Other than it says it is for the 2018-19 models, with only a plan to expand it to the 2015-17 models.There, now we can have our cake and eat it to. It looks so appropriate and fitting for this new Mach1 . Hole in the hood ? Yep . Shakes when throttling? Yep . I wonder what the full ticket would be with bodywork and their unit??
Then they should have just made it a new Boss 302 instead of a Mach 1. At least the previous Mach 1 had a NA version of the Cobra motor.I agree with the idea that it would be great if they put a larger displacement engine in the Mach 1. However, 0.2 liters extra displacement (12 ci.) is a marketing number more than anything.
Ford probably would have charged an extra thousand dollars for every cube, too. They should do it right and make a real change to displacement. Like at least 15% (5.7 or 5.8 liters). Less than 15% seems almost worse than no change to me. Virtually all you are doing is making the engine more expensive. The juice ain't worth the squeeze.
And was still paired with a crap T-5 trans and live rear axle. Meanwhile, not only does the new Mach 1 get an upgraded engine, but also gets an upgraded variant of the Tremec from the GT350 and GT500 rear suspension components and subframeThen they should have just made it a new Boss 302 instead of a Mach 1. At least the previous Mach 1 had a NA version of the Cobra motor.
Oh, I see now. Double standard. So, the Corvette is a performance car and the Mustang is not. The Mustang is a direct competitor to the Camaro. The Camaro is listed on GM's site under the "Performance" header along with, you guessed it, the Corvette. Each trim level of the Mustang gets elements unique to that version, whether they be chassis, components or just aesthetics, just like the Corvette. When those unique items are added, the Mustang is not longer a "base" car no matter how many of these components it shares between trim levels.Correct, a Z06 is no more special than the base corvette it was built on
But once again, at least they get unique chassis development and rear bodywork changes to really differentiate it from the base model. Plus, a base Corvette is still a performance car capable of running with top-spec Mustangs, while a base Mustang is a car rich parents buy for their teenage daughter
03/04 Mach did not have a T-5And was still paired with a crap T-5 trans and live rear axle. Meanwhile, not only does the new Mach 1 get an upgraded engine, but also gets an upgraded variant of the Tremec from the GT350 and GT500 rear suspension components and subframe
Wait, is this the part where I say “wHy ArE u In A mAcH 1 FoRuM iF yOu DoNt LiKe It” just like you Shelby nerds do anytime someone damages your fragile ego?
Oh boy, here we go with the butthurt Shelby owners again
Yes, I’ve driven them. Yes, I can afford them. No, I don’t want them
you can complain about warranties all you want, but it’s a non-issue with coyotes as we’re less likely to have to use it lmao