My 2019 Mustang Shelby GT 350 (one owner w/ details)

1995COBRA-R

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I ordered the car in Jan., 2019. It arrived to my dealer on 7-3-2019.

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It's been my best car. It's a rocket with the flat-plan-crank engine. I say buy one.
 
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biminiLX

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I like my car, but damn the tramlining on roads around here....
What tires?
Might be a tire swap and/or dealer calibration change to the electronic rack?
Didn’t they but a GT500 suspension part in the ‘20 GT350s to help this?
-J
 

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Stock Michelins Sport Cup 2s. Ive read that non-track tires don’t suffer much on regular roads.

Yes, in MY20, the 350s got the 500’s steering stuff... Not sure which parts. I knew once, then too much beer.
 

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My 2019 GT350 came with Michelin Pilot Cup 2 tires.

295/35 ZR-19 (front)
305/35 ZR-19 (rear)

The Pilot Cup 2 had little threads when new. When you warm them up, they work really well.
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So, I got to get my $150 oil change in 2021. The service guy highly recommended a full rotation of the tires. I knew the idiot knew nothing. You can't rotate two sizes.

He called me later recommending a full replacement of the tires. He didn't have a clue that the Cup 2 tires had little thread when new.

Most service technicians here are not trained well by the dealerships. It's not Ford's fault that they hire idiots.
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During the servicing process, I always go look around. I was looking at a new truck.

The salesman got my name and number due to the service guys. The sales guy later sent me an email for a new F-150 truck for $81,500 + dealer fees + taxes.

I must look stupid? (don't answer)

Back not that long ago, a salesman had to know more the the buyer. Not anymore.
 

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After 8100 miles on SC 2's I swapped to MPS4S (325/30/19 rear, 305/30/19 front tire sizes) on my 18R and if your plan is to daily it more than track it then "this is the way". Very little tramline. BUT you'll sacrifice that SC 2 grip on the track.
 

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