On The Dyno
The Dynojet chassis dyno at Anderson Ford Motorsport worked hard for the money with this tech effort. We made several runs on its rollers with Nikki Wilson's '02 GT, recording rear-wheel horsepower gains that actually went slightly beyond the 30 and 60 ponies we anticipated after installing AFM's Power Packages for stock '99-'04 Mustang GTs.
You may notice we haven't said anything about using a handheld flash tuner to change PCM calibrations after the camshafts were added. This isn't an oversight, as the 60hp package features an Abaco DBX 97B mass air that's pre-set for New Edge 'Stangs' 19-lb/hr fuel injectors.
"Best bang for the buck" has long been the mantra for Mustang enthusiasts seeking big-time performance without breaking the bank. We think these kits satisfy this need, especially when you consider the money saved by installing it yourself and skipping the dyno tuning.
With Phase One of our project complete, Nikki's 'Stang is once-again strapped on the dyno
While the exhaust exchange performed earlier represents the majority of the project's heav
With timing and valvetrain hardware out of the way, the stock cams are lifted up and out.
Nikki's hopped-up 4.6 really should come alive with the addition of AFM's N-22 camshafts,
Factory camshaft followers can be reinstalled with the cams, cam gears, and chains in plac
AFM's Power Pipe and an Abaco DBX 97B mass-air meter (mounted in the inner fender well for