MACH I Member
Joined: Jul 2008
Location: Long way from home
Why would Ford be liable for warranty if you modded their vehicle? Unless they specifically state otherwise, your warranty is null and void the second you change anything with other than OE (or OE quality) parts. The computers in these cars will probably upload your data without you even knowing about it too.
Read alot of bad info here, the biggest reason for the EcoBoost 4 in the Mustang is mostly for the European market. They will continue the horsepower wars as they are making too much money doing it.
BMW/Mercedes/Ferrari/Lamborghini and the rest of the European high performance market spend more on R&D on their engines than the NA makers spend on total development. The NA manufacturers have been playing catch up and still have a ways to go. Any good small displacement currently available was R&D's in Europe, not here.
1988 Mustang LX coupe will miss you greatly
2004 Mazda 6s 5 door Sport w/5spd/3.0/RX8wheels/Kon/Eibach/and then some