I agree, and firmly believe that Ford missed the mark with the 24. They should have created a much better chassis... but I'm sure the bean counters were not going to let that happen.Whew she still a big girl ever at those number. A DH would need to make 571 at the crank to accelerate the same weight.
I see a couple conflicting numbers on the internet for dark horse, but these seem pretty reliable since I believe they weigh the car at the time of testing (but I may be wrong.)
Holy cow, I thought my Mach 1 was heavy but the DH is 130 lbs more according to C/D?! Sheesh.Whew she still a big girl ever at those number. A DH would need to make 571 at the crank to accelerate the same weight.
To be fair, I’ve not seen Ford call it the best NA Mustang. Highest performing NA 5.0L Mustang from factory, yes I’ve seen that. And I think the jury is still out on that based on some of the results that are out there.Apples to apples LMFAO. So if i weigh one pound less than the cuc I'm racing its then apples to oranges ? Tell ford to build a better car rather proclaiming its the best NA mustang ever.
They just released a 2024 Mustang GT vs DH with the A10.The smartest thing to do would be to get a 10A Mach1 as that's probably as close to an apples to apples comparison you could get, alternatively maybe a roll race between 10A GT's could function as well but I think the DH vs Mach1 is probably the more interesting comparison.
Alternatively seeing them run the road course with the same driver and on the same tire would be more interesting.