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post #90 of (permalink) Old 10-24-2014
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Originally Posted by 908ssp View Post
Turns out the weight gain is even more exaggerated than we thought.

http://www.mustang6g.com/forums/show...2015-4997.html
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Originally Posted by dastefster View Post
this is what I have been arguing all along lol
Motor Trend sees many many cars every year. They have a long history of testing and reporting on cars - they make their living on their credibility with "car guys." I'm betting their comparisons are rather accurate. They also seem to be supported by the "straight line" performance numbers. The performance difference will likely be much greater if the Camaro - as predicted - comes in much "leaner" next year.


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