CALLING 2020 GT500 Owners. What’s your best 0-60.

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You are right, post counts don't definatively mean anything. But it may reflect the lack of knowledge about common problems with s550 production such as fit and finish, bumper sag, as well as some QA concerns. My observations were through experience having taken delivery of many FP vehicles over the years..... it seems to me some of the newbs just dont know or compare the experience to other cars. You all think I'm trolling.... I'm just stating fact. I do expect QA issues when I take delivery of my 500 CFTP. I had issues with my AG R. I had issues with my TY R. Likewise with my base OW R. Did you see me bitch and whine? No. I got it fixed.

Nighty night buckaroo
Can't speak for others, but I've had quite a few mustangs. Not a newb as you say. So it doesn't reflect a damn thing... just a moment of you beating your chest over post counts, buckaroo. Thats what all of this came down to, post count. I dont think you're trolling at all. I think you are acting out for some reason





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I haven’t timed my 0-60, but I have put it in Sport Mode with Track Exhaust setting and smoked several Challengers, Chargers and Camaros with a Joker sized smile on my face from a stop light.
 

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Can't speak for others, but I've had quite a few mustangs. Not a newb as you say. So it doesn't reflect a damn thing... just a moment of you beating your chest over post counts, buckaroo. Thats what all of this came down to, post count. I dont think you're trolling at all. I think you are acting out for some reason
I thought you were going to bed.
 

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At least it’s getting close. Hopefully you get it soon Tom.
Actually, I just re read the email. It says paint started on the 21st? I dont know..... its gonna be what its gonna be. Thanks for the kind words Keller.
 

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Sooooo...anyone want to talk about GT500 0-60 times? Useless or not, I'm curious how they do in the real world, rather than fantasy journalist land.
 

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Also the OP of this thread does not have a GT500 and has little to no interest in acquiring one.
However I think it is interesting to get people’s best 0-60 times.

I think my best is 4.7 in my 2017 Mustang GT
It will do 4.9 easy all day long on the street.

A long way from 3.3 though.
 
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Sooooo...anyone want to talk about GT500 0-60 times? Useless or not, I'm curious how they do in the real world, rather than fantasy journalist land.
how about it lol, this is not what I was expecting. I know I am the red headed stepchild on this forum but come on guys why ruin every thread I start.
 

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Sooooo...anyone want to talk about GT500 0-60 times? Useless or not, I'm curious how they do in the real world, rather than fantasy journalist land.
Fact is most people can’t drive. Like at all.
You should be able to do low 4s in the GT500 without even trying.
In the GT500 Do NOT use launch control on the street unless you just want to lose/fail
Launch control is for where you can actually hook up.
 

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Wait, I have a recurring hangnail that has heretofore been incurable. Mini prybar, heat gun, hot coals, lasers and shit - they all failed miserably. I'm considering the nuclear option. Somebody please convince me otherwise.
 
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Wait, I have a recurring hangnail that has heretofore been incurable. Mini prybar, heat gun, hot coals, lasers and shit - they all failed miserably. I'm considering the nuclear option. Somebody please convince me otherwise.
I’m sorry but this does nothing for anyone but you, and Is a waste of a legitimate thread topic.

If you have something useful to comment please do.
 

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Wait, I have a recurring hangnail that has heretofore been incurable. Mini prybar, heat gun, hot coals, lasers and shit - they all failed miserably. I'm considering the nuclear option. Somebody please convince me otherwise.
You know.... I went to bed last night and I guess I had chipped my big toe nail on the peak. Everytime I turned over, my toenail got caught on the sheet. You know that feeling? Anyway, it kept me up all night....

Maybe that's why my patience for (explictives) is so thin tonight.

I cut my toe nail tonight, so maybe, just maybe, I will be a little more sensitive and appreciative of my fellow (explictive) forum members who sometimes don't get the big picture.
 

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