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I am preparing to buy an 06 GT with automatic and I noticed the option of limited-slip differential for the automatics. I assume they come with the manual. Why would they do this with the automatic and are there any disadvantages to adding this option to my stang? Is there a decrease in gas mileage? I appreciate any help.
 

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A limited slip rear shouldn't affect MPG at all. The only reason I could think of to not include it standard is to save money on the base units. I got a manual, and it was included. I would highly recommend getting the limited slip. During "spirited" launches, or in icy, wet weather, you'll wish you had gotten one.
 

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Thanks Black06, I was kind of leaning toward this option. I did finally find another thread on this and it seemed to be the same thing that you said.
 

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So if you spend less getting the manual you even get Traction Lok? Sounds too good to be true.
 
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