Look at the history of this gen Z06, it clearly has design/cooling issues. People are failing just driving it on the road.
Never understand how people here just defend everything v8 as if "yeah its a POS, but its got a v8 in it". This place is a bad as a Honda forum.
So an 80K car cant finish a track day but an $1,500 does. Whats the better car?
I'll take the car that can actually FINISH over the ones that looks good for 15min at a time. I don't care if it's an Escort, SMART car, or a moped.
Sure, but if they want to attend an occasional track day they shouldn't have an issue after 15 minutes. I can track(have tracked) a 1995 Escort GT and not have issue in the first 15 minutes even when keeping it close to red line most the time.
"The lawsuit claims that a cooling system defect can put the 2015-2017 Z06 into “limp mode” after only 15 minutes of track use."
Agreed. This felt like Wonder Woman being played just as she should be. She grew up on an island full of women generally taught that Man was over all not needed. That's part of her early personality until she learns to trust/befriend Superman/Batman. Shes strong, independent and compassionate...
All the issues I had were with editing:
* She sets beer down on far left, cut then its back in her hand
* She picks up tank, but seems to just magically fly out of her hands, she seemed to not move to cause it to be dropped.
* She jumps really high against what we normally see as a slowly night...
Personally, I feel a Bullitt is more likely than a Mach1 The Bullitt was, basically, the GT with an intake and cat back tweak, and FR suspension. The GT with performance package is nearly that already. They would just need to toss on a FR intake, and cat back, slight ECU tweak, and some green...
Not sure how they could be surplus when intake mani aside they could have used it all for the Terminator. The pistons/rods were the same as any GT so all it would mean was one fewer parts order for those. The block/heads could have been used for SUV's or terminators. There were many cheaper...
I've been looking recently and seem to come across 2 things:
The price I like, decent milage, and few modifications, but a convertible.
The price I like, and a coupe, but either more mods, or more miles than I'd like, or both.
it seems the GT500 is the same way. Convertible seems to sell for...
In the last 2 yrs we have seen a test car that the people believe may be a Mach1 based on the hood, and a poster in a video hinting at a new Bullitt.
Do we have any reason either of these will show up for 2018? or perhaps '19?
Of course, I am. 3yrs isn't a long time when it comes to car infotainment.
I also doubt the issue is his iPhone 6, or my moms, or any of the phones I've tested with it:
Samsung S7 Edge
Brothers iPhone 5S
Sony Xperience Z5