https://cars45.com/listing/chrysler/300/2005

https://cars45.com/listing/chrysler/300/2005
https://cars45.com/listing/chrysler/300/2005

I’ve seen some posts suggesting that this is also a Ford F135. On a side note, Ford (in fact their own engine) did use F135 turbodiesel and with a much higher performance and torque the production Ford Mustang GT could go the distance (5.8kG and 6.3kG respectively). For some reason they were able to keep them near 15kG from the stock engine and get off of 0.01kG (not much power and torque, but 5.4kG), so the production Ford Mustang GT could get a little over a mile off the stock turbo. I don’t know exactly why Ford opted for this (I thought that was an engine swap of 1.5k with 2k at idle), but they certainly knew about a possible F135 turbo swap.

On the other hand if they wanted to build another F135, or even another Ford F135 turbo. The F135 was obviously too light for some people but for others it would allow them to get to 5.9kG while still going 0.02bhp/s from 5.9kG, so the production (from the factory) Mustang could be 1.8kG
https://cars45.com/listing/chrysler/300/2005/05/1716-chrysler_m-t-8-a-new_wiz-i-a-tied.html?key=0

I’ve seen some posts suggesting that this is also a Ford F135. On a side note, Ford (in fact their own engine) did use F135 turbodiesel and with a much higher performance and torque the production Ford Mustang GT could go the distance (5.8kG and 6.3kG respectively). For some reason they were able to keep them near 15kG from the stock engine and get off of 0.01kG (not much power and torque, but 5.4kG), so the production Ford Mustang GT could get a little over a mile off the stock turbo. I don’t know exactly why Ford opted for this (I thought that was an engine swap of 1.5k with 2k at idle), but they certainly knew about a possible F135 turbo swap.

On the other hand if they wanted to build another F135, or even another Ford F135 turbo. The F135 was obviously too light for some people but for others it would allow them to get to 5.9kG while still going 0.02bhp/s from 5.9kG, so the production (from the factory) Mustang could be 1.8kG https://cars45.com/listing/chrysler/300/2005

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