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Is there any power difference?

Hello im new to here and enjoying all the info.I have a question I cant find any info.I have a 2016 gt base model with manual trans.I see the models where you can select like sport,track,weather and normal modes.My question is does the motor put out more horsepower and torque in some of these modes and does mine have less power since I dont even have this selector switch?

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Hello im new to here and enjoying all the info.I have a question I cant find any info.I have a 2016 gt base model with manual trans.I see the models where you can select like sport,track,weather and normal modes.My question is does the motor put out more horsepower and torque in some of these modes and does mine have less power since I dont even have this selector switch?
No. All the selector does is change throttle mapping.

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