No, there are not artificial engine sounds on the GT.
Yes, there is a resonator tube running from the intake box to the firewall on both '15-'17, and '18-'22 models.
Yes, it can be removed and plugged if you desire.
I'm not familiar enough with Ecoboost to speak to it.
Echoing EFI, whoever...
Soundwave, because Soundwave Superior.
There is literally no correlation or connection between Mustangs and Transformers, and by extension especially not Soundwave, but he's a favorite character and the color fits nicely.
Ditch the bloated side stripes and the (in my opinion) tacky graphene fascia... and it might look alright.
But man, those side stripes have to go... Sorry to whoever it was at Shelby American who thought those were a good idea, but. No.
Yeah, I've definitely come around to the suede. Seems I was getting info from way older models with poor quality suede seats. Hopefully things work out and I can snag a CS this year.
The Katzkin stuff is nice! I think it might drive me mad knowing the door panel inserts were still cloth though...
Believe I used them to order replacement sunvisors when I was trying to remove the warning label. (Just get stickers...)
Parts came fairly quick and were well-packaged, in Ford/OEM boxes. Mind, mine were smaller clips and trim pieces alongside the visors themselves, but that should be...
As above, Lucid is only shipping the highest end, 1,111 HP Air Dream Edition right now—and only recently, at that. Lucky you to spot one.
On a more accessible ("accessible" in big quotes—$200,000 vs. $77,000 😂) level; their lowest spec Air Pure will supposedly be rated to 480hp. Assuming those...
Interesting approach. I've been thinking of raising the go pedal myself, however from what I've seen, most who do so install spacers at the pedal assembly's mount to the body, bringing the whole unit forward rather than just the pedal. Why not take that approach, Vlad Soare?
Unfortunately not yet.
I recall seeing a thread floating around somewhere here where someone had purchased them at risk to see if they'd fit, and if I recall correctly, they did fit, but needed some modification to do so. May have looked a bit wonky with the unmatched mold lines, too, mind.
I frequent a coin wash local to my work for in-between rinses if I notice I've picked up an unpleasant layer of grime in my coming and going. Much of the same as has been said above; rinse first, then wash. Top-to-bottom starting with roof, hood, trunk lid. Go around the upper half of the body...
If designed and printed right, it should hold air just fine. I've seen printed parts hold vacuum plenty of times in maker projects. Definitely would want gasket/seals to be sure everything's tight around the joins though, yes.
As Saxgod said, I'd be wary of temperature cycles—and forbidding it...
I agree lane departure may be much for normal driving, but it'd definitely be welcome in those final stretches to a rest stop during a long trip, when sleep's creeping up on you.
Personally, I don't see a reason to turn off BLIS and collision assist. Especially since, to my knowledge, BLIS is...
Well, that settles that, then—short fingers, wide hands. Ain't gonna be able to reach 🤣
I'll give it thought. Of course I'd prefer to do the work myself, but, dealing with such critical components brings some hesitance.