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Anyone who can make buying a new car (any car) at a dealership "the most enjoyable buying experience of my life" deserves a hearty pat on the...
A win against CNN might increase his chances in the other lawsuits.
The Gen2R (2.3L) is a nice blower for a stock motor but if you are going to beef up the motor to make more HP then you might outgrow it.
Is this why the 2020 GT500 has a slipper clutch thingy behind the pulley? To act as a buffer to lessen stress on the crank?
To me, beat on means abused, such as bouncing off of the rev limiter.
Burn outs, donuts, or just showing off.
Next time I need a favor I'll remind you of this!
But who would you sue? Oh that's right, the good guys.
So which do I want, a blower upgrade or
I absolutely love love love the intake!
It transcends gaudy and slides solidly into the super cool category!
Transit GT500 Cobra
Always wondered how a different rear end ratio affects dyno power numbers.
Obviously the engine is putting out the same HP so it must be in how...
I think someone at Ford screwed up and announced the name of this thing too early. Pretty sure it was supposed to be released April first.
That looks beautiful.
Who said Mach Er-E?
He looks pretty normal to me. For California, I mean.
Listened to this gem today
It just seems to me that if this vehicle could stand on it's own merits they would give it it's own name.
I just don't get Sci Fi. It's just imaginary, story telling, someone's crazy wacky idea. It's not real, yet some of you guys will spend hour...
OK, I get that battery cars will take over more and more of the automotive lineup but Ford calling this thing a Mustang makes it look like they're...
I don't own a Mach, but if I did I'd be pretty ticked off right about now.
The wife's '05 3 valve has 265K trouble free miles and still going strong as her daily. We bought it new, hasn't been modified, abused or babied....
Then why did you start this one?
"My life is changing"
There's an understatement !
So in the future instead of a Coyote swap into a '65, we'll have a (gulp) battery swap?
The end of civilization as we know it