I'll agree too that 2,000 rpm is way too low to drive in ... I never see it except when going up from 1st. Even on the highway I'm finding 6th useless on the new 18+ MT82's unless I'm up around 125 km/hr (78 mph) and above.
I must be the only one that prefers the new gearing. I always though 1st gear was way too short on my '16. You'd barely make it across the intersection in normal driving and already be at 4,000 rpm (it seems as I recall). Reminded me of those older Ferraris that would be going slow but...
If you're a track guy then yes, go Mach1. I've never had any issues with the MT82 and I'm now on my 2nd Mustang with it.
I personally prefer the Bullitt as to me it's more of a gentleman's Mustang - understated and more "mature" for us somewhat older guys. :)
I've held off on commenting on the res delete posts but I've tried it on my previous 2016 GT and agree with the OP ... the stock res is a more refined tone.
I've tried it twice on the GT with different axle-backs and each time the h-pipe came back off. It's just too unrefined (hard to explain...
Men are much more logical in their thinking and they can generally rationalize. With women, there's generally no logic and no reasoning that can be had so many times you're better off just talking to the wall.
And he says "I’m not great when it comes to electrical engineering," :)
Excellent idea. My Bullitt has the shift warning on the dash with the tone but you can't hear that at all over the exhaust so it's pretty useless for avoiding the rev limiter and keeping your eyes on the road.
Indeed it does. Whenever I park in the garage I either leave the door open completely for a couple of hours or I'll stop it a couple of feet off the ground until it's not crazy hot. Otherwise, it's a sauna in there.
I think you're being way to concerned but if no one finds a tq value, you can always put your tq wrench on and tighten it until the wrench stops clicking - adjust up obviously as you go. When it start turning and stops clicking, that's your reading.