Ford Releases A New Calibration Kit For Mustang EcoBoost, Bumping Torque To 390 Lb-Ft

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Ford Performance announced today a new calibration kit for 2015 and newer Mustang EcoBoost models which bumps peak power output by 25 horsepower, and peak torque by 70 lb-ft.

This means that with the new kit, the 2.3-liter engine in the Ford Mustang EcoBoost will now put out 335 horsepower at its peak, and a shocking 390 lb-ft of torque.

According to Ford, even more impressive is what the new calibration kit does for the Mustang EcoBoost’s output throughout the entire RPM range. From 2,500 to 5,000 RPM, the pony car’s turbocharged four-cylinder produces an average 40 extra horsepower and 60 extra lb-ft; from 5,500 RPM to redline, the average gains swell to 75 horsepower and 64 lb-ft. And as with the three Power Packs previously announced for the V8-propelled Ford Mustang GT, the Mustang EcoBoost’s new performance calibration kit is 50-state legal and compatible with the factory powertrain warranty.

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“Ford Performance Parts is a key part of our product strategy,” says Ford Performance Parts Manager Doug White. “Mustang is all about performance, and we know our customers look to us for performance options that are both 50-state-compliant and warranty-friendly.”

Upgrades for the Ford Mustang EcoBoost and Ford Mustang GT are available through the official Ford Performance Parts website.

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