|Quote, originally posted by Page7 »|
People here seem pretty excited about the GT with the track package (limited-slip differential, finally). My personal taste definitely tends towards the 370Z in this segment, but if I were actually going to buy one, I'd definitely have to check out the Mustang as well.
|Quote, originally posted by djsheijkdfj »|
|Live axle, heavy, not enough power, and it looks like someone left it out in the sun too long (Especially the rear end). The 4.6 3v is a great motor, but with the rumor mill putting a ~400hp 5.0 in the car very soon, I wouldn't buy one. I believe there is also an ecoboost V6 that will be placed in the lineup as well - that could be a very interesting car.|
All in all, for the 2010 MY, I'd take the Z over the 'Stang - unless you add the GT500 into the equation.
|Quote, originally posted by ToucheTurtle »|
Every single mustang GTs since 1967 have mechanical limit slip stock n00b
|Quote, originally posted by vwlarry »|
|I like it if only for the fact that Ford had revived their long-dead "sequential turn-signal" gimmick at the rear (of the new Mustang), that first came on sixties T-birds and Cougars. What took them so long?
Modified by vwlarry at 3:38 PM 1-7-2009
|Quote, originally posted by DoubleNaught »|
I would hit this really hard, and if it could be had with aluminum heads even harder