Open It Up!
Adam YoBnovichâ€™s GT makes great power with a JLT cold air, a Kooks exhaust, and a Pro Dyno tune
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Pro Dyno and Kooks Headers & Exhaust
You know the feeling. Just as you drive away from the dealership in your new Mustang, you are plotting the first mod. You might even have a stack of parts waiting at home to bolt on. Sometimes, however, when the car is new, you have to wait for the aftermarket to build the parts you want. In the case of Adam YoBnovich, he only had to wait a little while because Kooks Headers & Exhaust needed a 2015 Mustang with which to design its complete system for the S550.
â€œKooks contacted us looking for a customerâ€™s car so they could R&D and test out its exhaust systems for the new S550. It just so happened that Adam had contacted Pro Dyno about exhaust at just the right time!â€ Jeremy Marler of Pro Dyno explained. â€œAdam picked the car up from the dealership and drove it straight to their shop in Statesville. Kooks had his car for about a month mocking up and switching the exhausts around. When it was done, Adam picked it up and drove it down to us to get a JLT CAI installed and a custom Pro Dyno tune.â€
Clearly the fates were looking out for Adam. Sure he had to give up his new ride for a little while, but in trade he got the first Kooks exhaust system for the 2015 Mustang GT. And, by the sound of it, the wait was well worth it.
â€œWe were more than impressed! The final numbers were 445 horsepower and 390 torque. The car is one of the best sounding of the S550s weâ€™ve heard yet, and the numbers were great!,â€ Jeremy added. â€œAdam will be returning sometime in the next few weeks to switch up the X for an H, and we will throw it back on the dyno to see if there is any change in numbers!â€
You can watch the car spin the rollers on Pro Dynoâ€™s in-house Dynojet chassis dyno right here:
It is truly amazing that the latest Mustang can push rear-wheel horsepower in to the mid-400 range with nothing more than a cold-air intake, headers, a cat-back, and a custom tune. In the case of Adamâ€™s car, it not only got faster but it sounds a lot better too.
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