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Discussion in 'Road Side Pub' started by inteller, Jun 19, 2005.
I thought the new cobra was gonna have a twin screw?!
You just gotta love those 2001 cobra r's :loser:
" add up to a curb weight projected in the 3850-pound range"
Man, that is one amazing machine.... :rockon:
"The 2001 SVT Mustang Cobra R comes to mind"
wow...i remember that car.
Thats what I thought too :shrug:
The 2004 Cobra's were [email protected]
I guess the weight really does limit this car.
Na not just the weight it's the drivers that do a horrible job driving these cars.
I mean look at some mags getting a 13.9 from a 2004 GTO and a couple years ago HOTROD mag got a 13.3 from a 2003 Cobra... :bash:
i'm unimpressed....i was expecting ford to keep the weight down.
its projected numbers guys..............
They test drove the mule, those numbers arent projected. (only hp numbers are right now)
A quote showing they drove it:
"The only negative dynamic comment in our notebook at the end of this brief time behind the wheel......"
It's amazing how bad these magazines are about stats and cars in general. There just there to make advertising money and put a lame ass report.
They really are bad when they test these car, especially in the 1/4 mile tests.
I mean it takes a few good pratice runs to put down a good time but it seems most (if not all) car mags. are getting times .3-.7 slower than what average people are putting down... It's just some bad driving on their part.
Re READ the article - all the #'s are ''projected"..
Aye, projected fatty.
They should have Carol Shelby see how fast he can get it to go in the 1/4.
The people building these cars are scared of them because they are so fast. My dad has heard, "Someone is gonna get hurt", at the end of the assembly line more then once...