Where is it? Official Ford release? I don't believe the tire sizes on the test and mule cars which shows 315's. That's too narrow forWe know the tire sizes, its been posted, and tirerack has them listed
Just saw the posts on tire specs. 315's are narrow for the track pack. I m hoping this is not official number or just for the regular GT500. With the increased weight and ton of torque, this car needs more than 315's in the back. ZL1 1LE has 325's, Corvette ZO6/ZR1 has 335's and Viper has 355's, in common all these cars perform beautiful on a road course. 315's were OK for the GT350R but definitely a no go for the GT500.We know the tire sizes, its been posted, and tirerack has them listed
GT500 Track Pack w/ Wide Body just like the Hellcat and problem solved lolI guess the track package could wind up with a 325 in the rear, but keep in mind, the back end is a stock S550 in terms of tire fitment, there's no way to stuff a 345/355 back there without a significant amount of tire sticking out (probably more than is even streetable-y allowed ...)
I keep confusing you two
Oh totallyGT500 Track Pack w/ Wide Body just like the Hellcat and problem solved lol
I don't understand how such a knowledgeable person such as yourself with a trained eye could make such a rookie mistake.I keep confusing you two
At least you're honest. Have you considered help?I blame it on the late nights and copious amounts of drugs and alcohol ...
Sifting through real troll, sarcasm, and legit retarded comments so far this morning, that post made me very laugh. Well doneI don't understand how such a knowledgeable person such as yourself with a trained eye could make such a rookie mistake.
Clearly his is a 2016 GT350 with the 60T track package (1 of 87). As opposed to mine, which is a 2017 GT350R 920A with equipment group 67S (1 of 19).
Furthermore, the two photos were taken at tracks that are across the country from each other.
I could go on and on, but to what end? I suggest maybe going back to the basics.
Suites and engineers are slow to adopt, and cater to a niche market, the blower and straight lines crew. Personally, I feel like a car is not complete until it sets a time at the Nür, but a lot of dragsters hate that idea, and deem it irrelevant. Even for the GT500 which is a track focused car in body and spirit. I’d love a DCT twin turbo AWD mustang... but the world isn’t fair lol.Wow, you offered a lot of useless information.
Demon is dead. You can add the redeye, but it is only good for a 1/4 or 1/2 mile run. As soon as a turn comes it's over. The C7 Z06 will be interesting, but the mere fact that we are comparing a dedicated 2 seat sports car to a 4 seat pony car is a win for Ford in my eyes. The ZLE will be the real challenge and it will be what everyone wants to see. The ZLE will lose the 1/4 mile battle, but around the track will be what everyone will talk about.I'd like to see the Redeye widebody Challenger added to the list along with the C7 Z06. Or if we're comparing halo cars, then the Demon as well.