That's super cool, one of the reasons I was shopping for a Mach 1 last year. I ended up waiting for a Dark Horse, but I was curious if they mentioned continuing the class for the Dark Horse models at all? Over at M7G we have been hearing yes and no from different sources.
Awesome! I bet you are thrilled. I have some experience with DWS06s, and I like them, but want to try the PS4S as well. I think that's what ill be replacing the Trofeos with. Share some pics when you have a chance!
Balance out is in March for MY2023 according to Ford Pro, and a dealer on M7G has shown a screen shot of March 31 being the balance out date. Take it with a grain of salt, the MY24 dates are wrong, but I have been told they are typically correct...
That is exciting, after driving my wifes AWD sporty sedan (2017 Infiniti Q50 3.0t), I want an AWD Mustang. I will probably wait and see if is offered with a v8 or hybrid before settling for a RWD GT in 2022. Hope the information comes out in early 2022 and not late 2022.
Sorry to detract from the arguing, but holy crap she is fast...wow. Thanks for the share, that is a Camaro killer in factory form. Oh damn, i forgot, it is now competing against the Corvette. Funny how that works. Good job Ford, impressive.
I wish I was this way. I NEED the tech. I'm a software engineer so I enjoy having the newest tech. The dang weight though, it's hard being a techie and a car guy.
Also a disclaimer, I'm not in the market for a GT500. I do love it though, and am in the market for a new GT and have a hard time...
I'm just curious, is the reason Ford has worries about long term cat durability because their standards are tighter, or do the cats really last longer on Dodge engines? If it is the latter, is it because of running richer or leaner or does no one know?