Does anyone have EB corner weights or total weights?

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If anyone has corner weighed their EB 550, can you share your numbers?

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If anyone has corner weighed their EB 550, can you share your numbers?

it would be much hlp.
thank you.
I've got an ecoboost PP with lightweight wheels and Recaro seats. I weigh 195.

Check corner weights off the list.
I've never seen a perfect balance without spending time adjusting coil-overs til now.
LF-1000#
RF-1000#
LR-920#
RR-920#
Granted I used a truck scale but it's good to +/- 20#. I was in the car. Wow!

I weighed the two fronts (2000) and then the whole car (3840) then the right front (1000) and then the right side (1820). I'm sure if I had then hit the left rear and then left side it would have changed, but there is no way it would change enough to discount a great corner balance set up. I spent an hour and a half balancing the e46 with coil-overs and didn't get it perfect. Disclaimer is that today was on a truck scale that isn't any more accurate than +/- 20#.

So theoretically at +/- 20 lbs, it could have been
LF-1020
RF-980
LR-900
RR-940
That would still yield a cross percentage of 51/49 which is nothing to sneeze at.
 
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Thank you.

Holy crap that's heavy!
I thought it would come in at 3450 ish w/o driver..


I've got an ecoboost PP with lightweight wheels and Recaro seats. I weigh 195.

Check corner weights off the list.
I've never seen a perfect balance without spending time adjusting coil-overs til now.
LF-1000#
RF-1000#
LR-920#
RR-920#
Granted I used a truck scale but it's good to +/- 20#. I was in the car. Wow!

I weighed the two fronts (2000) and then the whole car (3840) then the right front (1000) and then the right side (1820). I'm sure if I had then hit the left rear and then left side it would have changed, but there is no way it would change enough to discount a great corner balance set up. I spent an hour and a half balancing the e46 with coil-overs and didn't get it perfect. Disclaimer is that today was on a truck scale that isn't any more accurate than +/- 20#.

So theoretically at +/- 20 lbs, it could have been
LF-1020
RF-980
LR-900
RR-940
That would still yield a cross percentage of 51/49 which is nothing to sneeze at.
 

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My car with my current mods without anyone in it and no stuff. 3700 lbs even. That's with a full tank

Ya this car is significantly more hefty than I thought it was. I was hoping for 3500. To put it in perspective my buddy with a similar setup but a gt was only 60 lbs more than me if I remember correctly.
 
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My car with my current mods without anyone in it and no stuff. 3700 lbs even. That's with a full tank

Ya this car is significantly more hefty than I thought it was. I was hoping for 3500. To put it in perspective my buddy with a similar setup but a gt was only 60 lbs more than me if I remember correctly.
 

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I weighed my 2020 Hi-PO 2.3 liter Ecoboost that has Recaro seats, handing pack with Mag shocks and 6sp manual trans. My Ecoboost weighed 3640 ponds with full tank of gas and no driver. Do you all have manual trans ? I would like to know how an auto trans Ecoboost compares.
 

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2018 EBPP Premium A10 - Full tank of gas (100#) and me in the car (215#) = 3,940#.

48862963581_4f92e4ec20_c.jpg
2018_Mustang_Weight-Full by clair_davis, on Flickr

That's an empty / dry weight of 3,625# - she's not light. I've also added another 20# of intercooler over the nose, but that was a necessary upgrade. That still leaves a F/R weight split of 52.5% / 47.5% and I'm pretty happy with that. I just wish it was 500# lighter... This car weighs as much or more than a GT350R.

Cat scales are certified and all over the place. https://catscale.com/
 
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Wow. Thats really heavy!

Is the 20lb intercooler weight over stock, or 20lbs altogether?

I cant believe thats heavier than a gt350.....



2018 EBPP Premium A10 - Full tank of gas (100#) and me in the car (215#) = 3,940#.

48862963581_4f92e4ec20_c.jpg
2018_Mustang_Weight-Full by clair_davis, on Flickr

That's an empty / dry weight of 3,625# - she's not light. I've also added another 20# of intercooler over the nose, but that was a necessary upgrade. That still leaves a F/R weight split of 52.5% / 47.5% and I'm pretty happy with that. I just wish it was 500# lighter... This car weighs as much or more than a GT350R.

Cat scales are certified and all over the place. https://catscale.com/
 

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I weighed my 2020 Hi-PO 2.3 liter Ecoboost that has Recaro seats, handing pack with Mag shocks and 6sp manual trans. My Ecoboost weighed 3640 ponds with full tank of gas and no driver. Do you all have manual trans ? I would like to know how an auto trans Ecoboost compares.
Is this a 201a car minus the heated/cooled seats? I would be happy with 3640.
 

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Wow. Thats really heavy!

Is the 20lb intercooler weight over stock, or 20lbs altogether?

I cant believe thats heavier than a gt350.....
The intercooler weight is over stock... the ATM unit is beefy with cast aluminum tanks and easily 3x the volume of the stock unit. Much less prone to heat soak, though.

The GT350R weight I’m looking at is 3,700#, and there are a lot of weight loss features on that car. Rear seat delete, CF wheels, AL brake rotor hats and spindles... weight distribution isn’t quite as good as the EB, but power to weight is substantially better...
 
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It seems like the GT350 has more weight in the front?


The intercooler weight is over stock... the ATM unit is beefy with cast aluminum tanks and easily 3x the volume of the stock unit. Much less prone to heat soak, though.

The GT350R weight I’m looking at is 3,700#, and there are a lot of weight loss features on that car. Rear seat delete, CF wheels, AL brake rotor hats and spindles... weight distribution isn’t quite as good as the EB, but power to weight is substantially better...
 

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It seems like the GT350 has more weight in the front?
The article I was looking at was on the Steeda website: https://www.steeda.com/shelby-gt500-vs-shelby-gt350r

They show the 2020 GT350R at 3,713#, with a split of 54%F / 46%R. At that weight in those proportions, the GT350R has 2,005# on the front and my car has 2,080#. The GT350R has 1,708# on the rear and my car has 1,880# on the rear.

Now I suspect that the GT350R didn't have a driver in it and things would be nearly dead even if I got in there, but still...
 

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I've got an ecoboost PP with lightweight wheels and Recaro seats. I weigh 195.

Check corner weights off the list.
I've never seen a perfect balance without spending time adjusting coil-overs til now.
LF-1000#
RF-1000#
LR-920#
RR-920#
Granted I used a truck scale but it's good to +/- 20#. I was in the car. Wow!

I weighed the two fronts (2000) and then the whole car (3840) then the right front (1000) and then the right side (1820). I'm sure if I had then hit the left rear and then left side it would have changed, but there is no way it would change enough to discount a great corner balance set up. I spent an hour and a half balancing the e46 with coil-overs and didn't get it perfect. Disclaimer is that today was on a truck scale that isn't any more accurate than +/- 20#.

So theoretically at +/- 20 lbs, it could have been
LF-1020
RF-980
LR-900
RR-940
That would still yield a cross percentage of 51/49 which is nothing to sneeze at.

Do you have an aftermarket exhaust, back seat, and or driveshaft upgrade?
 

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I still have the back seat, stock exhaust and original driveshaft. The only things I've done to lower weight are aftermarket wheels and the Recaro seats.
 

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