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Discussion in '2020+ Shelby GT500 Mustang' started by Tob, Aug 17, 2019.
It looks like this picture answers the question I had about resonators on the new GT500.
It's about time that Ford showed us a view of the Snakes underbelly.
That driveshaft is going to see some heat.
Does anyone think these might be the jacking points?
Is that twister orange with black?
Oil filter and possibly oil drain access panel??
The jacking points are essentially the same as they were dating back to '05 and the S197. The filter access panel mirrors what was done for the GT350.
What has been tweaked (and you can barely see it in the above photo) is the front suspension knuckle. Of note, the exhaust dampers and crossmember weights (~13lbs) from the GT350 aren't needed on the GT500. Thankfully so, as this fatass can use all the help it can get.
The oil drain plug is about 6 inches back from your circle above the black tray. Right at the trailing edge of it.
I like the aluminum viscous damper. Is there a full video anywhere of the motor tear down?
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A picture of the oil pan showing the oil drain plug and the oil filter.
Does anyone know what the plastic plug on the side of the oil pan is for? It looks like it may be a temp sender, but it is sitting up pretty high. Maybe oil level sensor?
That fruitcake YouTube kid posted a much longer teardown video.
That would be amazing. No more second guessing my dip stick.
Also looks like they are going back to a metal drain plug.
which one... the black (purple) mamba guy?
There is some NICE hardware on this motor!
The grabber lime looked half way decent in that video
The X pipe looks restrictive. I would like to see a dyno comparison between the X and 2 straight pipes. A guy that worked on piping for train line brakes, told me, a 90* in the piping is the equiv of 6' length of pipe. Personally, I would probably not be modding the car, I think.
That race red looks amazing!!