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Certaintly one of the last of the 2020s. Highest number I have seen.
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2021 Ford Mustang HPP manual 6 Speed with Track Pack. Hope I’m not too late. Just want to know how many people have these. I can’t find another one in my spec.
 

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Are you saying that you have a Track Pack and it is different than the Handling Package?
 

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Are you saying that you have a Track Pack and it is different than the Handling Package?
This is what I'm trying to find out. I do have the Handling Package. Does that come with the Brembo Brakes? I have compared my window sticker with a fellow HPP owner. They say the same thing, but his car did not have the larger brake rotors and Brembo brakes. I'm just trying to learn more about my car.
 

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This is what I'm trying to find out. I do have the Handling Package. Does that come with the Brembo Brakes? I have compared my window sticker with a fellow HPP owner. They say the same thing, but his car did not have the larger brake rotors and Brembo brakes. I'm just trying to learn more about my car.
Ok, I got it now. So for the 2021 handling package it includes the 6 piston Brembo brakes? My 2020 came with the GT brakes (352x32, 46 rotors). I didn't know they changed for 21.
I also have the Track Apps.
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I have compared my window sticker with a fellow HPP owner. They say the same thing, but his car did not have the larger brake rotors and Brembo brakes.
the 2020 Handling Package did not have the 6-pot/dinner plates. Around March 2021 the Handling Package got those silent upgrades.
 

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This is what I'm trying to find out. I do have the Handling Package. Does that come with the Brembo Brakes? I have compared my window sticker with a fellow HPP owner. They say the same thing, but his car did not have the larger brake rotors and Brembo brakes. I'm just trying to learn more about my car.
Hi, I think it depends on the year. My 2020 HPP #1094 coupe has the handling pac but came with the standard GT brake package, i.e. 4 piston fronts no Brembo. Just semi metallic pads with the handling pack. . Somewhere Ford changed it to include the Brembos. Sure that was part of the price increase on the packages...ha ha !
 

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Ok, I got it now. So for the 2021 handling package it includes the 6 piston Brembo brakes? My 2020 came with the GT brakes (352x32, 46 rotors). I didn't know they changed for 21.
I also have the Track Apps.
https://media.ford.com/content/dam/fordmedia/North America/US/product/2021/mustang/2021-Mustang-Tech-Specs.pdf
I very much appreciate the information! The person I met had a 2021 Mustang HPP with the handling package but could have been an older build, or it could have been the automatic which I have heard did not come with the bigger brakes. One thing is for sure, I have no brake fade on the track.

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L is for 2020, M is for 2021 and N is for 2022, looks like 2450 2020's, 1600 2021's and 1000 2022's. so about 5000 total HPPs in three years. I wonder if there are more Shelbys?
Earlier today, I stumbled across two posts: a ‘22 M1 with #3550, and a ‘22 GT500 with #3318. I’m going to speculate that the HPP is rarer than both, based on those numbers for 22MY alone.
 

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Earlier today, I stumbled across two posts: a ‘22 M1 with #3550, and a ‘22 GT500 with #3318. I’m going to speculate that the HPP is rarer than both, based on those numbers for 22MY alone.
Rare, does not mean much, unless the demand for it is there.
Time will tell. I didn't buy mine with the thought that it might be rare and worth something decades later. I bought mine to have fun driving and less weight on the nose than the v8 .
And I have other v8 vehicles, I thought I'd try a turbo one for a change, and didn't want to be modd'n it, so the HPP was the answer over a e/b prem.
 
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Rare, does not mean much, unless the demand for it is there.
Time will tell. I didn't buy mine with the thought that it might be rare and worth something decades later. I bought mine to have fun driving and less weight on the nose than the v8 .
And I have other v8 vehicles, I thought I'd try a turbo one for a change, and didn't want to be modd'n it, so the HPP was the answer over a e/b prem.
Agree with you 100%. I bought my HPP because it’s a blast to drive. I am extremely skeptical about it ever being a future collectible (although that’s probably what people were saying in ‘84-‘86 about the SVO, so who knows). The 2011 5.0L convertible currently stored in my garage is the (hopefully) future collectible, but even then I don’t really care. I’m the original owner, and I still smile every Spring when I pull the cover off, fire up the V8, drop the roof, and hit the road! That’s what it’s all about!
 

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Built Dec 20th, 2020, if I remember correctly. Magnetic with handling package; the only thing it didn't come from the factory with was floor mats.

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It looks like the High Performance Ecoboost package has sold quite well. I wonder how many 2023 Ecoboost High performance manual transmission Mustangs will be built. As you all may know the 2023 Ecoboost Mustang will be the last year for a manual trans Ecoboost Mustang.
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