In this video I review the performance gains that can be had with the Ford Performance Power Packages and compare them to the 2018 Mustang GT dynographs.

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    • 331Grabber
      331Grabber

      The PP3 should be combined with shorter rear gears like 3.91 or 4.10.

      about 1 month ago
    • Dail White
      Dail White

      hey jake  just added a reply to your reply to  "just checking in"  if you get a chance let me know what you think  re: no-lift shift issues I wrote about.   thanks  dail

      about 3 months ago
    • Dail White
      Dail White

      just checking in. wondered if you have had the install? planning on install of PP1 with Galpin Ford. they will download "my" part and charge for one hour. solid...also, they are very familiar with the system and warranty issue which is a positive. will get back with impressions. by the way, CJ Pony has great pricing on Power Pack 1  d.

      about 3 months ago
    • Dail White
      Dail White In reply to Dail White

      may hold on the install. too many negatives re: no-lift shift. i'm not a straight line power guy, I run road courses and this is my street car. as several people have referred...too bad Ford wasn't smart enough tooffer the option of choice during the install. a lot of track guys are not happy. it appears to be engagedat 5,000 rpm and then who knows unless you like mashing to redline or want to back time shifts, count secs before throttle...I don't know, just seems to take away from good spirited street driving. Ford is awareof the issue but...? even some drag guys seem off on it. I really did like the low end torque, raised rev-limit,across the board hp/torque and improvement of throttle response in the software but not interested instraight line gear slamming. maybe in Utah on the .8 mi straight before turn one...still got to bring that ponyto rein.  Billy Johnson, MOTOIQ, only mentioned NLS. would have been good to here his opinionlet me know if you have any info to share.  Paul at Galpin MS is the guy to talk to if interested.  thanks  dail

      about 3 months ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to Dail White

      Cool man thanks! Still stock for now! Let me know how it goes !!

      about 3 months ago
    • christopher wynn
      christopher wynn

      Have you heard of anyone running the Power Package 3 and a 4.09 gear?

      about 3 months ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to christopher wynn

      No

      about 3 months ago
    • Dail White
      Dail White

      dealer install: will do install if part bought through them at MSRP $599.00 and will bill for 1 1/2 hrs for down load on PP1!thanks but no thanks. don't like being ripped. still looking...

      about 4 months ago
    • Dail White
      Dail White

      does PP 1 change/add torque in Sport+ or Track mode? read that it only seemed to be noticeable in Normal mode.

      about 4 months ago
    • Dail White
      Dail White

      hi jake   dman again. think you mentioned you had the install done in los angeles. I live in ventura and cannot find someone todown load and keep my warranty. where did you have it done? any info appreciated   thanks   d

      about 4 months ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to Dail White

      Check with your loca Ford dealership, I haven’t had this modification done to my car

      about 4 months ago
    • Dail White
      Dail White

      glad to see someone else posting the info from Motoiq. lot of hype confusing people...about these packs. if anyone noticed,Billy Johnson was involved in the testing/article. he's one of Ford's ace drivers in Mustangs as well as now driving Ford GTsin Europe. a hands on , no nonsense individual who mentioned the PP 1 as best bang for the buck in another article. all threeserve a purpose. PP3 especially aimed at top-end  WOT...racing, with pp1 being my choice for the street as well. as for the Shelby CAI and throttle body in PP2...don't see enough gain compared to a Performance Pack, Premium GT with PP1 and light wheels toggled to Sport+ or Track. pretty "quick"!   thanks for your video   dman

      about 4 months ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to Dail White

      DmanThanks for watching!

      about 4 months ago
    • Bit Poppa
      Bit Poppa

      They need to TA at the strip

      about 8 months ago
    • Reallystockmustang
      Reallystockmustang

      Nice video btw I want to see side by side strip/action.

      about 1 year ago
    • Reallystockmustang
      Reallystockmustang

      I have an cold air intake, tune and axlebackon my 2011 auto 5.0, my next is going to be the 2018 intake with lockouts my guess is after dyno tune i should have plenty to keep up then gears. Im driving the wheels off this damn thing.

      about 1 year ago
    • Scott Bedsaul
      Scott Bedsaul

      Great informative video one of the best I've seen

      about 1 year ago
    • Leviathan 5.0
      Leviathan 5.0

      For the cost of a 2018 GT, you could get 2015-17 with low miles (>20k) between $25-30k and use the extra $10-$20k you'd save get a complete Hellion twin turbo kit or a S/C kit with all the supporting mods and have a 750+ whp monster. I know because i bought a no accident, 1owner 2016 Mustang GT Premium w/Performance Pack with 20k miles and fully optioned, for less than $28k. The guy i bought it from paid over $45k new and still owed over $35k on the car. But, like most ppl, he HAD to have a 2018 and now the cost of the 2018 compiled with the loss he took on my 2016, will be well over $60k! And that's If he buys the base model. The 2018, if optioned the same and bought the fully loaded premium with performance pack, would cost around $60k depending where you buy it.

      about 1 year ago
    • Scott Bedsaul
      Scott Bedsaul In reply to Leviathan 5.0

      Laviathan _5.0 you got that right man that's crazy I bought a 17 with 1900 miles on it 33 Grand premium performance package car

      about 1 year ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to Leviathan 5.0

      You get it

      about 1 year ago
    • Tony Dang
      Tony Dang

      I got the PP2 for $625 plus free shipping.

      about 1 year ago
    • Tony Dang
      Tony Dang In reply to Tony Dang

      kimboluvznathan I got it from trueblueracingparts.com. I think it’s a Ford Dealer in Boyertown, PA. It’s on sale right now for $603.25.

      about 1 year ago
    • Kimberly Merida
      Kimberly Merida In reply to Tony Dang

      Tony Dang where did u get it so cheap?

      about 1 year ago
    • Ron W
      Ron W

      Best bang for the buck? I went with the FRPP resonator delete x-pipe, Roush mufflers, and PP1. The car is an obnoxiously fun and quick GT for less than $1k since I got my parts at cost.

      about 1 year ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to Ron W

      Ronald Weaver heck yeah, gotta love value

      about 1 year ago
    • Rican Stang
      Rican Stang

      Wait for the 2020. That's what I'm going to do. Yeah. The 2018 is showing some good numbers but I'm 100% sure. The 2020 S650 would be 10 times better. Only 2 and 1/2 years.

      about 1 year ago
    • NEPTUNE117
      NEPTUNE117 In reply to Rican Stang

      lmao i know right. only thing i would trade my GT PP for is a GT350

      about 6 months ago
    • ShaunTV
      ShaunTV In reply to Rican Stang

      Wait till 2020, then the 2023 refresh will be better, then the 2026 will be better yet , etc etc

      about 1 year ago
    • iMiguelAOG
      iMiguelAOG In reply to Rican Stang

      William Roman what if I'm looking to get one by next year?

      about 1 year ago
    • RB25luvGT35R
      RB25luvGT35R

      100 shot dry

      about 1 year ago
    • Aldo Lizalde
      Aldo Lizalde

      Cold air intake, exhaust, intake manifold, and a NOS tank

      about 1 year ago
    • Juan. Lega
      Juan. Lega

      Best thing to do, is keep your car and throw in a whipple supercharger. You will be good to go for the next 10 years. No way ford will come out with a mustang in the next decade that has 750 hp.

      about 1 year ago
    • Juan. Lega
      Juan. Lega In reply to Juan. Lega

      Gian Paolo Fraser it will be something supercharged so it can compete with the Camaro zl1. The question is weather Ford will use the 5.0 coyote or the 5.2 voodoo to accomplish it. The muscle car war it's definitely alive and kicking, good time to be an automotive enthusiast.

      about 1 year ago
    • Gian Paolo Fraser
      Gian Paolo Fraser In reply to Juan. Lega

      Juan. Lega the Ford GT is a supercar track beast...what Ford needs now is a drag strip beast that competes with the demon. Lets see what shelby/svt come up with...

      about 1 year ago
    • Juan. Lega
      Juan. Lega In reply to Juan. Lega

      Gian Paolo Fraser I don't think so. Ford is not going to give a mustang more hp than they gave the Ford GT "crown of Ford" nonetheless, if the gt500 comes out, it is going to be a beast!

      about 1 year ago
    • Gian Paolo Fraser
      Gian Paolo Fraser In reply to Juan. Lega

      Juan. Lega dunno...if gt500 comes out next year it should at least have 750hp

      about 1 year ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to Juan. Lega

      Juan. Lega I like this guy

      about 1 year ago
    • dry509
      dry509

      A bracket racer told me I could get a 2001-2005 Corvette and with very few mods I could beat a Mustang or Camaro for less money? Less weight, etc..

      about 1 year ago
    • Bit Poppa
      Bit Poppa In reply to dry509

      Still have weak heads on the Corvette so down the line hard part failure will absorb the upgrade cost

      about 8 months ago
    • Steven Hatfield
      Steven Hatfield In reply to dry509

      This is absolutely the case. I got my butt kicked by a C5 with CAI + headers + cam. The guy has $22k into the car (including purchase price!) and was pulling away fast from my 15 GT PP + CAI + Catback + Tune. I'm upgrading the intake manifold to a 2018 on Thursday and I'll be putting in headers later this year... then I *might* be able to keep up with that bad ass C5... for twice as much $$$!

      about 9 months ago
    • Alfred Hernandez
      Alfred Hernandez In reply to dry509

      Definitely, the C5 with a cam and a good shot of nitrous is a low 11 second car all day, no problem.

      about 1 year ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to dry509

      +dry509 auto, yes, just add nitrous 😳

      about 1 year ago
    • dry509
      dry509

      Do you have manual or auto?

      about 1 year ago
    • kidamer E
      kidamer E

      im still trying in all the youtube videos and forums to find a 1/4 mi time with the power pack 3 installed and cant find anything

      about 1 year ago
    • kidamer E
      kidamer E In reply to kidamer E

      exactly work your magic make that happen .lol

      about 1 year ago
    • Jake Tiesler
      Jake Tiesler In reply to kidamer E

      kidamer E yeah, that would be cool to compare drag times from the power pack 3 vs 2018

      about 1 year ago