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Joined: Nov 2009
Update. The autoguide article posted on AFM yesterday states it's a 5.2l flat plane crank version. Word is the GT350 and GT350R can accommodate much larger tires and brakes and are meant to take on the Z28 crowd. Let's hope it doesn't have z28 pricing and availability. I'm sure it will be the fastest mustang on a track ever produced, but I don't see how it could ever beat a GT500 on a straight strip. I guess if they can get it to hook up better it could break into the sub 4 second 0 to 60 arena but the longer the race the further it'll fall behind. It won't touch a hell cat. I'm betting it'll mop the floor withm the m3 m4 cars...probably for less money.
2011 Shelby GT 500: C&L CAI, Roush GT 500 Performance axlebacks, Steeda 2.65 Supercharger pulley with idler/belt tensioner, Ford SVT Custom Racing Tune, SVT package, Glass roof, Tech package
Gone: 2011 GT/CS Black
Gone: 2010 Sterling Gray GT, Track Pack