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This will get you started:
SPARK PLUG REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS -Ford 5.4Liter 3Valve Engine TSB 06-15-2
Higher octane gas does not make power, it only increases the threshold before detonation (if you're close to detonation to begin with), which can...
Oh snap! :rlaugh:
I have heard of so many vibration issues with newer Fords, I assumed the guy was legit.
And a "No Parking" sign. :D
$7826 for the 5.0 vs. $10100 for the supercharged and built 4.6.
Yes, good catch. I knew that in my head and typed something else. For this discussion, sales numbers tell us what is in consumer's hands and...
Here they are.....keep in mind that the '11s didn't start dropping until April and I know there were still '10s being sold well into August....
There are a few things being glossed over in these assumptions:
1) There have been only about 40k 2011 Mustangs sold (at most). They have not...
I wouldn't sweat that.
How'd it go?
Interesting......there are also people with new F150s complaining about fighting a shimmy.
You've just been handed the golden ticket. I would advise staying very calm and collected. Help them help you.:nice:
I haven't driven one yet, but I did see a post from a guy who said that he had to pop the hood on his rental Mustang to be sure it wasn't a V8....
My vote - new V6.
Correct, lots of changes, including engine modifications.
Funny, that has seemed to worked for the last 45 years.
Same tires as the performance package V6, which just kicked into production.
I ran 275/40/17 Nitto drag radials on an 8" wide rim. They looked, handled and wore normally, you'll be fine!
My opinion, I would buy a 2011 V6 before I bought a 2010 GT. I'm sure others will disagree.