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Discussion in '2020+ Shelby GT500 Mustang' started by biminiLX, Jun 5, 2017.
4 55 on the gt dash ended up at 460
7 55 on the gt500 ended up at 760hp.
Car probably make 675whp easy, and runs I’m guessing [email protected]+ very consistently at average tracks.
It probably has a [email protected] in a mineshaft
actually seems legit, somehow I previously missed the odo readings too
I made a few posts yesterday on that basis assuming 760hp. The force was unusually strong in my conjecture meter, I’ve been stoked and bragging about it all day on this site haha
I'm going to wait to post again until #6000. This thread started in June 2017.
Golf clap for you. I am stoked about the specs in this.
I’d like to take this moment to thank....
I saw that lol, I was just blindly following DBK's words that insisted it was meaningless.
It wasn’t right, so it was meaningless right?
I think it was ford saying they know the Chevy bogey. 455 is the 6.2’s (lt1?) power, 755 is the big dog sc 6.2’s power (lq9?)
Now that dodge is 2nd place in sales, I think Ford will start trying to handle their efforts too.
Well, his opinion of it being meaningless was wrong unless that was the worlds biggest coincindence.
And yet a lot of dodge guys think the GT500 is a fail. Meanwhile you can buy REs off the lot for 10% discount.
Saw one today at a car show. Even nicer in person
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I’m most partial to that wing personally
Did you pick up on the 289 miles to E?
The displays are from an 10 spd Mustang GT, not a GT500.
The 289mi to empty does not represent the GT500. I wish it did.
Did you notice the fuel gauge, 3/4 tank, 24 mpg?
The top one there was a GT500 teaser though
Which is odd because if you look at the redline rpm, the top is only to 6500 and we know it is going to 7500. So to me these pictures as of now look should not apply to anything.