My GT is definitely not limited to 135. They are limited to 155... I've been up there a few times. It'll let you go past the limiter a bit downhill so that's probably how he hit 159.Something fishy about that story. The guy says a "Mustang GT will not go over 159", The Mustang pictured is a base GT. Those are limited to 135 mph.
How did he get it to 159 w/o a tune?
Yeah - I'd be scared shitless driving next to all of that fuel. That said, whatever this guy lacks in brains, he makes up for in balls. Aye Carumba!All I can think about is the size of the fireball had that car gone up. Also the number of injuries and fatalities might have occurred had other cars been on the road with him. In this day and age, stupidity, pure stupidity.
Yep. Brock Yates called a halt to the original Cannonballs as he was concerned it was just getting too dangerous with the increase in traffic year on year.All I can think about is the size of the fireball had that car gone up. Also the number of injuries and fatalities might have occurred had other cars been on the road with him. In this day and age, stupidity, pure stupidity.
It's not just about a Cannonball Run. It's about reckless driving. Wonder why Mustang's and their owners have such a great reputation? Car's & Coffee. Stupid, dangerous reckless driving.There's always those people that have to leave some stupid ass comment about a cannonball run.
If you think it's stupid or dangerous, don't click on the thread. We don't need a lecture on if it's dangerous. Sell your mustang, buy a Prius, and give up your man card.