No, it won't be easy, but it's easier to get hp on your car to do the job.BigDorin60 said:My friend from school owns a 2005 V6 mustang. Its automatic all stock. My 2001 is all stock also but its stick and i believe im a better driver. Were racing next week. So is it going to be an easy race?
Convertables are heavier because they have to have a bunch of extra bracing added in the doors and underneath the floor board to make up for the fact that the roof is gone. The roof is a very important structural support on a car. And even with all that extra bracing, convertables still flex more than hard tops. The 05 ragtops are about 150lbs heavier than the hardtops and the SN95 verts are over 200lbs heavier than the hardtops.KiLLeR_WoMBaT said:Why is that? Wouldn't a convertible be lighter?
I've never heard of this before. Any more info on this?kscoyote said:disconnect the computer and drive like hell for the next 6 starts. go to an onramp, accelerate quickly, pull off, turn off the car, repeat.
That will teach your computer to be a little less sluggish.
the computer has an adaptive program. Most new cars have them.mac_mogul said:I've never heard of this before. Any more info on this?