The "what things weigh thread."

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  1. Trent W

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    Earlier in the thread I posted my aluminum ones I made that were only 4lbs. you can't just remove them completely since they actually hold your front fascia and back bumper on. you remove it and fenders will start falling of. 20151003_205142.jpg
     
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    For one, maybe two HPDE's I ran my s2000 with negligible front bumper mass. It did seem to make a difference, but that might have been a sum of more than the lack of parts :)
     
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    From my 2016 Ecoboost using the UPS Scale at work:

    34.32 LBS = S550 Factory 18" Temporary Spare (Maxis T155/60R18 107M tire on aluminum wheel).
    6.16 LBS = Jack, Handle & Mounting Hardware
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    40.48 LBS. total

    I have no clue what the std. Air Pump weighs (you should subtract this weight from above if you want to know what the Temp Spare option adds to vehicle weight).

    Doug
     
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    The unfortunate thing about those bumpers is the fact they are , legally, race only. If you get into an accident and the auto shop or whatever sees those they're legally obligated to report it and your ass is in a world of trouble with insurance, etc.
     
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    Anyone know what the size and weight are for GT CS wheels?
     
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    SVE GT350 wheel, 19x10.....23.9 lbs. Scale kept fluctuating between 23.8 and 24.0, my scale only reads in .2 increments. SVE2.jpg
     
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    [MENTION=18281]Mustang_Eh[/MENTION] 31-33 lbs each, give or take.
     
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    For anyone who has done rear seat deletes, is it worth it!? Any difference!?
     
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    Weight is weight! Everything counts.

    I remember seeing something like 30 lbs. The rear seatbelts being a good part of it.
     
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    Decided to Lose some weight last night out to the strip. Pulled the passenger-seat, rear seat and the spare tire cover. Pleasantly suprised what my base GT mt82 scaled out to without seats, 1/4 tank of gas and racestars. Weight is without me in the car. Only option the car has is the rear view camera. IMG_1949.jpg
     
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    And this looks like a good alternative to the Ford one that is just too expensive and the others that are available that don't look OEM. Looks like the only downside to this one is that the seat belt trim pass through pieces which are not removable from the belt unless you cut the belt or the trim piece, only come with the Ford version. Thinking maybe my band saw or a very narrow blade to carefully cut the trim piece so it can be removed from the belt and reused.

    https://lmr.com/item/LRS-R2015/mustang-rear-seat-delete-kit-15-17

    Looks to be brand new so not available just yet, but likely ordering one when they are in stock.
     
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    [MENTION=16985]RomanB[/MENTION] Nice!
     
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    Heated and cooled seats 64.5lbs.
     
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    Searched and did not find in this thread:

    Apex EC-7 18x10 Mustang rim (22.1) and Toyo Proxes RR 275/35/18 (26) = 48.1 lbs
     
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    I just did a 6r80 swap in my car and was wondering if anyone knew how much heavier it is than the mt82? I had the car to 3650 fully loaded pp car with a procharger. We did the auto swap and twins so I'm sure its a fat ass again.
     
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