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Enjoyed reading every ones comments about the latest GT500. After having bought a 2020 Ecoboost 2.3 HPP Mustang , I am of the impression that all the Ford engineers who worked on the latest design Mustang really wanted to make the best Mustangs ever. I am just blown away by how well designed and engineered the 2.3 HPP Mustang is and how well it performs. I can only imagine how impressive the GT500 is by reading all your comments. Since the Mustang is the only passenger car Ford sells in the USA , I get the feeling the Ford engineers want the Mustang to be the ultimate Mustang Ford builds so Ford will continue to have a really great car.





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Line pressure still good, just a capacity issue, much like the Shelby.
 

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As us men age, the prostrate swells. Since the urethra runs through the prostate it pinches it off making you feel as though you have to pee, or can't pee. I've had some pretty crazy surgeries done to me in my lifetime but a bladder filling test was easily the most invasive and fetish-ist like procedure I have ever done (and I've had major heart surgery too). RUN, don't walk, if your urologist suggest the test with the electric butt plug and catheter fill and drain procedure. Of all the meds I have taken in my lifetime, Myrbetriq was THE most effective solution I have ever taken. Just when you think you need your prostate to be excommunicated too. Trust me and remember that medication if the pisser is giving you fits. Ahh, the joys of getting old.
 

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As us men age, the prostrate swells. Since the urethra runs through the prostate it pinches it off making you feel as though you have to pee, or can't pee. I've had some pretty crazy surgeries done to me in my lifetime but a bladder filling test was easily the most invasive and fetish-ist like procedure I have ever done (and I've had major heart surgery too). RUN, don't walk, if your urologist suggest the test with the electric butt plug and catheter fill and drain procedure. Of all the meds I have taken in my lifetime, Myrbetriq was THE most effective solution I have ever taken. Just when you think you need your prostate to be excommunicated too. Trust me and remember that medication if the pisser is giving you fits. Ahh, the joys of getting old.
Yes, my check engine light came on 4yrs ago..
 

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<chuckling> Good one, Tob and my only wish would be holding it for eight HOURS. :-)
You need to add some frog to your diet KB.
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As us men age, the prostrate swells. Since the urethra runs through the prostate it pinches it off making you feel as though you have to pee, or can't pee. I've had some pretty crazy surgeries done to me in my lifetime but a bladder filling test was easily the most invasive and fetish-ist like procedure I have ever done (and I've had major heart surgery too). RUN, don't walk, if your urologist suggest the test with the electric butt plug and catheter fill and drain procedure. Of all the meds I have taken in my lifetime, Myrbetriq was THE most effective solution I have ever taken. Just when you think you need your prostate to be excommunicated too. Trust me and remember that medication if the pisser is giving you fits. Ahh, the joys of getting old.
Oh man, I remember that story.
 

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Chris2020Gt350: Great and informative response to my comments. I am torn between a GT500 and ZR1 (both great cars) to add to my 2019 GT350, a well balanced car with very responsive handling dynamics. At least I now have automatic and manual cars representing different characteristics - before cars of both types disappear.
 

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Chris2020Gt350: Great and informative response to my comments. I am torn between a GT500 and ZR1 (both great cars) to add to my 2019 GT350, a well balanced car with very responsive handling dynamics. At least I now have automatic and manual cars representing different characteristics - before cars of both types disappear.
I would definitely go ZR1 since you already have the three fiddy. I wouldn’t give up my Z06, even for a Shelby. Gotta have ‘em both! Went to the Corvette driving school a couple years back and man, you’ll have a whole new appreciation for Corvettes after going. Absolutely amazing cars.
 

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This is such a great writeup. As a current C7 Z06 (manual) owner, I can agree with a lot of your statements. You have me so exited to get my GT500!!! I would love to do a comparison video between the two at some point. They are definitely two of the best American sports cars ever made. in history, hands down.
 

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