intake manifold, kicking horsepower up by 37 and bringing 51 more lb-ft of torque. Up at 7,500 rpm, the horsepower boost amounts to 60. Opting for this package will set you back $2,395.
Power Pack 1 will arrive this August, while the following two will follow in September and October.
Ford Performance Packs come with a 3 year/36,000-mile components limited warranty as along as the parts are installed at a Ford dealer.
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