Do a youtube search. There are dynos of the 2010GT getting closer to 330hp and there are videos of nearly stock 2010GTs doing 12.9 in the 1/4.I don't think we need a video to prove a GT stock is faster than a sixer, it was more like 2 car length lead, that is HUGE in racing!!! Find me a video of a 2010 gt vs 2007 gt stock vs stock, manual vs.manual. The 2010 has 15 more horsepower, I heard it's a little heavier, and I believe the quarter mile times are exact.:shiny:
+1 that is correct.They're both automatics. The 2011 is running 2.73 gears and I believe the GT is running 3.31s.
Because they have the new body style with out the extra power the 5.0 will have. If you like the body style and want a gt I think your gonna want the 2011. Then youve got all the things that are better than the challenger and camaro plus all that great additional power of the 5.0. That makes the 2011 an even better overall car. :bigthumbsup2010 GTs won't go down as a huge success.
I'll admit it! I love the 2011s! Although, I don't ever see myself driving a V6 Mustang I would happily take that over my stang or the 2010 GT. Assuming those are 2.73 gears in the V6 and 3.31s in the GT that 1 car length win is very significant. If the V6 had 3.31 gears it would of most likely beat that GT by a car length. Gears are HUGE, and that difference between the 2.73s and 3.31s is a BIG deal! Of course I would like to see a more credible source comparing the 2, but if that was the results I would gladly take the V6. Plus, you can't go wrong with getting 5-7 mpgs better!So, nobody wants to admit that the 2011 V6 is a pretty damn impressive car? Fine. What's the weather like there? You know, in your world.