GT500 5.2 Supercharger Pic - Am I late to the party?

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Hmmmmm
 

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The picture of the caliper and rotor with the hand, the hub is splined and that plastic hanging down looks like a belly pan so could be AWD


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They have been using splined hubs from other cars for a while. I think the GT350 used one from a Lincoln or an Explorer.
 

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Portions of the GT350/R hub were sourced from a HD Explorer application. It was cheaper to leave them alone than to rework them when it really wasn't necessary.
 

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By buddy just bought a 350 the other day. The performance vehicle manager guy said 5.2 crossplane crank, and the 2.6 TVS.. Everything we pretty much already know.. Should be in the 750-800hp range as well.
 

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Ok, so it will have plenty of power, hopefully not too nose heavy, maybe the best suspension ever in a GT500. If they can keep the price in line with the ZL1, it may be a winner.
 

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Ok, so it will have plenty of power, hopefully not too nose heavy, maybe the best suspension ever in a GT500. If they can keep the price in line with the ZL1, it may be a winner.

It’ll be more than the ZL1, be more in demand, and people going to cry about ADMs and how Ford are a bunch of jerks to “let” it happen
 

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Portions of the GT350/R hub were sourced from a HD Explorer application. It was cheaper to leave them alone than to rework them when it really wasn't necessary.

Explorer hubs and a brake package from a 747! :eek:
 

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