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Discussion in 'Pics and Videos Buffet' started by GT Premi, Oct 10, 2018.
It would be interesting to see the difference if both cars had the same tires and suspension. If I was buying one I would have to go with the 10 speed.
The PP2 wheels are the best wheels put on a mustang as far as looks go. The problem is they are fricken heavy. Im sure a wheel like that from forgeline can drop 8 or more lbs per wheel. I think the pp2 wheels are close to 30lbs.
Ford being Ford, the PP2 wheels are more than likely over 30 lbs each.
Anyone notice the offset on the PP2 wheels allows them to stick out - looks horrible. Most photos you see, the front wheels are often turned so you don't notice. The fronts need at least a 1/2" more b.s. to make them right.
They are 305s without a fender flare.
They probably need all the room they can get to make it past manufacturer requirements for rubbing and what not.
So? Front sticking out looks good ? Nope. As I said and point proven, picture above has wheels turned on the pp2 car. I don't care, not buying anyways
Question is PP2 or Gt350 as a daily for me. Love the digital dash on the GT
Noticed this when I drove a PP2 car a few months ago. Ultimately decided against buying it, but I noticed right away that the wheels stuck out.
Just like the 5th gen z/28. Saw the new pp2 in person sitting next to a pp1 and thought it looked good
305's up front might cause some serious body rash
I’m digging the PP2 stance. Might be the second S550 I like. <GT350
That's a huge difference in track time.
I'd like to see a comparo with all 4 Mustang brothers; PP1 vs PP2 vs GT350 vs GT350R.
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